Demi Moore Posing in White Go-Go Boots With a Tiny Dog Is an Eternal Vibe

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Written By Paklay Zablay

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Between Demi Moore’s pristine white leather boots, pin-straight long hair, chic leather skirt, and tiny long-haired chihuahua in her hand, on January 31, the actor officially became the main character of my 2024 vision board.

Moore, 61, who has been out and about promoting FX’s Feud: Capote vs. The Swans, was photographed in Manhattan Wednesday wearing a black button-down tucked into a black leather midi skirt, a camel blazer, and stark white pointy-toe boots. In her hand, for some reason, Moore carried her tiny brown-and-white chihuahua named Pilaf—who you may recognize as the star of the actor’s Instagram.

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This is hardly the first time Demi Moore has carried the pup around like a living fashion accessory. She has taken Pilaf to Good Morning America. She’s taken him to Saturday Night Live. Pilaf comes to photo shoots with Donatella Versace. He accompanies Moore to her nail appointments.

It’s a fitting look for the series Moore’s currently promoting: Ryan Murphy’s Feud: Capote and the Swans, which airs Wednesday January 31 on FX, delves deep into the high-society scandal that emerged when writer Truman Capote betrays his inner circle of Manhattan socialite friends—also known as “the swans”—with a tell-all story published in 1975. Moore plays disgraced Upper East Side socialite Anne Woodward, alongside fellow icons Molly Ringwald, Calista Flockhart, Naomi Watts, and Chloe Sevigny.

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