Julianne Moore Covers Vogue Paris May 2008

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When hearing about who’s going to cover Paris Vogue May Issue, I expected a discreet but glacial-looking Julianne Moore. Because that’s her way.

After her Harper’s Bazaar appearance, I was even certain that it’s going to be a soft-looking, normal freckled redheaded modest into her forties woman. I was sooooo wrong! Not only her usually small eyes were completely changed by the makeup and her face worked wonderfully with the hair updo, but the t-shirt and the leopard-print accents were just the thing missing there to add a little pepper to the scene. Of course she had her Photoshop rejuvenating session, but nothing as sick as Gwyneth’s little wax-dippediron-figure in US Vogue.
Isn’t it refreshing to see a (even so) normal Julianne Moore? Carine, chérie, you’ve done it! Thank you Mario Testino for the charmingly warm Vogue Paris with Julianne Moore!

Julianne Moore Vogue Paris May 2008
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#1 Adriana on 04.19.08 at 10:45 am

Loves Julianne as an actress and her persona plus she is such a beautiful fellow redhead. Almost jealous…. One little point, not really a point but it is “about natural”: Julianne is freckled all over! Like me. I’ve an old very naturel looking cover photo in my workroom -years old- of her on the cover of US movie magazine Premiere. So naturel and freckled from head till toe……gorgeous!

#2 Julianne, why? Whyyyyy-y? « fashionfascista on 04.20.08 at 7:45 am

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#3 Armine Abrahamyan on 04.20.08 at 11:55 pm

I think Julianne has a great look on the cover page.


#4 SM on 04.24.08 at 2:08 pm

in this pic she looks like David Bowie

#5 Jim Dandy on 03.26.10 at 7:18 pm

So, hot! Especially in Boogie Nights. She looks like strawberry shortcake, I could just eat her up. >)

#6 Adriana on 03.27.10 at 11:13 am

@Jim Dandy: so said the man with whom I saw the film. Great film Boogie Nights. I never forget Julianna’s acting when she lost her court custody case, the desperation…..that’s a scene women do remember I assume? :)

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