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 womenswear line and also directed last year’s Oscar-nommed hit, A Single Man. Does Hathaway pull off this lacey look?
And now that her parade of dresses has come to an end, what do you guys think of her choices? For a refresher, browse below for the six other looks from the night, and be sure to cast your vote in our upcoming gallery on your favorite Hathaway gown of the night.
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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. It’s a different look for the actress, so what say you, PopWatchers?
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. How did Hathaway fare?
Hello, 70s glam! 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. It was a nice change of pace from the last voluminous look, but what do you guys think? Does this work?
Not only is Hathaway co-host, but she’s also practically fashion royalty in Hollywood so it’s no surprise that designers flocked to create custom looks for the starlet.
In her third ensemble, she wore a Vivienne Westwood corseted Couture gown with embroidered lace and sequins that was specifically made for Hathaway 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. Do you guys like this ball gown look?
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. Do you guys think her more masculine get-up works?
After a movie-spoofing opening, 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. What do you guys think?
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