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Julia Fox Wore a Tiny Crochet Bikini Over Her Ski Suit at Sundance

That's one way to show off your favorite swimsuit in freezing temps.

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Jason Merritt / Radarpics / Shutterstock

The stars are descending on the snow-capped peaks of Utah for the 2024 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, which means Julia Fox is stepping out in her usual eyebrow-raising, eye-catching M.O. Her latest fashion flex managed to mash up some of her favorite styling techniques — like wearing teeny-tiny clothes — with a snowy weather-approved under-layer. While promoting her film Presence, the actress and muse strutted down Main Street wearing a skintight, black leotard with a little white crochet bikini over it, adding a dose of her signature sex appeal to a practical base layer.

She finished the look with wraparound Gentle Monster sunglasses, a fuzzy white coat made of faux fur, and a curved pony-hair bag from KNWLS. Another way she added practicality to the 'fit? A pair of Sorel boots instead of her usual ankle-breaking platforms and razor-thin stiletto heels. Presence teams Fox up with director Steven Soderbergh, and the cast includes Lucy Liu and This is Us's Chris Sullivan. According to a very succinct description, the film will involve a "suburban house inhabited by a mysterious entity."

<p>Jason Merritt / Radarpics / Shutterstock</p>

Jason Merritt / Radarpics / Shutterstock

Related: Julia Fox's Scarlet Leather Gown Was Literally Unraveling

Recently, Fox made headlines for a bridal-inspired look that seemed to defy gravity. While she attended a Sotheby's exhibit in New York City last week, she wore a white veil, an exposed thong, and delicate, frilly lace gloves. The skirt she added to the mix seemed to levitate around her hips, adding an optical illusion to the provocative ensemble.

Fox opened up about her approach to fashion in a recent interview, saying that she managed to curate a wardrobe through less-than-savory means but still made the looks her own with a bit of DIY.

"I never had money for clothes, so I would go to all these really nice stores on Fifth Avenue and steal gorgeous clothes. Then, I would make them my own by cutting them up," Fox told Charli XCX in an interview with Interview Magazine.

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