Aside from her A-list acting career, Demi Moore has also been known as an age-defying career woman, with a keen flare for fashion.
And on Monday, she put all of those skills on display when she hit the 2019 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah for the world premiere of her new comedy film Corporate Animals.
Looking as youthful as ever, the 56-year old actress created a stir on the street when she went to meet up with co-stars Ed Helms, Jessica Williams, Karan Soni and director Patrick Brice at a presser.
Opting for eye-catching color, Moore stepped out in yellow and black plaid pants that hung off her slender figure loosely, and a blue sweater.
She added an amazing pink overcoat that hung off her shoulders and a pair of black heels.
The GI Jane star styled her trademark raven tresses long and flowing to where her back meets her lean waistline.
For an added touch, she donned stylish sunglasses that had a light tint, allowing her to wear them indoors.
The former Mrs. Bruce Willis eased her way down the street in the snowy town, which is located 25-miles southeast of Salt Lake City.
After the short walk, Moore arrived at The Vulture Spot at Acura Festival Village to find a number of friends and fellow-actors gathered, that included actors Jon Lithgow and Blythe Danner.
Eventually she joined her colleagues of Corporate Animals for a question-answer session with The Los Angeles Times.
The A Few Good Men star couldn’t have been more enthusiastic and joyous while in the spotlight.