Exuding classic glamour to launch her new show demi moore dresses to impress as co-stars match her in marvellous monochrome in new york

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Sticking to a black-and-white theme, Demi accessorises with her chihuahua Pilaf (far left) and looks chic in a checked ensemble by Carolina Herrera (left)

When Demi Moore arrived in New York City to promote her latest acting project last week, the sartorial stakes were high.

The actress was there for a series of premieres and interviews to launch her new TV show Feud: Capote vs The Swans, and, together with her co-stars, she channelled Old Hollywood glamour.

All eyes were on the star as she stepped on to the black carpet for a gala screening at the Museum of Modern Art, wearing a custom monochrome Balmain gown with a swan-shaped bodice. She accessorised with platform heels and jewellery from Cartier.

The star is stylish in a bibbed dress as she poses with an appropriately adapted classic New York City yellow cab at the Feud: Capote vs The Swans premiere’s afterparty

“It was only fitting I wore this stunning @balmain dress,” she wrote on social media.

Displaying his handiwork on Instagram, Demi’s stylist Brad Goreski also posted an image of her scene-stealing look and wrote: “When the swan goes to the Black and White Ball... @demimoore stuns in a @balmain gown and @cartier jewels to the premiere of @feudfx styled by me!”

Demi, 61, plays socialite Ann “Bang-Bang” Woodward in the eagerly awaited series, which stars British actor Tom Hollander as US author Truman Capote. The show tells the story of the real-life events surrounding his 1975 magazine short story La Côte Basque, which dished the dirt on his many female friends in New York high society – the so-called Swans – and resulted in his immediate exile from that world.

Speaking about the storyline, Demi said: “I had a general awareness of Truman betraying close friends who were his entrée into this world that he so desperately wanted, but I was more intrigued by the idea that he was the inspiration for Dill in To Kill a Mockingbird.

“I have a daughter named Scout [one of the characters in Harper Lee’s book], so obviously that book has real importance to me.”

She added: “I appreciate that it’s a period piece set

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