08.09.12 Premiere

Julianne Moore In Alexander McQueen – ‘What Maisie Knew’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Julianne Moore was her usual sophisticated self at the premiere of ‘What Maisie Knew’ during the Toronto Film Festival last night.

The actress chose a tailored Alexander McQueen dress for the red carpet.

Julianne rarely puts a style step wrong – and here she’s stayed true to form.

The neckline is a little daring for a woman of her age, but it works. As does her natural hair and make-up.

Christian Louboutin ‘T-Spiga’ T-bar pumps, Eddie Borgo earrings and McQueen clutch are also welcome additions.

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19.06.12

Julianne Moore In Jason Wu – 2012 Critics’ Choice Television Awards

Julianne Moore picked up Best Actress in a Movie for her role as Sarah Palin in ‘Game Change’ at the 2012 Critics’ Choice Television Awards, held in Beverly Hills on Monday night.

The actress opted for a simple silhouette wearing a Jason Wu black-and-white Resort 2013 dress.

Her halter dress was styled with nude Walter Steiger strappy sandals, when black would’ve been the more obvious choice, and Bulgari jewels.

Opting to sweep her glorious red hair over one shoulder, the actress completed her look with a pink lip colour.

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09.03.12

Julianne Moore In Tom Ford – ‘Game Change’ Washington Premiere

Julianne Moore’s next stop in promoting her TV movie ‘Game Change’ was Washington, DC yesterday evening.

As you know, I love redheads wearing green, but the usually failsafe formula failed on this occasion.

Miserably.

I really dislike the velvet sleeves on her Tom Ford silk cowl-neck dress.

Once again, this could’ve been a great look had it just been stripped down and presented in a more basic manner.

Julianne’s accessories included a gold Judith Leiber clutch and gold sandals.

A towering bouffant and kohl-rimmed eyes completed her look.

Do you love or loathe this look?

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08.03.12 Premiere

Julianne Moore In Lanvin – ‘Game Change’ Premiere

HBO’s ‘Game Change’ premiered in New York City last night, with Julianne Moore, who plays Sarah Palin in the movie, front and centre at the Ziegfeld Theatre.

The actress wore a Lanvin black-and-white dress custom made by Alber Elbaz.

Many of you have been cursing the Julianne Moore / Lanvin collaboration since its inception, whilst I’ve liked a few looks but this one isn’t doing anything for me, or Julianne sadly.

The look feels a bit drab, even with the inclusion of the two-tone green-and-blue Lanvin ‘Red Passion’ lacquer minaudiere.

I think the look would have worked better as a solid colour because I’m not fond of the ivory skirt.

The rest of her accessories included a gold chain Lanvin bracelet and Bugarli jewels with a chic updo and pink lip colour completing her look.

Fab or drab?

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09.02.12

Julianne Moore In Roberto Cavalli – amfAR New York Gala To Kick Off Fall 2012 Fashion Week

There are two things I don’t think I’ve ever said in the same sentence before: Roberto Cavalli and Julianne Moore.

The actress donned a Roberto Cavalli dark blue gown to the amfAR New York Gala to kick off Fall 2012 Fashion Week last night.

She didn’t opt for the ‘typical sexy’ Cavalli gown; instead she selected this long-sleeve jersey gown which fits her no-fuss style perfectly.

Matte red lips, a Bottega Veneta black intrecciato satin clutch and side-swept flame-red hair completed her look.

You can buy Julianna’s Bottega Veneta clutch from Net-A-Porter.com.

Julianne Moore In Chanel Couture – 2012 Golden Globe Awards

Julianne Moore upstaged starlets half her age at the 2012 Golden Globe Awards tonight.

The actress wore a black strapless Chanel Couture Fall 2011 gown with subtle, ruffled layers.

Her gown is hugely improved without the collar.

Julianne added a pop of colour to the look with gorgeous emerald Bulgari tassel earrings.

Her signature red hair was swept over one shoulder in true bombshell form.

Many of you who had grown tired of her wearing Lanvin. It looks like she finally listened and as a result this is one of her best ever red carpet looks to date.

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