Sundance Celebrity Sightings: Alessandra Ambrosio Hits the Slopes

Jan 20, 2013 2:33pm
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PARK CITY, Utah — Park City got just a little bit hotter on Saturday when Victoria’s Secret beauty Alessandra Ambrosio hit the slopes. Ambrosio stopped by Oakley and New Era’s Learn to Ride lounge before strapping on a snowboard for the first time. Later that night, she rocked out at Hyde to the tunes of Adrian Grenier’s band, The Skins.

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Other stars opted for indoor activities — Mamie Gummer, Meryl Streep’s daughter and the co-star of the Sundance film “The Lifeguard,” got her makeup done at Urban Decay’s beauty bar in the Fender lounge. Jane Seymour touched up her hair at the Keratin Complex pop up salon. Octavia Spencer copped a new Speck case for her iPhone at Variety’s Sundance studio, and also popped into the Talent Resources suite to browse through Sean Jean jackets. “Dancing With the Stars’” Karina Smirnoff  and “90210′s” Annalynne McCord  came by Talent Resources to check out Cover Girl makeup and nibble on macarons from Macaron Magnifique. Celebs also combed through the latest fashion offerings from Sears and sipped Lipton tea’s new infusions.

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But wait, we’re here for the movies, right? Saturday night’s toast of the town was “Fruitvale,” a heart-wrenching re-telling of the events leading up to the murder of Oscar Grant at a San Francisco BART station in 2009. Spencer and her co-star Michael B. Jordan gamely hugged well-wishers and fans at “Fruitvale’s” premiere party at the Grey Goose Blue Door Lounge. Later, Casey Affleck, Josh Hartnett, and none other than Tony Danza came through to party, signaling that Grey Goose was very much the boss of Saturday night’s film party circuit.

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