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Julianne Moore Brings Look-Alike Daughter Liv to Ralph Lauren’s Fashion Show

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Julianne Moore and her look-alike daughter, Liv Freundlich, sat front row at Ralph Lauren’s show at New York Fashion Week 2016 on Sept. 14. Paul Morigi/WireImage

Move over, Cindy and Kaia! Julianne Moore brought her look-alike daughter, Liv Freundlich, as her date to Ralph Lauren’s New York Fashion Week show on Wednesday, September 14, and the two twinned in the front row — down to their shoes!

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The Oscar-winning actress, 55, and her 14-year-old daughter, who share the same red hair, high cheekbones and freckled complexion, wore little black dresses to the event. While Moore, who shares Liv with her husband of 13 years, Bart Freundlich, chose a long-sleeved lace frock and the teen opted for a sleeveless style, both ladies finished their ensembles with ankle-strap peep-toes. 

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Ricky Lauren, Julianne Moore, Liv Freundlich, Rosie Huntington-Whitely, Annabelle Wallis and Jessica Alba enjoy their front-row seats at Ralph Lauren’s September Collection presentation, Sept. 14, 2016. Paul Morigi/WireImage

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The mother-daughter duo posed for pictures on the steps of the label’s Madison Avenue flagship store, where the show took place, before taking their front-row seats alongside a bevy of A-listers, including Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jessica Alba. An onlooker tells Us Weekly that all of the celeb ladies made it a point to talk to Freundlich before the show. “It was very sweet!” the source said. 

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Kendall Jenner on Ralph Lauren’s runway. Peter White/Getty

And it wasn’t just the front row that was star-studded. NYFW favorites Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid both walked the runway in Ralph Lauren’s Spring/Summer 2017 offerings, which included fringed dresses, crisp separates and lots of statement jewelry, which were available to purchase after the designer’s first-ever see-now-buy-now show.

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