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The Scene

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David Arquette

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Gloria Steinem

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Lea Thompson, Ethan Hawke

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Jim Gaffigan

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Olivia Munn

For 10 days in January, Park City, Utah once again played host to Hollywood for the Sundance Film Festival celebrating independent film making. Highlights included the KIA “Telluride” Supper Suite who also held the Creative Coalition Spotlight Initiative Awards dinner honoring Rachel Brosnahan, Gloria Steinem, Jim Gaffigan and Ashley Williams. A slew of screenings, opening night parties and swag suites included The EcoLuxe Lounge from Los Angeles, and wrapped up with the ongoing concert series “Live at the Montage” in Deer Valley where “Secret Stash” performed to a packed house. Photos by // Photagonist.ca

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Wilson Cruz and Wilmar Valderrama, Tim Daly

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Secret Stash “Live at Montage”

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Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita

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Demi Moore and Rumer Willis

Coming full circle, Demi Moore posed with daughter Rumer Willis in front of her iconic nude pregnant “Vanity Fair” cover image (with Rumer in utero), from the 1990s at the opening party for Vanity Fair: Hollywood Calling— the Stars, the Parties, and the Powerbrokers. The magazine is opening its famous archives for this star-studded exhibition at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Century City, which runs through July 16, and features 130 images captured by photographers from Annie Leibovitz, Helmut Newton and Herb Ritts. The evening was co-hosted by Wallis Annenberg and presented by The Ritz-Carlton. Photo by Carole Dixon 

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Michael Kaplan and Ann Foley

The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising paid tribute to the five films nominated for Oscars this year by inviting guests and the designers to a soriée for a closer look at the costume work surrounding the films from “Joker” to “JoJo Rabbit.” Photo by Alex Berliner ABImages 

 

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