Julianne Moore is 53 years old!! Seriously. We should all be so propitious to demeanour this good during any age. Julianne covers this week’s The Edit (net-a-porter.com’s in-house online magazine) and as many of The Edit’s work, this editorial is unequivocally good. Julianne looks sexy, a garments are pleasing and engaging and she’s display off some good jewelry. You can review Julianne’s talk here – she talks a lot about conform (obviously, this is a conform mag), and I’ve never satisfied before that she indeed LIKES fashion. Like, she cares about it. She cares about labels and looking cute. Which is humorous because… nonetheless we adore her, Julianne’s red runner character can be flattering bad. Anyway, some highlights:
It’s a payoff to be means to age naturally: “Hell yeah!” she most shouts. “I’d like to consider that we can age as naturally as possible. we don’t wish to come out condemning anything anybody does, since we consider that all of these things can minister to creation people feel improved about themselves, and that’s great. But we also wish to demeanour like myself. we mean, we’re not going to live forever. You could be passed during 45, and theory what? Then we don’t have to worry about aging.” Moore glances into a mirror, her mutation for a day roughly complete. “I feel like I’d like to be 90. I’d like to be 100. we might not be propitious adequate to have that happen. But, boy, I’m going to try.”
Her loyalty with Tom Ford: “When Tom creates something for you, we wear it. It was beautiful, perfect. It’s always a pleasure.” So how does it feel to be Ford’s muse? Moore chuckles. “I don’t know that I’m his muse. I’m unequivocally a friend. He’s not puzzling about fashion, that we love. we don’t consider it’s a puzzling business. we consider it’s something that should be a lot of fun, and expressive, and apparently have some informative relevance. It’s about who we are during that impulse in time. He’s only a great, splendidly artistic and soulful person, and a unequivocally good friend.”
Her daughter is into conform too: “[Liv] has unexpected turn unequivocally meddlesome in fashion,” she says. “She even went to Fashion Camp this summer. So we was like, ‘Liv, do we wish to go (to a show)?’ We had a good time, and she met each conform editor in a business. She desired it. She talked about a garments as they came out – what she liked, what she would wear, what she suspicion would demeanour good on me, and we pronounced what would demeanour good on her. It’s a good thing to share. She’s most some-more adventurous than we am, positively with color.”
Style rules: “After a certain age, we can’t wear anything with difference on it. Also, we don’t wear a lot of tone because, carrying red hair, we lift a lot of tone with me. we review a quote from an singer who said, ‘Only wearing black is like not holding chances’, and we was like, ‘I theory we don’t take chances then! we wear a lot of black!’” she says, cheering deeply.
I’ve never suspicion about it that approach – “having red hair, we lift a lot of tone with me.” we unequivocally never deliberate that suspicion for gingers. Sure, we suspicion about either gingers can and should wear red (something we don’t mind) or how it looks like Christmas when gingers wear immature (which we also like), though we never suspicion about it in terms of “my hair is so bright, that’s because we don’t wear a lot of color.”
I also adore this – “After a certain age, we can’t wear anything with difference on it.” That’s how we feel about a lot of logo-bags. Unless you’re only all about celebrated expenditure and cheering your branded clothes, because would we wish an Louis Vuitton bag that had “LV” hammered on it a million times?
As for her comments on aging… I’m certain some people will scream during me and explain that Julianne has had a ton of work, though we unequivocally don’t consider so. we consider she’s only a pleasing lady with good genes and no Botox.
Photos pleasantness of The Edit.