Before braving the Utah cold for the Sundance Film Festival, I decided to do a Google search of what celebrities wore around at various parties. Disappointed by the lack of present day inspiration (which was basically just a sea of frumpy coats), I decided to turn to the fashion icons of the 60’s and 70’s. Starting with one of Sundance’s earliest supporters, Robert Redford and his All-American, cowboy style. I catalogued looks from the most chic people of the time period: Jane Fonda, Steve McQueen, Jane Birkin, Cher, Lauren Hutton, Yoko and John, and even Gloria Steinem (who absolutely killed the tinted aviator glasses look). During my research, a few trends emerged: western-inspired prints and pieces, flared pants, lots of texture (leather, fur, denim, suede, corduroy, etc.), warm colors, and bold, psychedelic patterns. I collected some modern-day pieces below that would evoke the 70’s and still help you score points with any knowledgable fashionista you’d run into in Park City après-ski. You can’t go wrong with a Bella Freud turtleneck or some cheeky “For Walking” Off-White boots. A steep upgrade from covering up in that tired Canada Goose sleeping bag-disguised-as-a-jacket, n’est-ce pas?