Having just returned from Park City and Deer Valley, the town was buzzing with this year’s festival. Now fully in the swing of Awards Season, we turn our attention to Sundance Film Festival, one of the largest independent film festivals. It is certainly one of the most fun as participants go from slopes to screens and back again. From January 22 – February 1, Park City, Utah is THE place to be for filmmakers, actors, investors, and movie buffs alike. See below for more about the Festival.
We love doing articles on the Festival, because it means putting together looks for our favorite travel category, Après Ski. As much as we love the slope side fashion, as seen in our Gorsuch Post, we adore kicking back, kicking off our ski clothes and hitting the town for movie premiers, great bars and fabulous restaurants. We went to Michael Kors and found the perfect looks for both day or night. Much of it is on SALE so buy now, before it disappears.
Screenings by Day
Michael Jors Cropped Crewneck Sweater $65 SALE / Michael Michael Kors Leopard-Print Skinny Jeans $62.50 SALE / Michael Kors Fiji Sunglasses $205 / Michael Kors Slim Runway Black Stainless Steel Watch $195 / Michael Kors Kempton Small Nylon Crossbody $88 / Michael Michael Kors Fur Earmuffs $82.50 SALE / Michael Kors Shredded Fox Fur Scarf $907 SALE / Michael Michael Kors Quilted Puffer Jacket $125 SALE / Michael Michael Kors Belted Puffer Jacket $112.50 SALE / Michael Kors Beth Hair Calf Ankle Boots $287.50 SALE
Party Into the Night
Michael Michael Kors Fur-Collar Leather Jacket $275 SALE / Michael Kors Pavé Gold-Tone Earrings $125 / Michael Kors Wren Pavé Gold-Tone Watch $375 / Michael Kors Greyson Suede Runway Boot $575 SALE / Michael Michael Kors Embroidered Fur Trimmed Wool Vest $447.50 SALE / Michael Michael Kors Cropped Fur Vest $397.50 SALE / Michael Michael Kors Studded V-Neck Tunic $112.50 SALE
About Sundance Institute
Since 1981, Sundance Institute has evolved to become an internationally-recognized nonprofit organization that actively advances the work of risk-taking storytellers worldwide. Originally founded by Robert Redford in the mountains of Sundance, Utah, Sundance Institute has always provided a space for independent artists to explore their stories free from commercial and political pressures. By providing year-round creative and financial support for the development of original stories for the screen and stage,
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