Anne Hathaway Incorporated Denim Into Formal Wear and We’re Obsessed

The award-winning actress wore the ensemble for a segment on ‘Good Morning America.’
Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway

Actress Anne Hathaway is somewhat of a fashionista these days, and the Golden Globe Award winner appeared on Good Morning America in style earlier this week.

For her segment on Oct. 3, Hathaway wore a chic mixed-materials blazer and pant set by Dion Lee. The cropped black blazer featured a denim corset panel, while the matching hybrid trousers included the same black-and-jean combo with a denim waistband. Stylist Erin Walsh paired the super chic ensemble with black platform open-toed heels and a pair of simple sunglasses. Hathaway wore her chestnut locks in loose waves, while her makeup featured lots of rosy blush and a pink-nude lip.

Walsh showed off her client’s fashionable look on Instagram, where she credited the snaps to Michael Stewart, and followers couldn’t get enough of the outfit.

“LIKE WHAT COULD SHE BE CHICER?” one excited user commented.

“Is a good lewk!” another added.

"Obsessed with this look on her!” someone else declared.

The luxury brand posted its own carousel of images of The Devil Wears Prada star’s ensemble, to which one fan quipped, “miranda priestly would be proud,” in reference to the 2006 film starring Hathaway and Meryl Streep.

Whether she’s walking the red carpet, attending the Met Gala or posting a bare-faced selfie for her social media followers, Hathaway always has great style. During her GMA segment on Tuesday, she and costar Marisa Tomei discussed their new rom-com film, She Came to Me, which is out today.

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Cara O’Bleness


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