The strapless black and white dress by Balmain had beaded accents and a bustier top with feather sequins
The actress, 61, who stars in the limited series as Ann Woodward, made a grand entrance at the Museum of Modern Art in a glistening black and white dress by Balmain. The strapless number had beaded accents and a bustier top with feather sequins.
She paired the look with platform heels, as seen on her stylist Brad Goreski's Instagram. The look was paired with 18k white gold dangling earrings, bracelets and rings from Cartier. Moore wore a pink gloss and sultry eye makeup.
As far as the inspiration for the look, Goreski wrote in his post, "When the swan goes to the Black and White Ball 🦢🖤🤍 @demimoore stuns in a @balmain gown and @cartier jewels to the premiere of @feudfx styled by me!"
In September, Moore was also in the style spotlight for her all-Fendi look during Milan Fashion Week.
She wore a matching ribbed coral set — a fitted midi skirt and high-neck top — as she watched the luxury fashion house’s Spring Summer 2024 show from the front row. To complete the ensemble — styled by Goreski — Moore rocked a billowing, floor-length blue-gray coat, black heels with gold details and a matching black handbag.
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The Charlie's Angels star also wore her long, dark tresses down in a sleek middle part and finished her look with simple, glowy makeup. She accessorized with wire-rimmed glasses, a gold cuff bracelet and long, dainty drop earrings.
Moore previously chatted with PEOPLE in July 2022 about her relationship with fashion.
"I do appreciate fashion, and I have a relationship with designers who I respect and admire,” she said at the time. “But I still feel like a little kid who gets to dress up and who I am at heart is a grubby 12-year-old boy who really likes to just be comfortable and wear baggy clothes.”
The star also shared that her tried-and-true pandemic uniform was a pair of overalls.
"When I'm in Idaho, it's generally overalls all day, every day," Moore told PEOPLE. "That's as much me as wearing a super-gorgeous red carpet gown or a chic designer outfit front row at Fashion Week."
"It is a mutual exchange of style inspiration," she said of her children. "When they're being themselves, that's the most inspiring for me.”
She continued, “I saw my youngest daughter wearing this vintage Japanese silk robe out, and I looked at it and said, ‘Is that from my storage?’ And she said, ‘Yes, I liberated it.’ At the end it's going to all go to them anyway, so why not let them dip in?”
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