From the Golden Globes to the SAG Awards and the Oscars, one Best Actress nominee is a consummate red-carpet standout: Julianne Moore. “I think the fashion game has changed considerably in the last 10 years or so, we certainly have access to things we didn’t,” the Still Alice star said at the Golden Globes, where she donned a dazzling silver custom Givenchy couture gown.
And custom is the one uniting factor for all of Julianne’s spectacular red-carpet looks this season. Taking the Oscars by storm, she slipped into a one-of-a-kind Chanel work of art, a sequinned cream dream with appliquéd two-tone flowers along the neckline, waist and towards the bottom hem.
Back at the SAG Awards, Julianne was flawlessly elegant, also in custom Givenchy – a bedazzled emerald-green number paired with purple earrings and with her hair in soft waves.
So how do these custom gowns get made? Of the Golden Globes look, Julianne said, "I did say that I like feathers, and Riccardo (Tisci) sent a bunch of beautiful sketches."
With a regular spot on the top of everyone’s best-dressed lists (and a gig designing the green room backstage at the Oscars!), we’re not surprised to hear that Julianne has a hand in the details on her red-carpet parade of gorgeous, custom looks.
Julianne is up for the Best Actress Oscar for her turn as a professor with early-onset Alzheimer’s in Still Alice. With the Golden Globe, SAG Award and BAFTA already under her belt, all bets are on the flame-haired beauty for the night’s top honour.