Nicole Kidman reflects on iconic 'Moulin Rouge' costume she regrets not keeping

The Hollywood star reveals that she wishes she had kept the pink feathered costume from the 2001 film
In Frame: Nicole Kidman
In Frame: Nicole Kidman

Hollywood star Nicole Kidman has expressed regret over not keeping a particular movie costume from her illustrious career.

In an interview series titled Off the Cuff, Nicole revealed to co-star Joey King that she wishes she had kept the pink feathered costume from the 2001 film Moulin Rouge.

"I wish I kept the pink feathers from Moulin Rouge because they're so beautiful," she said of the outfit she wore as nightclub star Satine, reports an online portal.

The stunning ensemble featured a fitted, embellished bustier and a pink feathered train, designed by the film’s co-costume designers, Catherine Martin and Angus Strathie.

Nicole also shared her regret over not keeping the glasses worn by her character Alice Harford in the 1999 thriller Eyes Wide Shut. "I keep nothing, but I do keep all my couture dresses," she added.

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For the premiere of A Family Affair, Nicole walked the red carpet in a floor-sweeping strapless nude Gucci gown with a thigh-high slit, accessorised with a gold choker necklace for a subtle yet dramatic effect. The film, directed by Richard LaGravenese, explores how an unexpected romance leads to a series of humorous consequences for a young woman, her mother, and her boss, with Kidman starring alongside Joey King and Zac Efron.

The actress' career in showbiz began in 1983 with BMX Bandits. She gained significant attention with Dead Calm and the series Bangkok Hilton.

Her international acclaim soared with the 1990 film Days Of Thunder, co-starring her former husband Tom Cruise. Her notable films include Far and Away, To Die For, Eyes Wide Shut, The Others, and Cold Mountain.

Throughout her career spanning over four decades, Nicole has won an Academy Award for her portrayal of Virginia Woolf in the 2002 film The Hours and received nominations for Moulin Rouge! (2001), Rabbit Hole, Lion, and Being the Ricardos. She has also starred in The Golden Compass, Australia, Paddington, Aquaman, and Bombshell.

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