August 23 2014

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Yea, Nay, Or Eh? Demi Moore, Rock Star


Demi Moore chose a minimally structured column gown from Victoria Beckham’s Fall ’10 collection for the Hollywood Domino pre-Oscars gala last night. A tricky silhouette? Not for a red-carpet pro like her. The royal blue against Demi’s dark hair is a great color combination—especially now, when the fashion world is giving a full-on embrace to once maligned blue/black mixing—but what really sells the whole look is her accessories. Against her understated dress, her stone-encrusted Bulgari clutch, which might seem busy with other outfits, really shines. Finished off with Jack Vartanian jewels and tumbling, loose curls, this is a look we want Moore of. You?



  1. complication says:

    That straight-up looks like a muumuu… and not a very flattering one at that…

  2. Fahrija says:

    I think the dress is stunning, so simple yet chic, and she perfectly accessorized with that clutch adding an extra umph.

    Very beautiful.

  3. stylaholicCreature says:

    the color is beautiful on her, and I disagree about the muumuu commment…why does a star have to wear skin-tight, body conscious clothing all the time..Demi sparkles in this dress!

  4. NotMod says:

    ‘Tricky silhouette’ indeed. It is hard to find fault with this picture, but the dress would be disappointing for The Night – or similar. Now, the cut (or lack thereof) looks like it could provide room for an interesting surface treatment on the fabric – wouldn’t expect this particular take from Beckham’s dresses of today, but who knows what the future holds…

    The choice of flamboyant clutch makes me think that the wearer was herself very aware of the challenges the dress poses, and of its precisely-defined potential as well.

    On the other hand – this makes me darn curious to see what else will this idea of a dress morph into. It reminds the pregnant moment of unfolding an exotic bolt… all that poetry of expectation, I mean.

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