Anne Hathaway's Oscars Lookbook

One of the most talked about celebrities during Oscars night is no other than the awards show co-host, Anne Hathaway.

Chosen as the show's host, Anne was advised to have as many dress changes possible! She followed the advice and even raise the bar. Her outfit choices are so fab! Actually, I'm starting to think if they're really that nice, or Anne looks amazing in whatever piece that she wears- even if it's made out of trashbags!


On the red carpet, Anne wore a hot red strapless gown by Valentino. Accompanied with a string of diamonds, her look was completed with a red shade on the lips and a low bun.

Anne's second look (and also the show opener) was a vanilla-colored bustier gown Givenchy Haute Couture 2009 by Riccardo Tisci, with Tiffany Archives jewelry and Brian Atwood peep-toes. Her gown is stunning! I love every detail on the bodice.

For her third look, Anne wore a menswear-inspired dress - a custom tux by Lanvin. She made the tailored suit effeminate with gorgeous Swarovski crystal-encrusted Brian Atwood heels.


Anne's fourth appearance on stage was with a Vivienne Westwood Couture off-the-shoulder ball gown with a corseted bodice and embroidered lace and sequins. This gown was specifically made for Anne in London. She looked very sparkly with Tiffany Archives jewelry and Jimmy Choo platforms.


For Anne's fifth look, she donned an Oscar de la Renta Fall 2011 silver beaded tassel embroidered dress, with Jimmy Choo shoes and of course- Tiffany Archives jewelry.


Anne chose a burgundy silk chiffon Atelier Versace gown for her sixth look. She accompanied this piece with Tiffany jewels and Casadei pumps. Another dress of hers that I adore! It looks so elegant and grand!


Anne's seventh look was a custom-made purple sapphire Armani Prive gown and Armani Prive heels. She added shimmer to her ensemble with none other than Tiffany jewelry. Anne Hathaway looks so regal here!


Finally, Anne's last number was a smokey grey lace and crystal gown designed by Tom Ford. Completing her look were Tom Ford sandals and Tiffany jewels.


So what do you think about Anne's array of designer dresses? I totally loved every change! Wish I could have them all in my closet, then I'd be a really really wild about retail!



  1. She looked gorgeous and lovely bright colours with great solid designs.

  2. True! The designs complemented her beauty well.