Street Portraits: Sundance 2016

Every January, the Sundance Film Festival transforms the streets of Park City into a wintry runway. You see the furry boots, the puffy coats, sleek denim, and of course Sundance Skippy’s latest t-shirt. But basically, everyone’s just trying to stay warm and look good doing it.

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