Anne Hathaway's Les Miserables Red Carpet Style: Which Look Is Best?
Anne Hathaway is earning a lot of buzz for Les Miserables -- and not just for her acting chops.
The Oscar-nominee, 30, has been stepping out to promote the epic movie musical in a series of very bold ensembles.
Hitting the red carpet for the world premiere of Les Mis in London on Wednesday, Dec. 5, the newlywed leading lady stunned in a backless white Givenchy dress with all-over pearl beading and draped, off-the-shoulder sleeves.
That same night, at the star-studded after-party for the premiere, the petite A-lister swapped her floor-length gown for a short, strapless blue-and-gold Altuzarra frock that showed off her super-slim figure. (Hathaway famously lost 25 pounds from her already-tiny frame to play Fantine, a prostitute dying of tuberculosis.)
"I still feel the stress over 'Am I thin enough? Am I too thin? Is my body the right shape?'" Hathaway admits in the January issue of Glamour. "There's an obsessive quality to it that I thought I would've grown out of by now. It's an ongoing source of shame for me."
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Five days after the London screening, at the Dec. 10 premiere of Les Mis in New York City, the star turned heads in a black taffeta Tom Ford gown with a cape-style back and a thigh-high slit that showed off her sexy, bondage-inspired boots. (Hathaway's risque look that night was the talk of the town, but more for what she wasn't wearing than what she was: Arriving at the event, the underwear-less actress accidentally flashed her private parts to photographers as she exited her limo outside the Ziegfield Theatre.)
She sported a much more conservative look the day after her wardrobe malfunction, donning a glittering, sequin-embellished Nina Ricci number to celebrate Les Mis co-star Hugh Jackman at the Museum of the Moving Image. She accessorized the delicate, flirty frock with a simple silver clutch and gold Stella McCartney strappy sandals.