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  • Chemise by Agent Provocateur Soirée; bra by T by Alexander Wang; earrings by Loree Rodkin

    Ohh! I’m looking more beautiful every minute!” Julianne Moore exclaims with a wink, perched on a makeup chair in a downtown Manhattan hotel room. She is joking with her longtime friends (Lori Goldstein, today’s stylist, makeup artist Elaine Offers, and hair stylist Serge Normant), and the vibe in the room seems more like a mimosa-soaked, brunch-time gossip session than a work day, as is actually the case. While the team transforms Moore from school-run mom (she arrived in yoga pants, a Vanessa Bruno shirt and boots) to drop-dead gorgeous femme fatale, they shoot the breeze. The topics: the actress’ kids (son Caleb, 16, and daughter Liv, 11); working out (Moore does yoga); and her “very small” beach house in Montauk, a surf-loving town at the easternmost tip of Long Island.

    To be in the same room as Moore is like being at the best party in town; with her quick wit and contagiously happy energy, she is great fun to be around. And why wouldn’t she be? Career-wise, 2013 was another banner year: Moore

    starred in three movies, each one different from the next (Carrie, Don Jon, and The English Teacher). She nailed a Boston accent – and showed her hilarious side – as Nancy Donovan in TV comedy 30 Rock. She also released her fourth children's book, My Mom Is a Foreigner (But Not to Me), and appeared in Reed Krakoff’s FW13 campaign. Then, in October, she was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. “It was super-fun, especially since my children could be there, and they’re old enough to really know what was happening,” Moore says. “I kept joking that I don’t need a tombstone. We all want to leave our name on something, so now that I’m on the sidewalk, I can die!”

    For the Walk of Fame ceremony, she paired a long-sleeved yellow Dolce & Gabbana dress with white

    “[Getting a Hollywood STAR] was SUPER- FUN – I don’t need a TOMBSTONE now!”

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