One source claims the 18-year-old was actually bullied for being there -- apparently not everyone thought she earned the right to walk the shows!
The insider spilled:
Julianne Moore is sticking it to anybody who thinks women can't be damn hot and sexy in their 50s.
She's a total goddess in the latest spread for Net-A-Porter's The Edit! We can't!
The actress bares boobage and leg in dresses by Kaufmanfranco and Isabel Marant, all in her favorite color — black. And she gets extra sultry in lingerie from Kiki de Montparnasse and Agent Provocateur.
There's also plenty of fashion talk!
The 53-year-old gets the ball rolling by talking about her dear friend Tom Ford, saying:
"I don’t know that I’m his muse. I’m definitely a friend. He’s not mysterious about fashion, which I love. I don’t think it’s a mysterious business. I think it’s something that should be a lot of fun, and expressive, and obviously have some cultural relevance. It’s about who we are at that moment in time. He’s just a great, wonderfully creative and soulful person, and a really good friend.”
Then she dishes about her daughter Liv's love of fashion. She said:
"[Liv] has suddenly become very interested in fashion. She even went to Fashion Camp this summer. So I was like, ‘Liv, do you want to go (to the Reed Krakoff show)?’ We had a great time, and she met every fashion editor in the business. She loved it. She talked about the clothes as they came out – what she liked, what she would wear, what she thought would look good on me, and I said what would look good on her. It’s a great thing to share. She’s much more daring than I am, certainly with color.”
And even though she's a total style star, there's one person who's not impressed by her clothing. The actress revealed:
“My husband [director Bart Freundlich] makes fun of me a lot [about fashion]. I love clothes. I was wearing these yoga pants that have an[I Dream of Jeannie] harem element, and he was like, ‘Why do you walk to yoga? Why don’t you blink your way there?’”
She also gave some style advice for the older generation, saying:
“After a certain age, you can’t wear anything with words on it. Also, I don’t wear a lot of color because, having red hair, I carry a lot of color with me. I read a quote from an actress who said, ‘Only wearing black is like not taking chances’, and I was like, ‘I guess I don’t take chances then! I wear a lot of black!’”
Finally, the talk turned to aging, which Julianne has a very healthy attitude about. She said:
“I’d like to think that I can age as naturally as possible. I don’t want to come out condemning anything anybody does, because I think that all of these things can contribute to making people feel better about themselves, and that’s great. But I also want to look like myself. I mean, we’re not going to live forever. You could be dead at 45, and guess what? Then you don’t have to worry about aging.”
Check out the full, fabby spread in the gallery (below)!
[Image via The Edit]