Iconic Demi Moore Flaunts Killer Style and Stellar Acting in New Series Feud

Demi Moore, the incredible 61-year-old actress, continues to wow audiences both on and off the screen. Recently, Moore was seen strutting the streets of New York City in a winter ensemble that showcased her impeccable fashion sense. She was accompanied by her adorable small dog, Pilaf, held lovingly in her arms.

Demi Moore in her stunning winter suit

Moore’s outfit was a testament to her timeless elegance. She sported a long coat and matching skirt in a bold plaid pattern, with a tasteful slit that revealed one of her bare legs. A mock turtleneck under the coat completed the ensemble, exuding sophistication and grace.

To complement her chic attire, Moore opted for vertiginous and strappy Malone Souliers mules and black earrings. Her oversized Hollywood-style black sunglasses added a touch of glamour to her look.

But Moore’s captivating presence goes beyond her impeccable fashion choices. She is currently promoting her role in the highly-anticipated series Feud: Capote vs. The Swans. In this second season of the anthology television series, created by Ryan Murphy for FX, Moore portrays the fascinating character of Ann ‘Bang-Bang’ Woodward, a showgirl turned notorious Manhattan socialite.

Demi Moore looking sharp in her black coat and skirt

Feud: Capote vs. The Swans delves into the intriguing story of Ann Woodward, who became a prominent and controversial figure in New York high society. After a tumultuous marriage to banking heir William Woodward Jr., which produced two sons, Ann’s life took a dark turn. In 1955, she shot and killed her husband, claiming she had mistaken him for a burglar. This tragic event earned her the nickname ‘Bang Bang.’

While Ann was not indicted for the shooting, her husband’s death tarnished her reputation and led to her exile from high society. Her story is one filled with intrigue, scandal, and tragedy—a perfect backdrop for Moore’s superb acting skills.

Ann 'Bang-Bang' Woodward and William Woodward Jr.

Yet, Ann Woodward’s tale doesn’t end with her own demise. She serves as a point of interest for prominent literary figures like Truman Capote, who included her in his unfinished novel Answered Prayers. Capote’s writings created a buzz, as many believed that the character accused of murdering her husband was inspired by Ann.

Sadly, Ann’s life took another tragic turn when she took her own life just before Capote’s stories were to be published. The loss of her sons, who both later committed suicide, further deepened the tragedy surrounding her life.

Feud: Capote vs. The Swans boasts a star-studded cast, featuring Naomi Watts as Babe Paley and Molly Ringwald as Joanne Carson. Watts flawlessly portrays Babe Paley, a renowned American magazine editor and socialite, while Ringwald captivates as Joanne Carson, the second wife of late-night talk show host Johnny Carson.

Naomi Watts as Babe Paley
Molly Ringwald as Joanne Carson

The series, set to premiere on January 31, 2024, promises to be a captivating exploration of the intertwining lives of captivating individuals. Other talented actors, including Tom Hollander, Diane Lane, and Chloë Sevigny, bring their expertise to their respective roles, adding depth and richness to the narrative.

Don’t miss the opportunity to witness the brilliance of Demi Moore and the rest of the stellar cast in Feud: Capote vs. The Swans. Get ready to be enthralled by the gripping stories that unfold against the backdrop of a bygone era filled with scandal, glamour, and unforgettable characters.

Demi Moore as Lee Radziwill
Lee Radziwill in 1965