Demi Moore's Stylish Family Outing

06/25/2007 at 05:00 PM ET

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To say the Moore-Willis-Kutcher clan is stylish is an understatement, but we were still impressed with the group’s chic outfits as they supported Bruce Willis at Friday’s Live Free or Die Hard premiere in New York City. Mom Demi Moore and husband Ashton Kutcher looked effortless in their YSL ensembles — even their accessories were YSL! 18-year old Rumer picked up on her mother’s style, wearing a plunging black gown. But our favorite ensemble was 13-year old Tallulah — the chic teen walked the red carpet in a Kate Moss for Topshop dress! Like iconic mother, like stylish daughter. . .

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alia on

That’s one strange family….but i guess if it is working for them…whatever:)….Tellulah is a very pretty young girl too…looks like mum….

FH on

These girls are far too young to be wearing what they have on. Obviously these girls have been given modeling 101 lessons. I don’t know of any thirteen year-old who gives the ‘come hither’ look when photographed. Not too classy Demi.

k on

Why would anyone say that they are “one strange family”?!..they look pretty typical to me! mom, stepfather, and two daughters…i think they look very cute together…and they are all very well dressed!…Tallulah’s dress goes down to her knees and totally covers her chest, what do u think she should wear FH? a garbage bag?…

JT on

Yes they are all very stylish..but where is Scout, the middle child at?

Kim R on

And the K’s have it….I’m with you k ~ FH may be experiencing a lil’ “green” if you know what I mean…Jealousy 101? ~ Talluah looks like a shy teen…not someone giving a “come hither look”…

And strange family? B/C they get along? Yeah… I guess we are so conditioned to seeing hostility among divorce couples and step children that we don’t know how to receive a couple who actually gets along with the spouses ex and steo children who seem genuinely happy in the situation…sad…we should be encouraging that behavior, not tearing them down b/c of it…

Suzi on

Stylish? You MUST be kidding! Demi looks okay, but her husband looks like he needs a bath and a hair cut; Rumer looks in dire need of some plastic shin surgery, a decent hair cut, and a higher neckline approriate for an 18 year old; and her younger sister? Well, what can I say – that one looks like a juvenile street walker in training. (EYE ROLL!!)

Jemma on

I agree with “K”

Alot of 18 year-olds (and younger) wear alot less clothes than Rumer is wearing…yes it is plunging, but it is also a full-length gown.

Tallulah’s dress is just fine for a 13-year old, and I think saying she is looking “come-hither” is reading into it a bit too much

All of them look great!

alia on

I guess I said that because firstly — Demi is almost 20 years Ashton’s senior..I mean, Rumor could practically date her step-father…Secondly — they are all there for Demi’s ex-husbands movie premiere….it just doesn’t seem like the typical family to me….but, What is typical, right??….Again, it works for them so good luck to them….I suppose families come in all different shapes and sizes, which is great….more power to them!!:)
Love and
Light :)

Julie on

Since when is a demur smile immodest or sexual? The kids look beautiful and age-appropriate. Even Rumer’s plunging neckline doesn’t appear to be showing excessive cleavage. I think this family has been pretty much the epitome of “classy.” Seem like great kids.

K on

Rumer’s hair looks awful!

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