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Julianne Moore’s #GownsForGood Auction Supports The Actors Fund

Julianne Moore Gowns For Good | NFT

Live Rocket Studios presents “Fine Silver”, a TV/ interview series dedicated to actresses and iconic dresses they wore at various events. 

During the Academy Awards on Sunday, March 27th, Fine Silver will air its interview with actress Julianne Moore. The prolific actress will share stories of dresses designed specifically for her.  


A sparkly emerald green Givenchy dress was worn by Julliane Moore, when she attended the 2015 Screen Actors Guild awards.  

A pink silk cloque Balenciaga gown was worn by the actress, when she attended the Paris premiere of “A Single Man” in 2010. 

A heavily sequined Givenchy Couture gown was worn by the actress at the premiere of “Cafe Society”, during the opening gala of the 69th annual Cannes Film in 2016.


These 3 dresses are being auctioned to benefit The Actors Fund.  Moore will share how The Actors Fund provides humanitarian safety nets for performing arts and entertainment professionals; including emergency financial assistance, affordable housing, health care and insurance counseling, senior care, secondary career development and more.

Hollywood’s integration of blockchain is challenging the ways the entertainment community interacts with audiences.  The dresses are being auctioned through non-fungible tokens, or NFTs.  

The highest bidder of each 1/1 Julianne Moore Genesis Collection NFT receives the NFT along with the corresponding couture gown.

Givenchy SAG Awards Red Carpet 2015

Balenciaga A Single Man Paris Premiere 2010

Givenchy Cannes Red Carpet 2016

Auction bids will be made in $ETH.  Starting bid price will be $20,000 USD.

Since 3000 collaborated with Live Rocket Studios and 3D Artist Isaac Udogwu to turn Julianne Moore’s red carpet couture gowns into NFTs.  Mogul Productions, a film, music and entertainment NFT marketplace will auction the NFTs.

ZapTheory & Live Rocket Studios are airing 30 & 90 second commercials from the interview, to promote the upcoming digital auction of the dresses, and the NFTs which the ownership of each dress will transfer through.

For more information or to sign up to bid on a gown visit



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