Ageless Beauty: Julianne Moore

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Julianne Moore 2012

We take a look at the red carpet evolution of one of our favorite redheads. No missteps or awkward phases here: Julianne Moore’s style has always been as winning as her career.

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The Academy Awards, 2000

In 2000, Julianne was up for her first Best Actress Oscar (for The End of the Affair) and though she didn’t take home the award, she rocked a winning look for the event. With her hair sleekly pulled back into a low bun and her makeup minimal (save for a bold pop of red lipstick), she set the bar for future red carpet appearances.

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Screen Actors Guild Awards, 2003

Nominated for three awards (Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role and Outstanding Performance by a Cast in The Hours, and  Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Lead Role for Far From Heaven), Julianne rocked an out-of-the-box sexy style at the SAGs. She paired dewey, fresh-faced makeup and long loose curls with her plunging halter gown to balance the look.

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Venice Film Festival, 2009

For the Venice Film Festival premiere of her film “A Single Man,” Julianne donned a jade gown that perfectly complemented her fair complexion and signature red locks. The bold color choice for both her dress and her lips has become a signature for the star.

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Rome Film Festival, 2010

Julianne attended the Rome Film Festival in support of her film The Kids are Alright looking radiant in a navy blue one-shoulder gown. To give the look even more drama, her eyes, often a feature she plays down on the red carpet, are lined in dark kohl pencil and her trademark locks are pulled high and tight in a glamorous bun. 

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The Emmy Awards, 2012

The year she accepted the trophy for Outstanding Lead Actress (as Sarah Palin in Game Change), Julianne wore an outstanding yellow gown. The long sleeves and flowing silhouette were ultra-flattering, and pairing that shade with her red hair? Dare we say, it was a game changer!

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The Academy Awards, 2015

A winning year! The fifth nomination was a charm for Julianne, who took home the Best Actress statue for her performance in Still Alice. Her winning look was on-point and perfectly glamorous. From her custom-made Chanel Haute Couture gown (each sequin was hand-painted!) to her dangling diamond earrings and her sleek, low bun, this style screams “movie star.”

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