Anne Hathaway In Valentino – ‘Every Mother Counts’ Dinner

Anne Hathaway was at the ‘Every Mother Counts’ dinner held on Thursday (November 30) in New York City.

The actress donned a Valentino Resort 2018 dress previously worn by Julianne Moore.

But, I had no qualms about seeing it for a second run, as the first time Julianne was seated. Here, we can truly see the full vibrancy of the tactile embellishment on Anne, with her red lip polishing it all off.

The tinsel effect couldn’t be more perfect for this holiday time of year, too.

At first I questioned the grey sandals, but they ensured the lush radiance stayed within the frock.

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Anna Hathaway In Halston Heritage – 68th National Book Awards

Anne Hathaway’s gradual return to the red carpet continued at the 68th National Book Awards held at Cipriani Wall Street on Wednesday (November 15) in New York City, where she joined Emma Roberts.

Classic in black, her gown from Halston Heritage is fashioned with peak lapels to give the look timeless tuxedo elegance.

Styled with an Edie Parker ‘Jean’ clutch, the look benefited from the beautiful tasselled earrings, however, considering the comments on Kate Winslet’s post earlier, my feeling is the majority may find this boring.

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Anne Hathaway In Dolce & Gabbana – The Children’s Monologues

Anne Hathaway made a return to the red carpet for The Children’s Monologues on Monday (November 13) in New York City.

The actress wore a Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2018 dress heart print dress with light-hearted appeal and demure length.

Simple pumps and a rosy glow were all that were needed to complete this look.

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Anne Hathaway In Valentino & Emily Blunt In Peter Pilotto – Jessica Chastain & Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo’s Wedding

Over the weekend, Jessica Chastain and Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo celebrated their wedding in northern Italy, with both Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt in attendance.

‘La dolce vita’ was alive and well in both Anne and Emily’s looks, as they channeled a vibrant colour palette of bold reds, pink, and fuchsia.

I love how Anne added a striking turquoise necklace and Giuseppe Zanotti flat sandals to her Valentino Spring 2017 silk patterned gown, further enlivening its romantic, bohemian flare.

Emily took a more measured approach in her Peter Pilotto Fall 2017 foliage-printed dress that was beautiful in its colour saturation. However, I did prefer the original runway silhouette as I found it to be more inspired and interesting from top to toe. Rupert Sanderson metallic heels completed her look on a non-consequential note, when an equally bright shoe—even turquoise like her earrings—would have provided more splash.

Anne’s look won out for me. Which did you prefer?

Valentino flared silk gown
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Anne Hathaway In Luisa Beccaria – The Late Late Show with James Corden

Anne Hathaway made a guest appearance on ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ on Thursday (April 20) to promote her latest movie, ‘Colossal’.

Fashioned from pure silk and decorated with an exquisite butterfly and floral print, this Luisa Beccaria Spring 2014 dress has a bygone elegance.

Anne’s continued to set the sophistication barometer high with glossy waves and a bright red lip.

This might be my favourite look so far. Even moreso than the Armani Prive gown.

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Anne Hathaway In Vintage Halston – The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Anne Hathaway’s ‘Colossal’ promo tour continued with a guest appearance on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ yesterday (April 17).

The actress continued to tread the conscious path wearing a black dress from Halston’s archives.

I would’ve loved this toga-style dress had it featured a soft waterfall ruffle or some other detail that prevented this dress from looking like a piece of fabric wrapped around her body.

Only the Louboutins are saving this look.

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Anne Hathaway In Vintage – Good Morning America

Anne Hathaway continued promotions for her new film, ‘Colossal’, at ‘Good Morning America’ on Monday (April 17) in New York City.

As her fashion for this promo tour is dedicated to only sustainable, vintage, or archival looks, she took this morning to show off a vintage flea-market frock that was nothing short of a style steal at $15.

The vibrant floral motif throughout was a bright way to start the day, with a vintage Gucci belt a necessary addition to cinch in the waist of the loose dress.

I’m glad she opted to wear cherry-red Christian Louboutin pumps, as they really tied the look together with a sleeker edge.

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