Demi Moore has always been a red carpet regular with impeccable fashion.
And the 52-year-old actress proved she’s got style worthy of the best-dressed lists once again. The mother of three stunned in a little black dress by Zac Posen when she attended the Council of Fashion Designers of America/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards on Monday in New York City.
The Ghost star styled her long locks in loose curls and looked chic in the knee-length frock that featured black lace detailing and a keyhole neckline.
Moore wore the sleeveless design beautifully, receiving compliments from daughters Rumer and Tallulah Willis on Instagram.
“Holy cow Mama is an earth angel in Zac,” Tallulah wrote while older sister Rumer had a more touching caption.
“Yep that’s my mom… she is a goddess #wce #flawless #notscaredifiagelikethis Mama you are my inspiration my icon and my role model and I love you. #no filter.”
And the designer couldn’t agree more.
“Luck be a lady!! #DemiMoore and I on our way to the #cvff #cfdaawards,” Posen wrote along with a photo of the pair.
For the first time ever, three designers were chosen as winners of the coveted title of best emerging fashion artist.
Rather than having one winner and two runner-ups, Jonathan Simkhai, Rio Uribe for streetwear Gypsy Sport, and Aurora James of footwear line Brother Vellies all received $300,000 to invest in their respective labels and a one-year mentorship with an industry veteran.