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Demi Moore wore a black, see-through “naked dress” to Paris Fashion Week’s Saint Laurent spring/summer womenswear show.
She attended the event alongside Kate Moss, who also wore all black.
Fans loved her look.
It’s difficult to outshine the Eiffel Tower, but during Paris Fashion Week, Demi Moore did just that—without a sequin or rhinestone in sight. The Ghost actress attended the Saint Laurent womenswear spring/summer 2024 show (and sat front row, of course) wearing an incredibly chic, see-through black gown (giving a peek at her toned abs and legs) that let the fashion world know she’s in on the “naked dress” trend.
The garment was ankle-length, and featured mesh just below her chest and down that showed off her black brief underwear. The top featured strategically placed a-symmetrical draping. And as is the rule of thumb with most all-black looks, accessories were minimal: Moore wore a pair of black oversized sunglasses, black pointed-toe heels, and her signature long hair.
The 60-year-old traded her four-legged plus-one, Pilaf, who joined her at the recent Versace show, for her friend Kate Moss, who also wore an all-black outfit. Moore shared a video montage of the evening on Instagram, writing: “@YSL SS24 with @KateMossAgency 🖤 Congrats @anthonyvaccarello!”
Fans and followers adored the sultry ensemble. “You look incredible 🤩,” one person commented. “Moore and Moss is the duo we never knew we needed 🖤🖤,” another added. “Gorgeous Demi 😂💓👌,” someone else wrote.
In another post from the night, shared by her stylist, Brad Goreski, Moore posed in front of the glittering Eiffel Tower. “Eyeful Tower. ❤️,” one person commented. “Come through Demi!!!” another added. “Absolutely Stunning!! ❤️❤️🙌” someone else wrote.
After a relaxing summer, Moore is making a bold reentry to the spotlight ahead of the premiere of her latest project, Feud: Capote vs. the Swans, a Ryan Murphy period drama. The show marks Moore’s first TV role since 2020. “Demi is somebody I’ve had 10 meetings with over 20 years, begging her to play parts,” Murphy recently told Town & Country. “She always comes into the room, and you tell her what the part is, and she’s like, ‘I don’t think I’m right for that.’ So this time around I was like, ‘I’ll tell you what it is, and you’re not allowed to say anything but yes.’”
This time, the opportunity just so happened to work for Moore. “Off and on we’ve tried to do something together,” she recalled. “This time the message [Murphy] left was, ‘Tell her to get on the phone with me and don’t talk herself out of it.’ And so I thought, When we get on the phone, whatever it is, I’ll do it.”
There isn’t much information out on the show just yet, other than it’s set to premiere on FX this winter. Stay tuned for Moore.
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