Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Anne Hathaway took to the red carpet at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City yesterday evening for her co-star Hugh Jackman, who was honoured for his admirable work in the entertainment industry at the 27th annual Museum of the Moving Image black-tie salute.

She upstaged him by dazzling the paparazzi wearing a Nina Ricci Spring 2013 dress.

The spaghetti-strap blush-coloured dress, decorated with thousands of shiny bright sequins, was yet another fashion-forward look for Anne.

No more princess dresses for her, it would seem.

Wearing vegan-friendly Stella McCartney shoes, the rest of her accessories included a gold Jill Milan box clutch, and Kwiat jewels.

This is the first time I haven’t been too enamoured by Anne’s hair. The style feels a bit flat against this sparkling dress.

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Anne Hathaway hit the red carpet wearing another daring look for the New York premiere of ‘Les Miserables’ held at the Ziegfeld Theatre yesterday evening.

On this occasion the risk paid off for me.

Opting for a look so far away from her goody-two-shoes image, she wore a dark and mysterious Tom Ford Spring 2013 dress.

The black taffeta cape-back dress with a thigh-high slit was styled with a sexy pair of Tom Ford knee-high bondage-style boots and Fred Leighton jewels.

With lacquered hair, the actress completed her look with on-trend dark rouge lips.

The only thing that was missing from this gothic look was black nail polish; however, Anne opted for no polish at all.

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Anne Hathaway was at The Roundhouse in Camden, London for the after party following the world premiere of ‘Les Miserables’ yesterday evening.

Having disliked her red carpet look immensely, I’m glad I don’t have the same strong reaction to this Altuzarra Spring 2013 ensemble.

The look features a blue-and-gold embellished bustier top worn under a black high-waisted skirt with seamed details which are more visible on the runway.

Her favourite custom Casadei midnight-blue satin pumps and a gold Jill Milan 450 Sutter clutch accessorized her look, along with a selection of silver rings.

Still as stunning as ever, she opted for a fresh-faced look to complete her party look.

Thank you for all your comments on the previous Anne post. Despite our views not being shared, I appreciate your respectful comments. Have no fear she will be put up for BDOTW.

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My heart sank when I saw Anne Hathaway on the red carpet this evening for the world premiere of ‘Les Miserables’ in London’s Leicester Square.

After being slightly disappointed by Amanda Seyfried’s look I was expecting to be blown away by Anne, but sadly it never happened.

The actress wore a white satin Givenchy Spring 2012 Couture beaded cold-shoulder halter gown with an open back.

From all angles this unflattering look sends shivers down my spine; not in a good way.

I hate to say it, but this is my least favourite look from Anne ever. I’m crying inside.

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Anne Hathaway attended a ‘Les Misérables’ screening after party held at Porterhouse in New York City on Sunday evening, which was also attended by Anna Wintour.

The American Vogue December 2012 cover girl wore a Spring 2013 dress by The Row.

Her inky-blue billowing evening dress, with pom-pom-like embellishments on the smock sleeves, was accented with a vintage silver belt.

A Jill Milan clutch and Graziela Gems rings accessorized her look.

This is one of my favourite looks from Anne in a long while. It has a charming medieval feel to it, plus her styling was impeccable.

I also love how her pixie crop is constantly evolving.

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Anne Hathaway attended a press conference to promote their latest movie, ‘Les Miserables’, in Tokyo, Japan earlier today with co-stars Amanda Seyfried and Hugh Jackman.

Showcasing a different style from the pixie cut she’s been sporting for a while now, the actress wore a black Antonio Berardi Spring 2013 frock.

The dress has a lot going on with the spaghetti straps, the thicker halter straps which criss-cross at the back, the keyhole detail and the mesh panel in the skirt.

My first reaction to this is why oh why didn’t wear the Manonlo Blahnik runway light-blue sandals.

Her black peep-toes take the zing out of the look.

My second thought was that the dress would’ve had a more defined waist had she maybe gone down a size.

Nonetheless it was a great day for Mr Berardi as this was his second look to grace the red carpet by an A-list star.

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