Meanwhile, At Sundance, Thespians Act Cold

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Once again, the stars give us a master-class in looking cool — or ludicrous — in frigid temps.

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It's amazing how well people can still project their essential sartorial essence while bundled up. Exhibit A: Terrence Howard, who still manages to convey "fastidious dandy."


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Or Laura Harring, still informing us that she's one of the great, consistent bombshells of Tinseltown.


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This is odd: Anne Heche nods to ski chic...without the warmth.


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Whereas Tinsley Mortimer does the ski, without the sport.


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Sarah Paulson does the tried-and-true formula: sweater-dress and tights. Can't beat it.


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Janelle Monae, quite obviously, looks awesome.


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Whereas Aubrey O'Day, miraculously, brings Vegas to Utah.


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Susan Sarandon's favorite new accessory: the ping-pong paddle.


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Whatever, Penn Badgley. Those shoes are not snow-proof.


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Liv Tyler rocks a patterned tight, to good effect.


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Kerry Washington, warm and fab. Presumably there's a warm coat somewhere in the equation.


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Eva Green: vaguely Goth, kinda Art Nouveau, totally warm!



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