Julianne Moore at The Kids Are Alright premiere. Photo: Getty Images


Julianne Moore
stole the red carpet show at New York's premiere of "The Kids Are Alright," in a custom-designed Erdem black-and-white floral gown that the actress paired with sexy smoky eyes and nude lips.

"This is not my everyday beauty look! But it's fun for a night out," the 49 year-old mom of 12 year-old son Caleb and eight year-old daughter Liv Helen tells StyleList.

Meanwhile, Mia Wasikowska, who recently graced the screen in "Alice In Wonderland," took a spin on the red carpet in a sheer and lacy Rodarte number, accented by the playfulness of a brand new pixie cut. Newcomer and "America's Next Top Model" runner-up Yaya DaCosta sported a dramatic smoky blue eye.

"I dress myself because I'm not big enough to have a stylist -- but I did get my makeup done tonight. The eyes make me feel very glamorous!" said DaCosta, who picked out a low-cut dress from Givenchy's Spring 2010 collection for the night.

But we were most smitten by Ben Hill, the new face of Calvin Klein's Eternity Aqua fragrance for men, which is made up of a summer-friendly cocktail of citrus, cucumber, water lotus, green leaves, white cedarwood, patchouli, and musk.

"It's funny, everyone is asking me for grooming tips now. I'm honestly just a T-shirt and jeans type of guy. I do take care of my skin, but I usually just use what makeup artists on shoot pass on to me. I figure they know best," the Georgia-born model told StyleList.

Ben Hill, the new face of Calvin Klein's Eternity Aqua, at the movie premiere and in the ad campaign. Courtesy Photo


And it sounds like you can expect to see a lot of provocative Eternity Aqua photos of the hottie in the weeks to come.

"The fragrance campaign was a lot of fun to work on. The inspiration was all of those sexy Christy Turlington ads," said Hill.

Coincidentally, Hill already had some nostalgic experience with Calvin Klein before signing as their new spokesmodel.

"My first fragrance ever was given to me by my Aunt -- it was Eternity. I wore it for years."

We hope Auntie has since been hooked up with some free perfume as a thank you!