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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Sprout on

My only real comment — and it’s kinda catty — but oh well… bummer about Rumer’s chin. *eyebrow raise* Perhaps it doesn’t look like that in real life…

But, then again, bummer about my fat a$$ and I don’t have a lot of money to make up for that, do I?

The family in general… who are we to judge them as a FAMILY by ONE SILLY PICTURE??? Heavens, I’d feel like a total $hit if people judged my family by one bad photo…

Layla on

They are all so cute together. I wish them all the best– they look happy.

night on

Demi, her son and two daughters look great. Oh wait…that’s husband?

J on

I think if this family dynamic works for them, then great. I think their choice of dresses for the two girls are a little “old” for them. My mom would’ve fainted if I had walked out of the house in either of those!

Julie on

“In a few years Mrs. Kutcher will be dealing with alot of insecurities; peri-menopause (if not already). I am her age and have ‘grown up’ with her, so I know of what I speak. The girls have a strong desire to be like their mom – fit and stylish”

WOW, Mrs. K — it’s so weird that you feel like you have the authority to psychoanalyze a stranger’s family. Or were you being literal when you said you’ve actually grown up with her?


well i like demi’s oldest daughters dress and demi’s, as for ashton what else can you expect, but the 13yr old looks older than her older sister and her mom that dress is in apropiate and she looks to old

Emilee ♥ on

Whatever works for their family dynamic, works for them. I’m sure they’re not the only ones in this world whom has a family dynamic such as this {kids like their step-father, their step-father is friends with their father}. They seem very happy. As for the kids’ dresses, they look fine. Rumor’s dress is a little low cut, but she’s 18 yrs. old, and she can wear whatever she wants to wear. Tallulah looks great, her dress is appropriate, especially for a 13 yr. old. Demi looks beautiful as usual. Even though I hate Ashton’s hair, LOL ;), he looks nice.

Mrs. K on

Well…I suppose I am referring to the fact that (I believe I’m correct unless y’all are in your mid to late 40’s)as a ‘viewer’ of her work, I have seen Mrs. Kutcher’s work for over 20 years. At the very least, I will not hem and haw over what she or her offspring ‘look like’; however, I am not stating that I am any better than anyone else. The thoughts that provoked my heart is just the contagious (only because it is so widespread and sad, at that) dilemma of divorce. I am from divorced parents; am fortunate to have a solid marriage over 22 years. It is sometimes hard work; sometimes there is nothing to save the family unit. It is possible Mr. Willis never ‘heard’ her pleas while married on whatever was upsetting Mrs. Kutcher in their marriage and only after she (I believe she’s the one that initiated it) filed for divorce and their lives went into separate ways did he perhaps realize what value was there. They started off with ALOT OF LOVE. ALOT. One can shrug shoulders and this is not a judgement of them, just an opined sadness. May sound maudlin of me. It’s just my feelings. As anyone else’s expressed here, although much expressed on this post seems to be focusing on the appearance of the daughters. Hope this clears up what you wanted to know. Marriage is tough, sometimes. But the ‘bumpy’ years pass. If the two partners can keep communication open, even if there are hard times…you’d be surprised what can be salvaged. Guess I’m just nostalgic (silly, huh?). I do wish the ‘new unit’ the best. As an older woman of age and having lived through my 20’s and 30’s, I’m just coming from a different perspective. God bless.

MVP on

I think they look Great!!!

SD on

Tallulah’s dress is nice, and so is her hair. She looks fine, not an amazing outfit or anything but it still looks nice. I don’t like Rumer’s dress.

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