Julianne Moore is one of those actresses who is constantly working (if you go to her impressive IMDB page, you’ll see what we’re talking about), always performing fantastically in everything she does, but she’s not always getting the recognition for her incredible acting abilities. Now, that isn’t to say she doesn’t get any recognition at all — she received much praise for her roles in The Hours, The Big Lebowski, Hannibal, A Single Man, The Kids Are All Right, and she’s won some awards for her portrayal of Sarah Palin in Game Change.
Moore insists on keeping out of the limelight, living a normal life, and raising a family in a steady household, but you would never know it looking at this glamourous shoot for Net-a-Porter’s online magazine The Edit. Photographer Paola Kudacki shed her in a different light for this one, far from the normal life she leads, posing her as some sort of classic Hollywood femme fatale in a ’60s-era New York City flat. Sprawled out on the floor on a furry rug with one leg propped daintily on the mod white couch, her body is stretched so dramatically that you’d hardly believe this actress is only 5’3”.
Her loosely flowing red locks, dramatic cat eyes, and big, bold lashes complement her sleek looks. Stylist Lori Goldstein has dressed Moore in a beautiful long lacy gown by Vera Wang, a long-sleeved black dress by Kaufmanfranco, and lingerie pieces from L’Agent by Agent Provocateur, T by Alexander Wang, and Kiki de Montparnasse. Check out all of the looks below.
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Photos via Fashion Vertigo