Julianne attended her TimesTalks event last December 13th, and I failed uploading pictures at that time. Until today, since now you can find HQ pictures of this event, plus more HQ sized pictures of Julianne at Bulgari anniversary celebration party.
Thanks to Nathy for sending in some of this pictures. :heart:
As you may know, Julianne covered the December/January issue of OUT magazine. I added scans of it to our gallery, plus a few more scans from 2010.
Karl Lagerfeld presented the 2011 Pirelli Calendar in Moscow on Tuesday — this year’s theme being “Mythology.” According to a press release, the final package includes 36 photos total of 21 different “protagonists” — 15 female models including Erin Wasson, Natasha Poly and Lara Stone, 5 male models including Lagerfeld muse Baptiste Giabiconi and Julianne Moore. Yes, that Julianne Moore… [Source]
I really did want an actress for the wife of Zeus and for the mother of the Olympian gods. Julianne’s a beautiful woman – more matronly than the young girls under the olive trees. She’s a very dear friend. She knew she wouldn’t be running any risks with me — there wouldn’t be a parallel publication sold under the counter!
I added the first batch of pictures of Julianne attending last night the Gotham Independent Film Awards, in New York. She looks stunning wearing a Parker Double Flared Sleeve Dress, and boots. Check it:
HE MAY have entered your consciousness as the singer of one of the most famous songs of the Nineties, but Bryan Adams is now a respected photographer – and he has teamed up with Calvin Klein Collection to create a series of images for charity.
American Women 2010, shot by Adams in conjunction with Calvin Klein Collection, features stars including Julianne Moore, Renee Zellweger, Ginnifer Goodwin, Kerry Washington, Lucy Liu, Dree Hemingway, Tonne Goodman, Cynthia Nixon, Hilary Rhoda, Desiree Rogers, Katie Lee, Mamie Gummer, Brooklyn Decker, Iris Apfel, Kelly Klein, Mila Kunis, Marilyn Minter and Jerry Hall, all wearing Calvin Klein Collection by Francisco Costa.
The images for sale now and all proceeds will be donated to the NYC AIDS Fund.
Thanks to Jennifer for the heads up.