Anne Hathaway instantly stole the show in a classic LBD and matching corseted puffer coat as she graced the Sundance Film Festival to promote her latest thriller, Eileen.
The Oscar winner, 40, turned heads on the red carpet in the monochromatic Versace ensemble and flaunted her long, toned legs and sculpted figure in the process. She also detailed her darkly comedic new flick and why her role resonated with her in a special post-screening Q&A event.
Anne Hathaway Nails The Monochromatic Trend In Chic LBD And Corseted Puffer Jacket
Hathaway’s figure-hugging jacket helped highlight her tiny waist (and gave us epic winter style inspo, ofc!) After posing for photos in the piece, the Armageddon Time actress took it off to reveal her effortlessly chic little black dress, which featured glittery tweed fabric, a timeless checker-board pattern and a flirty, thigh-skimming hemline.
The frock also stood out thanks to its skimpy straps, low back design with mesh-paneling, and a studded metal hem. Under this, the Devil Wears Prada icon added sheer tights and edgy, lace-up, chunky, block heeled boots.
To accessorize her get-up, the Princess Diaries alum donned shiny silver rings and dazzling earrings, and wore her signature long, dark brunette tresses down, parted to the side and styled into elegant, loose waves. As for her makeup look, Hathaway rocked rosy eyeshadow, black liner, mascara, radiant blush and a coral lipstick hue.
Hathaway Discusses Emotional Significance Of Eileen And Details Her Role
After fans were treated to a screening of the homoerotic Eileen (based on the book of the same name by Otessa Moshfegh), Hathaway opened up about her reasons for choosing the project, and what her role (as a psychologist intriguingly drawn to a prison secretary) meant to her.
“I just remembered one of the very first questions I ever got asked when I started acting and had to do press was: Are you a good girl or a bad girl?” Hathaway said. “I was 16. And my 16-year-old self wanted to respond with this film.” The Lés Miserables star then said that she wanted to work with the Eileen director William Oldroyd’s after seeing his acclaimed 2016 drama, Lady MacBeth, which starred Florence Pugh.
“I thought it was an extraordinary work,” Hathaway went on. “I saw a study of female complication that hit me really, really deep, and I felt like Will was a filmmaker that could be trusted to tell complicated stories, especially about females.”