34 posts tagged "Anne Hathaway"
Jenny Lewis’ “Just One of the Guys” music video featuring Anne Hathaway, Kristen Stewart, and Brie Larson debuted on YouTube today and quickly went viral. Vogue.com already pointed out Hathaway’s graphic eye makeup (a darker take on the look recently seen at Atelier Versace), but the real beauty standout in this star-studded production: her braided rattail. As part of Hathaway’s gender-bender transformation around the 0:43 second mark, she sports a faux handlebar mustache, striped tracksuit, flat-bill Adidas snapback, and yes, the universally loathed miniature strand. We aren’t surprised she went for it, as the actress has been known to push the envelope—even attempting a few breakdance moves toward the end of the song. Further investigation also revealed the rattail was all Hathaway’s idea—at least that’s what Lewis told E! Online. Tonight we’ll be busy re-creating the A-lister’s cat-eye with a pot of black gel liner…and admiring her shoulder-grazing tail on repeat from afar.
Between film premieres, parties, and celeb-studded events around the globe, this week was full of memorable hair and makeup looks (including Nina Dobrev’s little black bow and Dita Von Teese’s dark berry lips). Here, we recap five more of our favorite beauty moves.
Emma Watson; The Late Show With David Letterman; New York, NY
Watson has been (successfully) experimenting with bold lip color as of late. She recently wore a juicy orange shade to the New York premiere of Noah and paired a tux with classic crimson for an appearance on The Late Show.
Hanneli Mustaparta; DIFFA’s Dining by Design Gala dinner; New York, NY
We love seeing loose, beachy waves with a formal gown—Hanneli’s glowy skin is just icing on the cake.
Jennifer Connelly; New York premiere of Noah; New York, NY
A simple side part and fresh makeup were the perfect complement to Connelly’s custom Louis Vuitton dress.
Lindsay Ellingson; Tiffany & Co. and Rachel Zoe Celebrate Living in Style; New York, NY
Mega lashes and pinned-back hair took us back to the sixties vibes we saw at Gucci FW14.
Anne Hathaway; Miami Walk of Fame Inauguration; Miami, FL
Well, that was fast. Not even a full month after debuting a red-carpet-stealing platinum-blonde dye job at this year’s Met Gala, Anne Hathaway is back to brunette. [NYDN]
Dita Von Teese does all of her own makeup, has been treating rosacea with the help of a dermatologist in Orange County for years, and stockpiles products from choice brands—as well as her own cosmetics range. So it shouldn’t be surprising that the burlesque queen had a little trouble selecting her top three beauty essentials during a recent interview. “Three? Oh my god, it’s more like 300! I have a lot of things that I absolutely can’t do without.” [Daily Mail]
The title of “Kate the Great” heretofore belongs to Ms. Middleton, not Ms. Moss. According to a new survey, the Duchess of Cambridge now beats out the super-est of them all when it comes to Britain’s most influential beauty icon. [Telegraph]
The sea of Givenchy dresses aside, last night’s Met gala was as much about beauty as it was about fashion—which shouldn’t be that much of a surprise; after all, punk’s lasting legacy has done just as much for the advancement of black eyeliner and hair color as it has for studs and safety pins. Miley’s spikes, Madonna’s black bob, and Diane von Furstenberg’s epic curls come to mind as some of the evening’s biggest beauty moments, although there was plenty more to talk about—or text about, as it were; we were engaged in a steady stream of phone commentary with no less than three style-savvy friends at once as the chaos and couture unfolded on the red carpet. Below, we’ve listed a few of our favorite punk trends, reimagined for the red carpet—and in face-off form—because while the Met isn’t an awards show, per se, there’s nothing wrong with a little friendly competition.
The Look: Peroxide Goes Platinum
The Contenders: Anne Hathaway vs. Nicole Richie
Nicole Richie and her hairstylist, Luke Chamberlain, set out to make a color statement on the red carpet via Chamberlain’s silver-white, spray-in streaks, but the night’s mane event belonged to Anne Hathaway, who showed up to the Metropolitan Museum of Art with a brand-new, bright blonde dye job. “I decided to go for a look that [was] glam, edgy, and yet very youthful and fun,” celebrity hairstylist Sascha Breuer explained of the slicked up style she gave Hathaway’s crop, which was freshly bleached courtesy of Marie Robinson.
Nobody loves a theme party quite like the fashion set, which is why tastemakers and Oscar Award-winning actresses alike turned out in full force for Giancarlo Giammetti’s recent Pop Art party at his London home, which was shot by Vanity Fair. We were particularly impressed with Anne Hathaway’s and Margherita Missoni’s interpretations of the Warholian movement, which included some very inventive face-painting skills. Who do you think interpreted the silk-screened effect better?