Demi Moore looks effortlessly stylish in black halterneck top and trousers as she arrives at SNL afterparty carrying her tiny dog Pilaf in a sling

Demi Moore looked effortlessly radiant on Saturday night as she arrived at the afterparty for Saturday Night Live. 

The actress, 61, cut a typically stylish figure in a black halterneck top teamed with a pair of smart grey trousers.

She also wore a puppy sling across her chest to carry her adorable tiny dog, Pilaf, whose head could be seen poking out.

Demi kept warm with a long black coat and gave herself a few extra inches with a pair of baby blue high heels.

The Indecent Proposal star toted a black and gold Schiaparelli Anatomy bag, which costs around £6,000.

Demi Moore looked effortlessly radiant on Saturday night as she arrived at the afterparty for Saturday Night Live

The actress, 61, cut a typically stylish figure in a black halterneck top teamed with a pair of smart grey trousers

The actress, 61, cut a typically stylish figure in a black halterneck top teamed with a pair of smart grey trousers

She also wore a puppy sling across her chest to carry her adorable tiny dog, Pilaf, whose head could be seen poking out

She also wore a puppy sling across her chest to carry her adorable tiny dog, Pilaf, whose head could be seen poking out

She accessorised with a pair of dangly diamond earrings for a touch of sparkle, while sporting a light palette of makeup to accentuate her natural beauty.

She arrived at Zuma in New York to celebrate Dakota Johnson’s hosting of SNL earlier that evening.

The Fifty Shades Of Grey actress was joined by both Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon in her opening monologue, during the humourous show.

Meanwhile, Demi has been hard at work this month, promoting her appearance in the new series Feud: Capote vs. The Swans, which kicks off January 31.

It is the second season of the anthology television series Feud created by Ryan Murphy for FX, which debuted in 2017.

The ‘Swans’ were the New York City socialites who welcomed author Truman Capote into their high-flying circles, only to ruthlessly jettison him when he aired out their dirty laundry in public. 

Demi stars as Ann ‘Bang-Bang’ Woodward, a real life showgirl, model, and radio actress turned notorious Manhattan socialite, who died in 1975 at age 59.

Ann became a prominent and controversial figure in New York high society after her marriage to banking heir William Woodward Jr, with whom she had two sons, William Woodward III and James Woodward.

Demi kept warm with a long black coat and gave herself a few extra inches with a pair of baby blue high heels

Demi kept warm with a long black coat and gave herself a few extra inches with a pair of baby blue high heels

The Indecent Proposal star toted a black and gold Schiaparelli Anatomy bag, which costs around £6,000

The Indecent Proposal star toted a black and gold Schiaparelli Anatomy bag, which costs around £6,000

She accessorised with a pair of dangly diamond earrings for a touch of sparkle, while sporting a light palette of makeup to accentuate her natural beauty

She accessorised with a pair of dangly diamond earrings for a touch of sparkle, while sporting a light palette of makeup to accentuate her natural beauty

She arrived at Zuma in New York to celebrate Fifty Shades Of Grey star, Dakota Johnson's hosting of SNL earlier that evening (pictured)

She arrived at Zuma in New York to celebrate Fifty Shades Of Grey star, Dakota Johnson’s hosting of SNL earlier that evening (pictured) 

After both had affairs, he asked for a divorce in 1947 and she refused, before she shot and killed him in 1955.

She claimed she had mistaken William for a burglar, but was suspected of murder and given the nickname ‘Bang Bang.’

She was not indicted for the shooting, and a grand jury deemed the event an accident. 

But the circumstances surrounding her husband’s death led to Ann becoming banished from high society.

In 1975, Truman published excerpts from an unfinished novel Answered Prayers, about a woman accused of murdering her husband, which everyone thought it was Ann.

Just before the stories were to be published in Esquire, she killed herself by taking cyanide.

Subsequently, both of her sons tragically committed suicide, James in 1976 and William in 1999. 

Demi stars in the series alongside Naomi Watts, Molly Ringwald, Calista Flockhart, Diane Lane, Chloë Sevigny and Tom Hollander as Truman.

Meanwhile, Demi has been hard at work this month, promoting her appearance in the new series Feud: Capote vs. The Swans, which kicks off January 31

Meanwhile, Demi has been hard at work this month, promoting her appearance in the new series Feud: Capote vs. The Swans, which kicks off January 31 

Demi stars as Ann 'Bang-Bang' Woodward, a real life showgirl, model, and radio actress turned notorious Manhattan socialite, who died in 1975 at age 59 (Ann pictured in 1938)

Demi stars as Ann ‘Bang-Bang’ Woodward, a real life showgirl, model, and radio actress turned notorious Manhattan socialite, who died in 1975 at age 59 (Ann pictured in 1938) 

Demi stars in the series alongside Naomi Watts, Molly Ringwald, Calista Flockhart , Diane Lane, Chloë Sevigny and Tom Hollander as Truman

Demi stars in the series alongside Naomi Watts, Molly Ringwald, Calista Flockhart , Diane Lane, Chloë Sevigny and Tom Hollander as Truman 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk