Molly Ringwald dresses up warm in a sheepskin coat at the Vogue cocktail party

Molly Ringwald, 53, wraps herself warm in a sheepskin coat and cozy orange scarf as she attends the Vogue cocktail party in New York


She is known for her glamorous performance.

But on Tuesday, Molly Ringwald, 53, opted for a much more casual look as she dressed warmly to attend the MatchesFashion X Vogue cocktail party in New York.

The actress looked cozy as she paired a beige sheepskin coat with a chunky cable knit scarf and skirt.

cozy! Molly Ringwald, 53, wrapped in a sheepskin coat and orange chunky knit scarf as she attended the Vogue cocktail party in New York on Tuesday

Molly posed for photos against the leafy backdrop with her hands in the pockets of her buttoned sheepskin coat as she battled the winter chill.

Molly layered a navy and pink tartan pleated skirt underneath with a pair of knee high brown suede boots.

The Breakfast Club star added a pop of contrasting color with a bright orange knit scarf while wearing a casual shoulder bag.

Casual: The Breakfast Club star added a pop of contrasting color with a bright orange knit scarf while wearing a casual shoulder bag

Casual: The Breakfast Club star added a pop of contrasting color with a bright orange knit scarf while wearing a casual shoulder bag

She wore her signature crimson hair in a sleek glossy bob with a center part that brushed her chin.

Molly showed off her incredible complexion as she chose a subtle eyeshadow and a rosy blush cheek.

Curated by Vogue editors, the two-day event showcased party favors and gifts for purchase by attendees.

The actress attended the opening night of the MatchesFashion X Vogue Holiday pop-up shop.

Glowing: Molly showed off her incredible complexion when she chose subtle eyeshadows and a rosy blush at the two-day event curated by Vogue editors

Glowing: Molly showed off her incredible complexion when she chose subtle eyeshadows and a rosy blush at the two-day event curated by Vogue editors

The movie star recently spoke about how issues like racism, sexism and homophobia in her famous 80s movies now make her feel uneasy.

Talk about SiriusXM With Andy Cohen in October, Ringwald explained, “My 12-year-old daughter Adele is the most awake person you’ve ever met, and I just don’t know how to go through that, you know, watching it with her and [her] say, ‘How could you do that? How can you be part of something that…’

‘There are elements in those films that I find homophobic, but on the other hand they are also about people who felt like outsiders. They speak to many people. They are complicated. I feel like that’s what makes the movies so great.”

Mother and daughter: Molly recently spoke about how issues such as racism, sexism and homophobia in her 80s movies make it difficult to watch with her daughter Adele, 12

Mother and daughter: Molly recently spoke about how issues such as racism, sexism and homophobia in her 80s movies make it difficult to watch with her daughter Adele, 12

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