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27 posts tagged "Anne Hathaway"

Peeping Tom


The ever-secretive Tom Ford (who, as it happens, is approaching Fall ’13 much less secretively with a full-on fashion show during London Fashion Week in February) has given a first look at his Spring ’13 campaign. As in seasons past, Ford lensed the ads himself. With an air of retro futurism, the shots are sleek, sexy, and sophisticated—not unlike the mirror dress and gold bondage shoes (yes, the same pair Anne Hathaway wore in vegan-friendly black to her Les Mis premiere) Karlina Caune dons in the ad. The men’s images feature Simon Van Meervenne sprawled out in a silver suit. Ford’s spring campaign will launch this week on his website, and hit magazines in March.

Photo: Tom Ford

It Could Be A Golden Year For Fashion At The 2013 Globes


If the backlash after Kanye’s kilted appearance at last night’s 12-12-12 concert is any indication, dissecting celebrity style is a beloved American pastime. Lucky for us, it seems there’ll be lots to look at during the red-carpet arrivals at the 2013 Golden Globes. The nominees were announced today, and often on-point but always adventurous trendsetters like Anne Hathaway (of recent Givenchy and Tom Ford frock fame), Jessica Chastain, Julianne Moore and Marion Cotillard are all up for awards. See the full list of nominees here.

Photo: Ferdaus Shamim/WireImage

Breakfast At Tiffany’s, Starring Rachel Zoe


“When I was like 13, I got one of those Elsa Peretti heart necklaces from my parents for my bat mitzvah,” Rachel Zoe told this morning at Tiffany & Co. on Fifth Avenue. “It was one of the first serious pieces of jewelry that I ever had.”

And her affinity for the storied jewelry label hasn’t lessened since her teenage years: “I want one of everything; I was like trying to break into the cases this morning,” she joked. Zoe was on hand, along with Tiffany’s vice president Richard Moore, to unveil her window installations—which pay tribute to five decades of Hollywood glamour. The five windows (also on display at the brand’s flagship stores in Beverly Hills, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Singapore, and London) celebrate the glitz of Hollywood from the thirties through the seventies, with diamonds and pearls to match. The highlight: the 1960′s window, which showcases Jean Schlumberger’s iconic Fleur de Mer brooch for Elizabeth Taylor (pictured, below). The diamond and sapphire clip, bought by her husband, Richard Burton, was acquired by Christie’s (in celebration of its 175th anniversary) in the recent Christie’s auction of the famed actress’ jewelry and clothing collection.

On the subject of movie star style from bygone eras, Zoe (who was wearing a vintage black Alaïa dress) said before heading to the breakfast portion of the event, “Old Hollywood jewelry was very matched and all about sets. Now, it’s all about mixing and matching your jewels.” As for starlet style today, and by that we mean the upcoming Oscars, her lips were sealed: “It’s really all over the board; you never know what to expect because there’s always ball gowns, fishtails, column dresses, etc. We will have to wait and see.” She did reveal, however, that the red carpet will likely be missing one of its top stars this time around—Zoe’s client and last year’s Oscars co-host Anne Hathaway.

Photos: Gary Gershoff /WireImage (Zoe); Courtesy of Tiffany & Co. (window)

Valentino: The Museum


Today in New York, Valentino Garavani and Giancarlo Giammetti announce the new, virtual Valentino Museum, a downloadable foray into the designer’s world. After downloading the application at, users connect to an online database that includes more than 300 archival dresses as well as sketches, illustrations, advertising campaigns, editorials, and red carpet moments from the house’s history. Anne Hathaway, Vogue Italia‘s Franca Sozzani, and Google’s Amit Sood join Garavani and Giammetti at the Museum of Modern Art at 11 a.m. EST to announce the new project; the press conference live-streams below. The application will be available for downloading immediately afterwards.

Galliano’s Apology, Gaga’s Runway Debut, Anja’s Issue, And More…


John Galliano broke his silence today, issuing an “unreserved apology” for the anti-Semitic slurs that cost him his job. He’s now “seeking help,” and vowing to fight his firing from Dior. [WWD]

In case you missed the Tweet heard ’round the world, tonight’s Mugler show will have a very special runway model. You guessed it—creative director Nicola Formichetti’s best client, Lady Gaga, who also directed the show’s music. (She’ll debut a new track, “Government Hooker.”) [@LadyGaga]

Rachel Zoe, who got her client Anne Hathaway Oscar-host-ready, lets us in on the secrets, including that you’ve got to be able to dance as an Oscar host. She and Hathaway put her custom Brian Atwood shoes to the test in several run-throughs to be sure they were soft-shoe ready. [EW via Styleite]

Speaking of the Oscars, it was a pretty great night for The King’s Speech. So no wonder that the world is clamoring to get all of its regal regalia in order—a new auction will sell off some of the bags and lingerie (!) of Wallis Simpson, for whom Edward VIII abdicated, leaving the throne to his stuttering brother, George VI. [AP via Racked]

And add another key bullet point to the already crammed r#233;sumé of Anja Rubik (left): Vogue Australia has dedicated its entire new issue to the Polish beauty. [Modelinia]

Photo: Luca Cannonieri /