Julianne Moore, 54, rocks Givenchy leather trousers in Las Vegas where she scored CinemaCon's Vanguard Award

Julianne Moore rocked Givenchy leather trousers for CinemaCon at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Thursday.

The 54-year-old Oscar winner completed her edgy ensemble with a Givenchy blouse featuring a studded collar and peep-toe heels.

Moore's all-black attire was selected by stylist Leslie Fremar, who also dresses Reese Witherspoon, Charlize Theron, and Scarlett Johansson. 

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Leather mama! Julianne Moore rocked Givenchy leather trousers for CinemaCon at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Thursday

Leather mama! Julianne Moore rocked Givenchy leather trousers for CinemaCon at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Thursday

The Seventh Son star's red hair was pulled back into a tidy ponytail, and her alabaster complexion was brightened with mascara and mauve lipstick.

Julianne - born Julie Anne Smith - was speaking on CinemaCon's panel called 'The "Independent" Game: Based on a True Story.'

'Working in the indie space has helped my career longevity. All of my successes - including my Oscar - sprung from these teeny tiny movies,' admitted the Still Alice actress - according to Variety.  

Fierce! The 54-year-old Oscar winner completed her edgy ensemble with a Givenchy blouse featuring a studded collar and peep-toe heels
Fierce! The 54-year-old Oscar winner completed her edgy ensemble with a Givenchy blouse featuring a studded collar and peep-toe heels

Fierce! The 54-year-old Oscar winner completed her edgy ensemble with a Givenchy blouse featuring a studded collar and peep-toe heels

Natural beauty: The Seventh Son star's red hair was pulled back into a tidy ponytail, and her alabaster complexion was brightened with mascara and mauve lipstick

Natural beauty: The Seventh Son star's red hair was pulled back into a tidy ponytail, and her alabaster complexion was brightened with mascara and mauve lipstick

'All of my successes - including my Oscar - sprung from these teeny tiny movies': Julianne - born Julie Anne Smith - was speaking on CinemaCon's panel called 'The "Independent" Game: Based on a True Story'

'All of my successes - including my Oscar - sprung from these teeny tiny movies': Julianne - born Julie Anne Smith - was speaking on CinemaCon's panel called 'The "Independent" Game: Based on a True Story'

Triumphant! Moore later changed into a Givenchy halter cocktail dress to pick up the festival's Vanguard Award at the casino's OMNIA Nightclub

Triumphant! Moore later changed into a Givenchy halter cocktail dress to pick up the festival's Vanguard Award at the casino's OMNIA Nightclub

'The great parts are not going to come to you on a silver platter. You need a commerical profile so that investors will invest in something smaller that I'm in...you can't make a living doing just indie films.'

Moore later changed into a Givenchy halter cocktail dress to pick up the festival's Vanguard Award at the casino's OMNIA Nightclub.

Not seen with the Non-Stop actress was her longtime husband Bart Freundlich and their two children - son Caleb, 17, and daughter Liv, 12.

Julianne will next conclude her role as President Alma Coin in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, hitting US/UK theatres on November 20.

Married mother-of-two: Not seen with the Non-Stop actress was her longtime husband Bart Freundlich and their two children - son Caleb, 17, and daughter Liv, 12 (pictured Tuesday)

Married mother-of-two: Not seen with the Non-Stop actress was her longtime husband Bart Freundlich and their two children - son Caleb, 17, and daughter Liv, 12 (pictured Tuesday)

Reuniting with Jennifer Lawrence: Julianne will next conclude her role as President Alma Coin in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, hitting US/UK theatres on November 20

Reuniting with Jennifer Lawrence: Julianne will next conclude her role as President Alma Coin in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, hitting US/UK theatres on November 20

 

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