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Alexander Skarsgård and Julianne Moore play a husband and wife team in What Maisie Knew, and they adorably kept up the charade on last night’s red carpet.
Before we go any further, let’s just acknowledge that Marion Cotillard had the best look of the night. Draped in a scarlet Dior (surprise!) dress custom designed for her by Raf Simons, the Dark Knight Rises star managed to look modern, natural, and drop-dead gorgeous in one sleek fell swoop. But that isn’t to say she wasn’t given a run for her money on the evening’s red carpet.
Another day, another slew of red carpet looks.At the Accessories Council‘s ACE Awards in New York City, designers of baubles, bags, and boots mingled with those who love them — namely actresses Julianne Moore, Olivia Wilde, Katrina Bowden, and Tika Sumpter.
About $127,000 worth of jewelry has reportedly been stolen from Julianne Moore‘s home in New York City’s West Village.
Any time you have Julianne Moore (in anything), January Jones (in a complex, fashion-forward creation), and Chanel (anything Chanel!) on one red carpet, you know the best dressed list is going to be stiff competition. At tonight’s 64th Annual Emmy Awards, some of Hollywood’s most well-heeled talents stepped out in bright colors, daring cuts, and eye-catching jewels. Take a look at our best dressed nominees — and let us know if you agree.
Sure, awards were given out at the Broadcast Television Journalists Association‘s Critics’ Choice Awards in California last night. But really, the most important accolades are the ones we’re giving out for being best (and worst) dressed on the red carpet.
We admit, we’ve caught ourselves doing a double take of Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin in the ads for the upcoming HBO movie Game Change. Who would have thought the elegant red-headed siren would make such an accurate doppelganger of Alaska’s former governor? And just as Palin herself stole the show as John McCain’s running mate inthe 2008 presidential election, so too is Moore’s portrayal of Palin causing the most buzz about Game Change.
It never ceases to amaze us how an actor can mold themselves into looking and acting and being just like someone else, and Julianne Moore has done exactly for HBO‘s upcoming Sarah Palin movie Game Change.
You know how the people who play characters in movies “based on true events” never really look like the people they’re supposed to be portraying? Well we found out today that Julianne Moore was the original choice to play Hillary Clinton in The Special Relationship, Richard Loncraine‘s film about Tony Blair and Bill Clinton‘s political friendship. And when she was in full hair and makeup for the role, More looked a lot like Hillary.
On the one hand, Julianne Moore is a beautiful woman who would look good in anything. Well, almost anything. On the other, this photo of her for Talbots is pretty (everything shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott is pretty), but the dress she’s wearing in it has some members of the Styleite staff feeling less than inspired to run to the nearest Talbots store and start laying a smack down on the recession. It is cool that the campaign uses Moore’s celebrity in a really subtle way, and she’s not half as Photoshopped here as she was in those Bulgari ads. We don’t know what to think. Is the ad pretty, or just pretty boring?
Not everyone can be the best dressed — otherwise we’d have a really messed up concept of “best” wouldn’t we? But it still makes us pretty sad to see that the women who were worst dressed on The Golden Globe’s red carpet last night are normally on our best dressed lists. But there are certain crimes that we cannot forgive, like wearing the wrong dress for the occasion, or simply not living up to one’s own superstar potential. We’ve simply come to expect more from the ladies on this list. And last night, none of them delivered.
Last night’s Critics’ Choice Movie Awards saw celebs break out some fabulous duds as they walked the seriously star-studded red carpet. This awards season has us obsessing over Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis and Michelle Williams ad nauseum, but we’re also loving seasoned vets like Julianne Moore and fresh faces like Emma Stone and Elle Fanning.
We love a good behind-the-scenes video, but so often they’re super short, super edited, and devoid of any and all conversation because of some post-production soundtrack meant to make the footage look more artsy. Enter this 24 minute long look at Karl Lagerfeld‘s shoot for the 2010 Pirelli calendar, in which the models actually talk (much to Daria Werbowy‘s detriment), wander around naked, and Lagerfeld expounds on mythology, retouching, and why he included Julianne Moore.
Speculation about what a Karl Lagerfeld-shot Pirelli calendar would look like has been going on for months now. First we learned the calendar would include boys, then we heard Natasha Poly was getting in on the action and recently word spread about the calendar’s mythology theme. Well, dear readers, now we have actual photos from the calendar to share!
Last night’s Gotham Independent Film Awards brought out all of our faves — Natalie Portman, Anne Hathaway and Julianne Moore among them. So who ruled the red carpet? Let’s take a look…
There were all sorts of events last night (the Hollywood Awards Gala, the Glamour Reel Moments event, the London Film Festival), which means lots and lots of red carpet action. We’ve combed through hundreds of pictures to bring you some of the highlights. Let us know who you think stunned (and who should be shunned)!
Last night, Manhattan’s most fashionable — and those who could afford tickets — converged on Lincoln Center for Anna Wintour‘s “consumer-oriented” brainchild, Fashion’s Night Out: The Show. And while we have runway pics and photos of Pharrell and N.E.R.D.’s performance coming later, let’s take a look at who made the guest list and, more importantly, what they wore.
Julianne Moore’s advertisements for Bulgari are causing some unwanted attention overseas in Venice, where the images were deemed ‘inappropriate’ and too racy for a St. Mark’s Square billboard.