Demi Moore Wore a Sleek See-Through Gown to the Saint Laurent Fashion Show

Sadly, Pilaf was nowhere in sight.

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Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images

Demi Moore made headlines when she was spotted at Milan Fashion Week with her tiny chihuahua Pilaf in tow (and in the front row at Versace). And while fans didn't get an encore performance at today's Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello show at Paris Fashion Week, Moore did show up and show out during the solo outing in a showstopping sheer gown. Paris Fashion Week is in full swing now, with Dior showing its latest collection earlier in the day. Saint Laurent's latest collection drew the likes of Natalia Dyer, Carla Bruni, and Hailey Bieber (all very much fans of the brand), but Moore was the only guest in attendance to arrive in a completely sheer look.

Moore's off-the-shoulder, floor-sweeping gown had all the trappings of a Saint Laurent creation: sleek and stealthy lines, an inky black knit, and enough sex appeal to fill the Seine. She paired the gown with a pair of high-waisted briefs, a pair of pointy black heels, and statement sunglasses. The dress's folds and draping covered her chest, so there were no wardrobe malfunctions in sight.

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Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images

Related: Demi Moore's Dog Pilaf Sat Front Row at the Versace Fashion Show

Moore is starring in the latest Feud series from Ryan Murphy, Feud: Capote vs. the Swans (the first season was 2017's Bette and Joan)According to Town & Country, the show "dramatizes what happened when Truman Capote, having spent years as an intimate of Park Avenue lionesses, wove their deepest, most mortifying secrets into 'La Côte Basque, 1965,' a thinly veiled piece of fiction published in Esquire." Moore plays Ann Woodward, a very vocal detractor of Capote.

“I had a general awareness of Truman betraying these close friends who really were his entrée into this world that he so desperately wanted,” Moore told T&C about the role. “But I didn’t know the details. I was more aware of and intrigued by the idea that he is the inspiration for Dill in To Kill a Mockingbird. I have a daughter named Scout, so obviously that book has real importance to me.”

She also spoke about wanting to work with Murphy, not only because of his track record of culture-defining shows, but because they met before all of that and became real friends.

“Ryan and I met years ago, way before he was doing what he’s doing,” she explained. “And off and on we’ve tried to do something together. This time, the message he left was, ‘Tell her to get on the phone with me and don’t talk herself out of it.’ And so I thought, 'When we get on the phone, whatever it is, I’ll do it.'”

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