Belfast Telegraph

Julianne Moore thrilled with Ralph Lauren show

Julianne Moore is thrilled she finally got to see a Ralph Lauren catwalk show.

The 53-year-old actress was front row at the legendary designer's show on Thursday. Despite being a regular at Fashion Week, it was the first time she had attended one of his events.

"I’ve never seen a Ralph show,” she revealed to WWD. "He’s my neighbour, actually. The last time I saw him and Ricky [his wife] was at John’s [Drive-In] in Montauk.”

The Non-Stop actress added it was just a matter of timing that had led her to miss the 74-year-old's shows. However, their acquaintance goes back far enough that it's unlikely Ralph will hold a grudge against Julianne.

"His son David used to be my tenant when I bought my house,” she added. “David was renting an apartment in the bottom two floors, and he stayed until we did renovations.”

For the show, Julianne dressed in a pair of loose white pants, teamed with a navy sweater and dark blue blazer.

Meanwhile, over at the Calvin Klein show, Oscar-nominated actress Rooney Mara made her only Fashion Week appearance. As the face of the brand's Downtown fragrance, Rooney has a close link with the label and loves the clothes as much as the perfumes.

"I love the simplicity of his clothes,” she said, referring to Women's Creative Director Francisco Costa. “They feel timeless. A lot of my favorite things that he’s done feel like the '90s to me, which is one of my favourite fashion decades. I like the colour palette he uses; I like the textures.”

Sarah Jessica Parker also sat front row, taking in the latest collection. The actress is synonymous with the city's fashion scene, but hasn't been able to attend as many shows this year as she would have liked.

"Typically, it’s a very busy time because we’re all back to work, and kids are back to school, and everything is shot out of a cannon,” she explained. “But, when I was invited [to Calvin Klein], I thought I could actually swing this. I’m excited.”

© Cover Media

Popular

From Belfast Telegraph