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18.09.17 Premiere

Julianne Moore In Tom Ford – ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ London Premiere

Julianne Moore joined Halle Berry on the red carpet for the premiere of ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ in London this evening (September 18).

The actress opted to dazzle courtesy of Tom Ford.

Her stunning floor-length tile embroidered gown was designed to leave one shoulder bare before resuming with fluid silhouette.

I love how this is show-stopping while maintaining a high level of refinement. Julianne always knows how to leave us in awe without doing too much.

There was not need to add statement jewellery, but the actress did include some subtle pieces courtesy of Chopard.

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Julianne Hough In Marchesa – 2017 Emmy Awards

Julianne Hough was one of the first on the red carpet of the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 17) in LA.

Staying firmly within her girlie style, she debuted a look from the Marchesa Spring 2018 collection with this cherry-blossom-bedecked confection accessorised with Aldo heels and Forevermark Diamonds.

I love the contrast between the dainty-pink softness of the floral that whispers across the gown and the wispy black layers that portray fall’s more appropriate version of the sheer trend—one that leaves a bit more to the imagination.

This fairy-tale gown, which is so feminine without the shred of overly saccharine sweetness, was on the Red Carpet Wish List for Alison Brie.

But, were you just as happy to see Julianne wearing it?

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10.09.17 Premiere

Julianne Moore In Christian Dior – ‘Suburbicon’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

On Saturday (September 9), Julianne Moore attended the ‘Suburbicon’ Toronto Film Festival premiere and demonstrated how to transition wardrobes into the fall.

The actress wore a winter white Christian Dior coat with a subtle fit-and-flare silhouette and soft lapel. The ecru topper was contrasted by a pair of black sandals which echoed the coat’s black buttons.

While not the most head-turning or avant-garde of looks we have seen Julianne wear, it had a refreshing simplicity and allowed the masterful tailoring of the coat to take center stage.

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07.09.17

Front Row @ Tom Ford Spring 2018

Tom Ford returned to New York Fashion Week with his Spring 2018 show taking place in front of a celeb-packed front row yesterday (September 6).

Kim Kardashian: Forever the shy retiring type, the reality star wore a latex LaQuan Smith dress which I can only imagine took a team of people to help her get into it.

Russell Westbrook: The baller wore a shawl collar suit which I loved for its sharp dapper appeal, until I got to the length of the trousers.

Ansel Elgort: The ‘Baby Driver’ actor didn’t have any issues in the trouser leg department, but with that colourful shimmering Tom Ford jacket, my eyes were immediately fixed to the top part of his look anyhow.

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Julianne Moore In Louis Vuitton & Valentino Couture – ‘Suburbicon’ Venice Film Festival Photocall & Premiere

Julianne Moore joined George Clooney and Matt Damon for the ‘Suburbicon’ photocall and premiere, which took place during the 74th Annual Venice Film Festival today (September 2).

Photocall: Judging from her previous look, whimsy was the red carpet M.O. for Julianne during the photocalls for this festival. Her Louis Vutton Resort 2018 dress featuring a Kabuki-inspired embroidery added a fun, characterful element to her look. I would’ve loved a lighter sandal here.

Premiere: I have desperately been trying to find something to love about this Valentino Fall 2017 Couture look, but I failed. Yes, even with shimmering eyelash fringing and emerald Chopard jewels that complemented her layered crop, the look fell a little flat. I’m disappointed because I expected a bit more for this event. Looking at this, the best analogy I can give you to describe this look is – driving with the handbrake on.

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Julianne Moore In Prada & Valentino – Venice Film Festival & The Franca Sozzani Award

Julianne Moore arrived in Venice alongside George Clooney, who directs her latest film, ‘Suburbicon’, before receiving the inaugural Franca Sozzani Award, founded as a tribute to the late Vogue Italia editor-in-chief.

Venice Film Festival Arrival: The actress adopted a whimsical mood while wearing a Prada orgzana sleeveless Resort 2018 dress with a fluffy trim feathers for textured drama. I love how the quirky shades also add a fun twist. Julianne always seems at home during European festivals.

The Franca Sozzani Award: It may have been a wet and windy night, but Julianne created her own storm on the red carpet wearing a volcanic lava-red Valentino Fall 2017 gown styled with a heart-shaped clutch and Chopard jewels. I love the contrasting pretty floral pink underlay which engages a romantic mood. She certainly brought her A-game to Venice.

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