Fashionable or faux pas? Weigh in on Julianne Moore and other celebs who pushed the envelope.
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London, England, October 25, 2010
Julianne Moore wore an asymmetrical -- and some would say too funky -- Lanvin dress paired with a Bulgari clutch and heels at the London premiere of "The Kids Are Alright."
Los Angeles, October 23, 2010
Wearing a white asymmetrical Georges Chakra dress, Jennifer Lopez was part vixen, part bride at the 32nd Annual Carousel of Hope gala.
London, Oct. 3, 2010
Rihanna tries on several questionable trends at once, including leopard-print thigh-highs, a men's style hat, pointy patent leather Louboutin pumps, an asymmetrical black blazer, and those pesky invisible pants, while stepping out of her hotel.
New York City, September 30, 2010
Blake Lively wore a confusing Elie Saab burgundy tulle and black lace dress to the Tiffany & Co. Introduces Eyewear For Spring 2011 event.
London, August 23, 2010
Taylor Momsen looked like a working girl in leather and lace leaving Radio One.
New York City, July 30, 2010
Carrie Underwood wore a menswear inspired stage ensemble for her performance on NBC's 'Today' Show.
New York City, July 28, 2010
Attending a screening of "Twelve" in July, Blake Lively flaunts her toned tummy thanks to a sheer midriff panel with floral detailing. Does the look work? Vote now!
Japan, July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie took the red carpet at the Japan premiere of "Salt" in a black vintage Versace high-neck gown with a side slit and open back.
Los Angeles, California, July 21, 2010
Kate Bosworth attended a dinner for French designer Vanessa Bruno wearing a red dress and jacket by the designer, topped off with a pair of matching red heels.
Paris, France, July 4, 2010
Jane Fonda walks the red carpet at the 39th-anniversary screening of her film "Klute" during the Paris Film Festival in ripped jeans, an off-the-shoulder silk top, and a white trilby hat.
Some ensembles that look perfectly fine on the runway appear a bit too funky in reality, which might have been the case for Julianne Moore
's outfit at the London premiere of her flick "The Kids Are Alright
" on Oct. 25.
The stunning 49-year-old actress took to the red carpet in an intriguing getup centered around a single-sleeve Spring 2011 Lanvin
frock with a major split personality.
One side of the dress had a full sleeve and was made of flowing navy silk, while the other side was a more streamlined (and shorter) sleeveless pencil dress in a different shade of blue.
, who is the face of Bulgari
, paired the mixed-up dress with black heels and a bejeweled clutch by the brand, as well as a slim black belt.
We gotta ask, do you think Moore
's dress strikes the perfect artsy balance? Or is it a confused mess?
In related news, read Moore's take on plastic surgery
in the November issue of Allure.