Girl with golden feet!?! Demi Moore owns gold plated toes for 1,200 pounds

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June 11, 2024

For many women the older they get, the more conservative their wardrobe becomes.

But Demi Moore is celebrating her 60s by debuting ever-more daring looks — and her latest includes a £1,200 pair of trainers with gold-plated toe imprints.

The 61-year-old arrived at the BRATZ premiere in New York on Saturday wearing a £1,942 sleeveless denim jacket and £2,280 pair of cowboy trousers.

She paired the look with statement-making Schiaparelli Trompe L’Oeil sneakers with golden toes and wore her waist-length black hair down in waves.

Her white outfit was made entirely by Italian label Schiaparelli, lauded for its surreal style worn by the likes of Taylor Swift, Zendaya and Adele.

It comes after Moore was praised for her bold gowns with plunging necklines at the Cannes Film Festival last month from high-end designers such as Loewe, Oscar de la Renta and Missoni.

Ms Moore attended the premiere of BRATZ, a documentary about her friendship group made up of young actors in the 1980s dubbed the ‘Brat Pack’.

The Ghost actress was reunited with her castmate Ally Sheedy from the 1985 coming-of-age film, St Elmo’s Fire, as they supported fellow co-star Andrew McCarthy in directing the documentary.

The Breakfast Club star Elmo Estevez, who was cited as the ‘unofficial president’ of the group and was engaged to Ms Moore at their height of Brat Pack mania, was not in attendance.

The Brat Pack was a group of young actors who became emblematic of 1980s youth culture in America after starring in coming-of-age films such as The Breakfast Club and St Elmo’s Fire.

Actors such as Rob Lowe, Demi Moore, Emilio Estevez, Jon Cryer and Molly Ringwald were considered an enviable friendship group whose careers were about to take off.

Writer David Blum coined the title Brat Pack after he described them in an article for New York Magazine as entitled and bratty which imposed an identity that many of the group resented.

But the term never affected Ms Moore’s career and by the mid-1990s, she was the highest-paid actress and still has a successful film career today.

However, she always hated the moniker.

She said: ‘It really irritated me. None of us really liked the idea of being called ‘brats’ or that we weren’t professionals or didn’t take our work seriously.’

The documentary explores her problems with cocaine addiction for which St Elmo’s Fire production team sent her to rehab before filming and ‘paid to have a sober companion with me 24/7 during the whole shooting’.

While fans saw the Brat Pack as a group of close friends living glamorous lives, the actors themselves were uncomfortable with being a part of this group against their will as they felt it trivialised and constrained their careers.

But it was Blum, author of the original article, who interviewed The Breakfast Club star, Ally Sheedy, Demi Moore, the Pretty in Pink star Jon Cryer and Andrew McCarthy at the documentary’s premiere.

Mr Blum admitted he regretted writing the article after members of the group suggested the negative connotations of the story stopped them from socialising.

Ms Sheedy, 61, said: ‘I truly felt a part of something, and that guy just blew it to pieces.’

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