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Demi Moore Dressed Up Her Daring Sheer Gown at the Gucci Show with the Sweetest Accessory — Her Dog!

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Demi Moore is all about a fashion risk lately — and it’s been paying off.  

The Ghost actress, 61, showed off her glamorous style at the Gucci Cruise 2025 show in London on Tuesday, May 14, with her pet Chihuahua Pilaf by her side the whole time. 

Moore posed in a long dress that featured a black lace bodice and sheer patterned design. She paired the look with a statement choker necklace, black purse and knee-length leather black boots. 

Pilaf didn’t wear a matching outfit but seemed happy to be there in the pictures. Moore was even photographed keeping her pup warm in her black coat that she also wore for the event.

She also posed for photos with her stylist Brad Goreski, who wore a gray plaid suit jacket with a white shirt and black tie underneath and loose-fitting matching slacks. 

Brad Goreski and Demi Moore at the Gucci Cruise 2025 show in London on May 13, 2024.

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The actress was in the front row of the show held at the Tate Modern, which featured designs by Gucci’s new creative director Sabato De Sarno. She was photographed with her dog on her lap and was joined in the front row by Debbie Harry, Kate Moss and her daughter, Lila.

Other stars who attended the show included Dua Lipa, Solange Knowles, Salma Hayek Pinault, Paul Mescal and Alexa Chung.

Demi Moore with dog Pilaf, Debbie Harry, Lila and Kate Moss attend the Gucci Cruise 2025 Fashion Show in London on May 13, 2024.

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De Sarno, who joined the fashion house in 2023, described his new collection as a combination of “Gucci’s heritage” and his own experiences and noted that London — and the Tate Modern specifically — was a perfect place to show this duality.

“We choose London for the Cruise show, knowing that was the right choice. I owe a lot to this city, it has welcomed and listened to me. The same is true for Gucci, whose founder was inspired by his experience there,” said De Sarno in a press release on the collection.

“The House’s return is driven by a desire to be immersed in its distinctive essence, its creative driving force with its limitless capability to put together contrasts, make them converse, and find ways to coexist. Today we are here to celebrate that spirit,” he added.

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In the new collection, De Sarno said he aimed to show the “dichotomy” of different styles and clothing. For example, he said “symbols of British style” like tartans and plaid have been “reinterpreted” and “re-energized for a new generation,” while denim used in the collection is “relaxed” and accessorized with flat shoes like ballerinas and creepers.

Some of the memorable looks from the collection included dark red leather pieces including a long coat, short jacket and pant look and several brown suede pieces including a dress, jacket and pants.

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