Julianne Moore was all smiles as she sported a long black dress at the Gowns for Good fundraiser on Saturday. The 61-year-old actress looked elegant in the sheer and ruffled frock, pairing it with a black open-toe platform shoe.

It had a modest, square neckline that mostly covered the Still Alice star’s chest. The long skirt boasted tiers that altered between rows of ruffles and see-through rows that tease her legs.

The event was held at and livestreamed from retail store Sage & Madison in Sag Harbor, New York. The sleeves of the dress were delicate and lacy, featuring a slit at the center that made them fall over either side of her shoulders.

She wore her famous red hair down, styling the locks in a center part and letting them fall over her shoulder in a loose texture.  The North Carolina–born beauty tucked the front pieces of her glossy tresses behind her ears.

Her cheeks were dusted with an airy, pink blush and she matched it to her pout, which was also swiped with the shade. Joining Julianne at the benefit  which supports the The Entertainment Community Fund as host Cameron Silver.

She accessorized with an understated pair of small gold hoop earrings and a single gold bangle. Moore’s nails were clean of nail polish and she appeared at the star-studded event with a light face of makeup.

The entrepreneur and founder of Los Angeles’ Decades boutique wore a monochrome white look. He layered a structured white blazer on top of a button-up white shirt that had a yellow flower embroidered on the front.

His look was complemented by slipping his feet into a pair of brown leather summer-ready loafers. Also in attendance at the affair was former Real Housewives of New York star Kelly Bensimon, 54.

The reality TV alum wore a two-toned slinky silk wrap dress that clung to her svelte figure.She showed off her perky cleavage in the low-cut number, which featured spaghetti straps and a ruffled hemline.

Her sandy blonde hair was styled in an imperfect center part and it fell over her chest in a beachy texture. In addition to Cameron and Kelly, Moore took time out for a photo op with Fern Mallis, 74, who was dressed in white.

The former executive director of the Council of Fashion Designers of America was clad in a loose-fitting white frock. She layered a long, multi-chain silver and gold necklace on top of her bright threads and looked chic in round eyeglasses.

Gowns for Good compiled 40 gowns once worn by prominent figures in the entertainment industry. Earnings from the auction provide financial support to bolster professionals in the entertainment indusry.

Formerly known as The Actor’s Fun, the organization creates a ‘safety net’ for ‘everyone in film, theater, television, music, opera, radio, and dance,’ according to EBTH.


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