InStyle's 50 Best Dressed in Hollywood: 5 Reasons We Love Julianne Moore


We can always count on Julianne Moore to bring her fashion A-game to every single red carpet event, which is why she finds herself at No. 2 of our first-ever roundup of the 50 Best Dressed Women in Hollywood.

This year, her awards season sweep went beyond collecting trophies, as she triumphed in custom gown after custom gown. The look we'll never forget? A custom Chanel Haute Couture creation by Karl Lagerfeld that was made of 80,000 hand-sewn sequins that she chose for the 2015 Oscars. Another of our favorites? The plunging black Giorgio Armani Privé gown adorned with feathers and beads that she wore to Cannes. Not only is she a red carpet fixture, she's been a muse to Tom Ford, a campaign face for Bulgari and L'Oreal Paris, and, in her most surprising appearance yet, a guest star gambling in Chanel's Haute Couture casino show

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Watch the video above for more reasons why we love Moore's style, and to see the full list of 50 best dressed women in Hollywood (and a few of their male counterparts), pick up the November issue of InStyle, available on newsstands and for digital download Oct. 16. Plus, click ahead to see more of Moore's best red carpet moments this year.


What is it we love about Julianne Moore? Let us count the ways. She completed a hat trick on the red carpet this year, triumphing every step of the way, to winning a best actress academy award. She dazzled at the Globe's in custom Gabochi, sparkled at the Side awards in emerald Gabochi Cature. And took home the trophy at the Oscars in a custom Chanel design that was hand embroidered with 80,000 sequins. She's classic but with a touch of edge. From black St. Laurent with a sheer bib front to crimson Tom Ford with a racy bodice. Moore is unafraid to take a chance. She always brings the drama. In an embroidered Armani [UNKNOWN] dress, as dazzling as [UNKNOWN], she looks sensational with slick backed hair and bright [UNKNOWN] jewelry. She's always one step ahead of the fashion curve, carrying pop and card labels like Calpozo. She's Juliette Moore. Does anyone look more confident on the red carpet?
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