Category: Gallery Update

Anne Attends St Jude’s Benefit

Anne and her husband Adam Shulman attended last night the LA Art Show & Los Angeles Fine Art Show’s 2016 Opening Night Premiere Party benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital held at Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles. She was looking amazing in a Marc Jacobs dress combined with Miu Miu shoes, and I have over 160 HQ pictures of her arrival in our gallery. Enjoy!

“The Intern” UK Premiere

Last Sunday (27) Anne and her co-star Robert De Niro was joined by director Nancy Meyers at the premiere of The Intern in London. Anne was stunning in a Jonathan Simkhai Embroidered Lace Dress from the Spring 2016 Collection, and lovely Solange Azagury-Partridge Jewelry. I have added almost 200 HQ pictures to the gallery.

“The Intern” Screening and After Party

The gallery was updated with photos of The Cinema Society And Ruffino hosted screening of The Intern this week in New York.

Anne interview on Good Morning America

Last week Anne visited Good Morning America, to promote The Intern. Watch it below and check related pictures added in our gallery:

‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ Promotional

Annie will be guest at tonight’s Jimmy Fallon show, and as the show was pre-taped, there’s some promotional images released yet, and added to our gallery. Also, some images from last night’s after party “The Intern” premiere has also been added.

AOL Build Presents ‘The Intern’

Earlier today Anne and director Nancy Meyers visited the AOL Build for a ‘The Intern’ Q&A and I have a few pictures added:

“The Intern” New York Premiere

The gallery was updated with over 300 HQ’s of Anne yesterday attending The Intern premiere in New York. She was looking amazing in a Rodarte black figure, check it:

Apple Store Soho Presents Meet The Filmmaker

This past week Anne and director Nancy Meyers attended the “Meet the Filmmakers” series at the Appe Store in Soho, New York, to talk about The Intern. I have a few pictures of the event added in our gallery:

Anne for Refinery29

Refinery29 published today an amazing interview with Anne, in an article named Anne Hathaway Is Our Kind Of Cool Girl, accompanied with an amazing photoshoot by Guy Aroch.

It seems as if Anne Hathaway has been portraying the fashion elite for as long as she’s been showing up on our screens. From that epic makeover scene in The Princess Diaries (not to mention the corduroy jacket that launched a million thrifting trips across the country) to The Devil Wears Prada, where she literally plays the gatekeeper to the most influential fashion editor of that fantasy world — and does it all in head-to-toe Chanel. Her transformations, too, have always taken a trajectory from plain to pretty — ditching the flannels, big sweaters, and knee socks for frills, ruffles, and glitter. But as Anne has shown in more recent years — and through complicated, nuanced roles that create a multifaceted image of what being a woman is — there’s more than one way to do pretty.

In honor of Anne’s on-screen fashion legacy, her real-world perspective about doing things her way, and our Fuck the Fashion Rules manifesto, we shot Anne in eight designers who might do big frills, big ruffles, and big glitter…but you’d be dead wrong to call them precious.

Check some excerpts of her interview below, and head over Refinery29 for the full article, also to see the video interview (which I cannot embed in here).

Hathaway is, clearly, the normest (and nicest) of normcore. While tooling around Long Island with her, it’s easy to forget that, at 32, she’s among the most accomplished actresses of her generation. In fact, it’s easy to forget that even when not tooling around with her, since social media doesn’t remind us daily that she’s appeared in dozens of films since her 2001 breakthrough in The Princess Diaries, a startling number of them critically acclaimed. She’s toggled between crowd-pleasers like The Devil Wears Prada and intense dramas like Brokeback Mountain and Interstellar. She’s been rewarded with one Oscar win (for Les Misérables in 2012) and another nomination (for Rachel Getting Married in 2008). But, at a time when media attention tends to favor extremes — aspirational goddesses like Beyoncé, selfie queens like Kim Kardashian, and impossibly cool girls like Jennifer Lawrence — Hathaway tries to disappear when she’s not working, a quality that doesn’t translate on Twitter and Instagram.

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