The Sundance Film Festival is a Blizzard of Good Coats
Jonah Hill might be a streetwear guy but his Sundance style is a little more sophisticated.
Young actor Jack Kilmer (son of Val) brought some dark Saint Laurent flavor with him to Park City.
Here’s a good example of why every sweater in your wardrobe shouldn’t be black or navy.
Stanfield and Crews went in different, equally respectable, directions with their style at the premiere of Sorry To Bother You.
Lakeith Stanfield in Ermenegildo Zegna Couture and Terry Crews in a Moncler coat and Nike joggers
Irrfan Khan out-dressed everyone in this sophisticated military-inspired coat, matching trousers, and loafers.
John Cho keeps it classic by going sailor on top, lumberjack on bottom.
Hammer leaned into the mountain-resort theme with this bold blanket coat.
Rocky’s preference for baggy fits and neck accessories is surprisingly Utah-appropriate.
Suiting up at Sundance requires knitwear and, if you have as much style as John Legend, a suit in a cozy fabric like corduroy.
John Legend in a Maison Margiela suit
Elba makes snowstorm style look good. This herringbone puffer and safety orange hat is a nice alternative to basic gray and black.
Idris Elba in a Burberry coat
What Jake Gyllenhaal’s style lacks in curveballs it makes up for in repeatable ideas. Like all black, good boots, and a post-vacation tan.
English actor Aml Ameen’s red accessories prove that a little color goes a long way, especially this time of year.
Nothing takes simple winter style up a notch like excellent, just-back-from-the-barber hair.
Nicolas Cage brought a little Vegas baby to the Salt Lake City airport.
From Paris Fashion Week to Sundance, Pattinson’s cool but understated style is never out of place.