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Seeing Double! Julianne Moore and Liv Step Out for Fashion Week

09/12/2013 at 10:00 AM ET

Julianne Moore Daughter Liv Fashion Week Reed Krakoff
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From toddlers to teens, the guest list at New York Fashion Week is getting younger and younger.

After we spotted Harper Beckham sitting front row at mom¬†Victoria‘s show and Jessica Alba and daughter Haven rubbing elbows with Diane von Furstenberg, we thought we had seen it all.

But then Julianne Moore arrived at the Reed Krakoff spring/summer show Wednesday with her mini plus one.

The actress — who is also the new face of Krakoff’s fall campaign — brought along her lookalike 11-year-old daughter Liv Helen.¬†Seriously, check out their matching long red locks!

Moore kept it chic in a white dress, black blazer and pumps, while Liv opted for flirty (and edgy!) chiffon skull-printed dress and black biker boots.

From her sweet smile to her auburn tresses, we wouldn’t be surprised to see the freckle-faced tween taking over Fashion Week in the near future.

– Anya Leon

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Holiday on

Liv is a very pretty girl. My 3 year old girl has that exact same hair color

Anonymous on

Why would you describe something an 11-year old would wear as “flirty”?! She looks sweet and age appropriate.

Sara on

What a gorgeous mother and daughter. And I like that Liv is dressed modestly and age-appropriately for 11.

EMZ on

How gorgeous! Liv looks like a Fsshionista in training.

Anonymous on

Nice mother daughter picture and bonding time!

What is so flirty and edgy about the outfit?

Hill on

“Seriously, check out their matching long red locks!”

Does a twelve-year-old write these articles? I enjoy skimming the site for baby news, but this is embarrassing.

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