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Old Hollywood Glam
After a movie-spoofing opening, Anne Hathaway, who was styled by Rachel Zoe and associate stylist for the event, Jill Lincoln, entered as co-emcee in a vanilla-colored bustier Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci gown, and accessorized with a Tiffany diamond ring and earrings, a diamond bracelet from the Tiffany Archives, and Brian Atwood peep-toes. It screamed old Hollywood glam, which seems fitting for the film industry's biggest night.
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For her second number, Hathaway stepped out in a more menswear-inspired look — a custom tux by Lanvin. But she kept her accessories definitively feminine with Tiffany jewels and custom Brian Atwood heels decked out in Swarovski crystals.
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In her third ensemble, Hathaway wore a Vivienne Westwood corseted Couture gown with embroidered lace and sequins that was specifically made for her in London. She sparkled in a diamond and amethyst necklace from the Tiffany Archives, as well as a Tiffany yellow sapphire and diamond ring. To top it off, she walked the stage in Jimmy Choo platforms.
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Hathaway kept things swingy in a silver beaded tassel dress by Oscar de la Renta, and complemented the glittery look in Tiffany jewels and gold Jimmy Choo peep-toes.
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Lady In Red
After walking the red carpet in the favorite hue of the night, Hathaway took to the stage in slightly different version of red — a burgundy silk chiffon gown by Atelier Versace, with Tiffany jewels and Casadei pumps.
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Hathaway looked positively regal in this sapphire Giorgio Armani Privé custom satin dress with Armani Privé platform heels. To keep with the glam look, she wore Tanzanite and diamond earrings, a black onyx and diamond bracelet, and a diamond and blue sapphire ring, all by Tiffany.
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To close the big night, Hathaway wore Tiffany jewels with a lace and crystal dress and sandals by a man who knows a thing or two about fashion and film — designer Tom Ford, who recently launched his eponymous women's wear line and also directed last year's Oscar-nommed hit, A Single Man. Which was your favorite look?
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