Look: Anne Hathaway Paired a Sheer Net Dress With Leather Opera Gloves

The actress attended the premiere of her new film, ‘She Came to Me.’
Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway.

Anne Hathaway is quickly becoming the queen of the red carpet. The actress slayed at Paris Fashion Week and the Sundance Film Festival last month, and upped the ante yet again on Feb. 16.

Hathaway attended the She Came to Me premiere during the Berlin International Film Festival looking absolutely dazzling. The actress, who stars in the Rebecca Miller-directed project, rocked a sheer floor-length couture Valentino gown that featured intricate netted bow detailing. 

The 40-year-old wore a nude-colored bodysuit underneath and accessorized with a pair of leather opera gloves and pointed-toe black pumps. The picture of Hollywood glamour, Hathaway was dripping in Bulgari jewelry and looked like a modern-day Audrey Hepburn.

Hairstylist Adir Abergel swept the Academy Award-winning star’s locks into a chic up-do, while makeup artist Florrie White kept her glam simple with dewy skin and a peachy-pink lip. Hathaway’s stylist, Erin Walsh, shared the striking ensemble on Instagram the day after the event.

“It was all a dream. 🖤🖤🖤...” she wrote. “It’s giving fashion, it’s giving fantasy, it’s giving the moment. Greetings from Berlin.”

“Unreal,” wrote actress Lucy Hale.

“She exudes ✨class✨,” commented someone else.

“I mean, every single time y’all serve us up a whole meal 😍,” gushed singer Maggie Koerner.

Walsh followed up with a video of the actress taking photos with her husband, Adam Shulman, and footage of Hathaway walking the red carpet as she expertly posed for paparazzi snaps. The stylist backtracked the footage to Beyoncé’s “ALIEN SUPERSTAR.”

She Came to Me is in theaters now. The romantic comedy also stars Peter Dinklage, Marisa Tomei and Joanna Kulig.

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