July 3, 2013
Julianne Moore Is The New Face Of Reed Krakoff

Julianne Moore has been tapped as the face of Reed Krakoff for the upcoming autumn-winter 2013 advertising campaign.

The new ads featuring the 52-year-old actress will begin appearing in magazines across the globe this September. Reed Krakoff photographed Moore for the campaign at the Cultural Services of the French Embassy on Fifth Avenue in New York.

According to Cover, Julianne Moore embodies everything the fashion designer's brand is all about. Krakoff announced in April that he intends to leave his position at Coach in order to focus on RK.

"I have admired Julianne’s extraordinary talent and unique style for many years and have been fortunate enough to get to know her on both a professional and personal level," Reed Krakoff recently explained to WWD.

He continued, "The combination of personal strength, confidence and a subtle sensuality, which is strongly reflected in the imagery."

Julianne Moore isn't the only celebrity to recently secure a fashion deal for the autumn-winter 2013 season. The Telegraph reports that Stoker star Nicole Kidman will be face of Jimmy Choo's autumn campaign. Actress Sienna Miller is working with Burberry while Penelope Cruz is helping Loewe sell handbags.

Moore is currently having a pretty good year. Not only did she land work with Reed Krakoff, she's also starring in director Kimberly Peirce's adaptation of Stephen King's Carrie. The film also stars Kick-Ass 2 alum Chloe Grace Moretz.

The Inquisitr previously reported that Julianne Moore is in negotiations to portray President Alma Coin in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay. The final chapter in the saga is being split into two films. Catching Fire, meanwhile, will bow in theaters later this year.

Moore can also be seen in director Sergey Bodrov's upcoming fantasy Seventh Son and Jaume Collet-Serra's action-thriller Non-Stop with Liam Neeson.

Are you a fan of Julianne Moore? What do you think about the actress working with Reed Krakoff for the upcoming autumn-winter 2013 campaign?

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