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Demi Moore looks unreal in monochrome sculptural gown at Cannes Film Festival

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Demi Moore has been absolutely *slaying* the fashion game at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Throughout the prestigious event, the 61-year-old has debuted an array of unreal fits while promoting her latest horror film, The Substance.

From her Armani Privé red sequin strapless column gown to her turquoise blue Balenciaga dress, complete with a small train, Demi has also rocked daytime chic in a black maxi dress that featured a corsage belt. And her latest look is definitely one to shout about, too…

During the closing ceremony of the 77th festival, which is fittingly held on the chic French Riveria, it was alllll about the glamour. The actor stepped onto the red carpet in the most stunning monochrome gown, which also kept to her 2024 Cannes theme of strapless dresses.

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The elegant fit featured an oversized sculptural white bow on the chest that was threaded on an angle through the black satin fabric. The pleated bodice was then cinched at the waist and separated from the sleek, pencil maxi skirt that flowed to the floor.

Alongside the statement bow, the second star of the show was the huge thigh-high split that showed off Demi’s toned, bronzed pins. The split also revealed the actor’s open-toe black, strappy stiletto heels, which added further glamour to the overall ensemble.

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Demi completed her final fit with a natural makeup look, consisting of a touch of pink blush, subtle winged eyeliner and a nude lip. She left her signature long brunette hair down, straight, and parted in the middle, and accessorised with a pair of silver droplet earrings and multiple rings.

It’s official: we are absolutely obsessed with this look.

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Sophie Williams is a Freelance Journalist and Copywriter, covering everything from Fashion to Entertainment to music, Lifestyle and Features. She has interviewed a range of musical artists and authors including Alyssa Edwards, Courtney Barnett, Confidence Man, The Vaccines, Loyle Carner, Gabrielle, and John Niven, and has written for publications like Metro, Reader’s Digest, ITV’s Woo! and Vice’s NBGA. She is also working on a book for HarperCollins about Taylor Swift, due to be published in 2024.  

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