Style Double Shot: Anne Hathaway

Posted on September 23, 2015

“The Intern” star Anne Hathaway visits ABC Studios for an appearance on “Good Morning America” in New York City, New York.

 

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Okay, it’s literally the first day of fall an we’re already sick of looking at all the leather skirts and dresses all the celebugals are sporting. It’s a cute enough blouse – although it looks a little snug on her – but that skirt is horrible. And red pumps with a lip print? That’s … one way you could have gone, dear. Not the most interesting way, but there you go. It’s a combination pieces that are either too interesting for their own good or not interesting enough, all fighting with each other. Do not like.

But this is Vogue-cover chic compared to what she wore on the red carpet:

 

Anne Hathaway attends a screening of Warner Bros. Pictures “The Intern” hosted by The Cinema Society And Ruffino in New York City in Valentino.

 

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Annie, go back to Rachel Zoe. You were practically a fashion icon back then.

We’re not mad at you, dear. We’re mad at the dress. And your stylist. And okay, a little bit at you. This is hiddy.

In other news, we think we should sue whoever designed the logo for this movie for lifting our logo font so brazenly.

 

Style Credits:
Valentino Sheer Embellished Look from the Resort 2016 Collection
Jimmy Choo Black Pumps

[Photo Credit: GG/FAMEFLYNET PICTURES, Getty Images, Valentino]

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