Julianne Moore

Julianne Moore: I Skipped the Mani-Cam Because 'I'm 54 Years Old ... It's Humiliating!'

Mar/11/2015 at 09:00 AM ET

For many red-carpet watchers this awards season, a big moment to cheer (and possibly the start of the #askhermore movement really taking off) was Julianne Moore spurning E!’s mani-cam at the SAG Awards. The mani-cam didn’t reappear at the Oscars, female nominees got asked in-depth questions about their roles and Moore ended up being able to put her manicure on full display when she took home an Oscar statuette of her own. Now, the star explains in April’s Harper’s Bazaar, she wasn’t trying to start a revolution — she was just being true to herself.

Julianne Moore Harper's Bazaar 2015Camilla Akrans/Harper’s BAZAAR

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Fresh Off Julianne Moore's Insanely Glam Oscars Moment, Stylist Leslie Fremar Has an Exciting New Gig

Feb/25/2015 at 09:00 AM ET

Leslie Fremar has had a very exciting year so far. The celebrity stylist was the mastermind behind Julianne Moore and Reese Witherspoon‘s awards season dresses, and now she’s partnered with Gap Factory to share some of her A-list dressing tips with you.

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Oscars 2015: The Best Red and White Dresses of the Night!

Feb/22/2015 at 10:10 PM ET

Some trends come and go on the Oscars red carpet, but there are two hues stars love that never seem to go out of style: Bold red and crisp, clean white.

Marion Cotillard, Lupita Nyong'o, Faith Hill, JuliGetty (4)

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Oscars 2015: Julianne Moore's Dress Took How Long to Make?

Feb/22/2015 at 08:30 PM ET

The answer to the above question is 927 hours. That’s right. NINE HUNDRED TWENTY-SEVEN HOURS! The Still Alice star, who is favored to take home the Best Actress statue, stunned in custom Chanel design, with some very intricate detailing.

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Oscars 2015: What the Big Nominees Should Wear

Feb/18/2015 at 10:00 AM ET

Some people make sure to see every nominated movie before the Academy Awards. Some people tune in just for the fashion. PEOPLE style editors land in both categories. Regardless, our favorite thing to do is to predict what the stars will wear on the red carpet.

And this year, we’re sharing our ultimate fashion fantasies. This means we’re hoping the night’s big nominees — Julianne Moore, Reese Witherspoon, Emma Stone, Felicity Jones and Keira Knightley — shake things up a little bit. Catch our predict-a-gown video below, and share your picks in the comments below! (Note: You can shop Catherine’s Halston Heritage dress and Jackie’s Erin by Erin Fetherston look on Rent the Runway!)

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Oscars 2015: There's Apparently a (Truly Adorable) Hair Requirement to Be a Nominee

Feb/03/2015 at 09:00 AM ET

The nominees in the Best Actress category all have something in common. That is, besides major talent, a hugely in-demand calendar, access to amazing shoes and clothes and a glamorous jet-setting lifestyle. They also all got the memo that the only hairstyle to wear to the Academy Awards nominees luncheon is a cool-girl tousled bob.

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SAG Awards 2015: You'll Never Guess Who Inspired Maggie Gyllenhaal's Dress (Plus, More Behind-the-Gown Scoop!)

Jan/26/2015 at 12:24 PM ET

A lot of prep goes into getting ready for the SAG Awards, from the juice cleanses to the spray tans. But we’re always most interested in finding out how the stars decide on exactly what to wear. And this year, they had some very unique answers for us.

Maggie Gyllenhaal SAG AwardsC Flanigan/Getty; C Flanigan/Getty; Frazer Harrison/Getty; Lester Cohen/WireImage; Frazer Harrison/Getty

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