High above Lafayette Street, a few blocks divided from Lower Manhattan’s Le Coucou, hovers a face of Julianne Moore, with her radiant spray of auburn hair and her face framed by a china bracelet, in an announcement for jeweler John Hardy. Inside Le Coucou on Tuesday night was a real Julianne Moore, who insisted that a sky-high face on a billboard was anything though real.
“That’s not me,” she told Vanity Fair, shrugging in a shiny, propitious black long-sleeve top. “That’s an picture that we all colluded to make. So, it’s a jewelry, it’s a hair, it’s a makeup, it’s a photography, and all of that stuff. That’s a approach we have to stretch myself, since it’s a fun thing to be partial of.”
Tuesday’s cocktail celebration and dinner, hosted by Vanity Fair and John Hardy, respected Moore and a new John Hardy campaign, “Made for Legends.” Moore joins indication and romantic Adwoa Aboah in a campaign, that facilities valuables domestic in Bali. It’s an bid Moore pronounced she can simply get behind.
“I consider we feel improved when we feel present, when we feel connected, when we feel genuine and we feel authentic, and we consider that’s a thing that is good about this brand,” she said. “It’s authentic. It’s finished by women in Bali; it’s always been an organic process. Each square is finished by hand; there’s a tellurian peculiarity to it. That’s what creates we feel good and creates we feel in touch, that someone’s finished something.”
During a dinner, guests, including Martha Stewart, Julie Taymor, Jenna Lyons, and Zadie Smith sat during candlelit tables via a dining room of a grill as John Hardy C.E.O. Robert Hanson thanked Moore for her change as a “legend” in both her behaving and her advocacy. Alluding to new news of [allegations of passionate assault] finished opposite Harvey Weinstein, Hanson thanked Moore for speaking out during a “vulnerable” time. Hanson combined that to respect Moore—and a “legends in everyone’s lives”—John Hardy is creation a concession to dual causes a singer binds dear: Everytown for Gun Safety and a Childrens’ Health Fund.
As a night went on, guest enjoyed a live dance performance, and were also asked to write a name of someone who is a “legend” to them on a label that was placed during their seat.
Martha Stewart, who was gnawing iPhone photos of a superb list and food via a night, told Vanity Fair that on her label she corkscrew a name of Dr. Albert Siu, whom she says has finished “an extraordinary job” during a Martha Stewart Center for Living during Mount Sinai.
Zadie Smith was reflecting on a evening’s star, Moore, recalling one sold stage in a 1993 Robert Altman film Short Cuts in that Moore walks into a room pantless.
“The approach she walks in from a left to a right but her trousers on? we had never seen such an unsexualized picture of a woman’s vagina,” Smith said, recalling a impulse she describes as deeply feminist. “I suspicion it was cool.”