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Julianne Moore’s Daughter Prefers Her Air-Brushed

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Julianne MooreJulianne Moore's daughter thinks she looks better air-brushed.

The 53-year-old actress admits Liv, 11, prefers her photographs when they've been professionally touched up as it erases the freckles she has on face and body. "Sometimes a magazine wants to see my actual skin, and other times they'll airbrush [the freckles] out. I don't care either way. [But] once my daughter [Liv] saw me on a cover where I had no freckles and said, 'That doesn't look like you at all!' And then - just like a kid - 'I like you better without them.' Thanks!" Julianne told the March issue of Redbook magazine.

The flame-haired beauty published a children's book in 2007 based on her childhood nickname, Freckleface Strawberry, in a bid to tackle the stigma attached to freckles and red hair. "When I read to children's groups, I warm up to them by asking, 'Have you ever seen anybody with as many freckles as I have?' And they all say, 'Nooo!'" she previously said.

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PHOTOS: Julianne Moore for Talbots

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Julianne Moore for Talbots

Thanks to Julianne Moore, Talbots has officially become an acceptable place to shop.

The actress may have been snubbed far too many times at the Oscars, but the woman still manages to score the best fashion gigs: the provocative Bulgari ads, Lagerfeld's Pirelli calendar, and getting called in for just about every Tom Ford project.

Naturally, Talbots jumped on her stylish reputation and hired her to sell their clothes. And sell them she does!

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Lea Michele Leads the Pink Fashion Pack at Golden Globes

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Lea Michele at the Golden Globes 2011Lea Michele led the way at this year's Golden Globes by looking stunning in pink.

The Glee actress wowed onlookers at the prestigious ceremony in Los Angeles' Beverly Hilton Hotel Sunday night in a ruffled asymmetric Oscar de la Renta gown, which showed off her figure perfectly.

Pink proved to be a popular color, with Best Actress winner Natalie Portman, Julianne Moore, Claire Danes and Megan Fox all donning a different shade. Speaking of her hot pink Alber Elbaz-Lanvin gown, Julianne - who was nominated in the Best Supporting Actress (Comedy) category - said, "Alber phoned about 15 minutes after I was nominated. He said over the phone, 'How do you feel about pink?' and I said, 'Yeah, whatever.' "

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Tom Ford Womenswear Fashion Show Unveiled

A sneak peek from Emily Blunt in Harper's Bazaar and full-length images at Vogue are simply not enough when it comes to viewing Tom Ford's Spring/Summer 2011 womenswear collection. Thankfully, the designer does have a heart enough to offer fashion hungry fans a video of his line's private show.

In the video, a handful of fashion editors stare in awe and amazement at the collection, which was modeled by an interesting mix of celebrities and models -- from Daphne Guinness and Lauren Hutton to Beyonce and Julianne Moore. Set to model Karen Elson's song, "Pretty Babies," the video's cuts flash (unfortunately) as frequently as Terry Richardson's camera. They may be quick looks of the designs, but it's definitely better than nothing!

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Julianne Moore Replaces Linda Evangelista for Talbots

Actress Julianne Moore has been named as the new face of Talbots. The 49-year-old replaces supermodel Linda Evangelista as the face of the women's clothing brand for their Spring 2011 campaign, starring in an advertising campaign and a catalogue.

"Julianne Moore. I've been dying to say those two words for two months. What I love about Julianne Moore is that she's a natural beauty-she's a true American beauty. She will make our brand feel modern, which is what the 40-ish woman is. She's effortless-an effortless beauty," Talbots chief creative officer Michael Smaldone said at his latest signing.

He also said he hopes Julianne will be less "severe" than Linda, adding, "A lot of women recognized Linda Evangelista as a woman they knew. The reaction was tremendously positive. We wanted it to be dramatic - we wanted it to turn a lot of heads, which it did. We were more severe on purpose . I think Julianne Moore will soften our look."

Julianne has previously modelled for designer Tom Ford and starred in a series of ads for fashion brand Bvlgari, where she posed naked with a handbag and lion cubs, which were banned in Venice, Italy, for being too racy. Linda's Fall/Winter 2010 campaign was used to re-launch the brand. Julianne will shoot the photos for the brand this week with photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.

Italy Deems Julianne Moore Ads Indecent

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Julianne Moore for Bulgari

For a city known for its Renaissance paintings that feature plenty of women wearing little clothing in a continent that seems to wonder why many Americans fear nudity, it may come as a shock to many that Venice, Italy has banned the above Bulgari ad, starring actress from its scheduled billboard duties.

“An advertisement showing a nude woman on a divan is not appropriate for St Mark’s Square,” Mayor Giorgio Orsoni said.

While Moore may not have clothes on, the smiling, playful lion cubs seem to diffuse the expected sexual charge of the photo. That, of course, wasn’t enough for the folks who oversee what is posted around their city…

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