From off-beat indie films to big budget pictures, Julianne Moore has never failed to exude a wizened sexuality. At 49, she still defines sensuality and sophistication in a new advertising campaign for fashion house Bvlgari.

In the Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott photo shoot, Moore strips down and poses with nothing to hide her modesty save some large handbags and fierce little lion cubs.

The actress is seen reclining on a chaise lounge with her long red hair loose around her shoulders and her deep blue eyes focused directly on the camera.

Moore, ever busy, is promoting her new movie, “The Kids Are All Right.” Critics are calling it one of summer’s best ahead of its release in next week.

Check out Julianne’s photos. Click to enlarge.

Moore stars with Annette Bening as a lesbian married couple, whose two children go on a secret quest to track down their sperm donor dad (Mark Ruffalo).

Moore who has two children with husband Bart Freundlich, says she playing a lesbian parent was easy.

“The thing I have going for me is that I have been with someone for 15 years now, and we have two children,” she told Time magazine.

“So that’s not any different than any of the lesbian or gay-male parents I know. Parenting is parenting. It’s the person rather than your sexuality that defines you,” she said.

When it comes to sexuality, Moore should know; she defines it.