Anne Hathaway’s Most Iconic Looks Through Time
It’s an Anne-birth if we’ve ever seen one! After introducing himself and very sincerely showing out at the Cannes Film Festival last month, there was one legendary brunette actress on our minds and only one legendary brunette actress. At one time, she was the princess of 2000s girl movies like the unforgettable Mia Thermopoulis in princess diaries and everyone’s favorite Andy Sachs in fashion favorite The devil wears Prada, before she was thrown into a sudden spiral of vitriol, becoming an actress the public loved to hate after a chaotic and probably too serious Oscar acceptance speech and the Prada dress she decided to wear to the evening.
But we don’t pay attention to “Hathahate”, especially not in 2022! There are plenty of reasons audiences have turned their ruthlessly critical noses on the actor over the years—too earnest, too perfect, a rom-com queen (who knew that might be a bad thing), but her style has never been one of them (with the exception, again, of that oddly incendiary Prada dress), and through it all, she’s eclipsed judgment to assume her rightful place as fashion favourite. Below, we round up some of Anne Hathaway’s most iconic looks on and off the screen.
A still of princess diaries where she played Princess Mia Thermopoulis of Genovia.
Wearing Giorgio Armani at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival.
Like Andy Sachs in The devil wears Prada.
Wearing Valentino to the 2011 Oscars.
Fashion legends only at Ella, enchanted first.
With Valentino co-founder Giancarlo Giammetti.
With a blowout of all red carpet blowouts.
At the 2004 Teen Choice Awards.
In the ill-fitting Prada dress at the 2013 Oscars that blew up the internet.
In a dark pink dress, quintessential 00s.