The actress sat with celebrities including Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Christina Ricci and Gwendoline Christie
Demi Moore wowed in an all-Fendi look at Milan Fashion Week.
The actress, 60, wore a matching ribbed coral set — a fitted midi skirt and high-neck top — as she watched the luxury fashion house’s Spring Summer 2024 show from the front row.
To complete the ensemble — styled by Brad Goreski — Moore rocked a billowing, floor-length blue-gray coat, black heels with gold details and a matching black handbag.
Moore wore her long, dark tresses down in a sleek middle part, and finished her look with simple, glowy makeup. She accessorized with wire-rimmed glasses, a gold cuff bracelet and long, dainty, drop earrings.
During the show, she also wore light green gloves while clapping and blowing kisses at the Wednesday event, footage shared by Vogue on Instagram shows.
The Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle actress was part of a star-studded lineup in the front row of the Fendi show.
She was joined by models Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista and Amber Valletta as well as fellow actresses Christina Ricci, Gwendoline Christie, Naomi Watts, Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse.
Moore smiled, posed for photos and chatted with Christie, 44, at the show, per photos obtained by Daily Mail. Afterward, Moore posed for a photo behind-the-scenes with Valletta, Ricci, Christie and Fendi’s artistic director, Kim Jones.
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Last year, Moore chatted with PEOPLE about her relationship with fashion.
"I do appreciate fashion, and I have a relationship with designers who I respect and admire,” she said at the time. “But I still feel like a little kid who gets to dress up and who I am at heart is a grubby 12-year-old boy who really likes to just be comfortable and wear baggy clothes.”
The star also shared that her tried-and-true pandemic uniform was a pair of overalls.
"When I'm in Idaho, it's generally overalls all day, every day," Moore told PEOPLE. "That's as much me as wearing a super-gorgeous red carpet gown or a chic designer outfit front row at Fashion Week."
Moore also said that her daughters — Rumer, 35, Scout, 32, and Tallulah, 29 — are her "biggest teachers," and she looks to them for style tips.
"It is a mutual exchange of style inspiration," she said of her girls. "When they're being themselves, that's the most inspiring for me.”
She continued, “I saw my youngest daughter wearing this vintage Japanese silk robe out, and I looked at it and said, ‘Is that from my storage?’ And she said, ‘Yes, I liberated it.’ At the end it's going to all go to them anyway, so why not let them dip in?”
In the same interview, the G.I. Jane star also expressed a desire to change the “idea that women become less desirable as we get older" and said that embracing her age has been "liberating."
When asked what she looks forward to most about her 60th birthday, she said: "Not being defined by a number and instead being defined by my experience.”
“You hit 59 and you're already thinking, 'Well, I'm going to be 60.' It feels very liberating,” Moore continued. “When I think of my grandmother at 60, she in a way seemed to be already resigned to being old. But I feel, in so many ways, more alive and present than ever.”
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