Anne Hathaway was not only the youngest host ever of the Oscars, but as a woman, she was rare company for her male co-host. The show is traditionally hosted by men and only a handful the fairer sex have ever had the privilege of taking the lead.
Anne Hathaway’s 7 dresses
So naturally, Anne Hathaway made the most of this golden opportunity and flaunted her glamorous red carpet style.
From walking the red carpet in a 2002 Valentino gown, all the way to her Versace dress at the Governors Ball and Vanity Fair Oscar party, you have to give credit to Rachel Zoe, Hathaway’s stylist, for making sure her protégé looked stunning at every turn.
With seven (yes seven!) looks in total, here’s the run down on Hathaway’s sstunning Oscars outfits:
The actress arrived on the red carpet in a scarlet Valentino gown, before buttoning into a intricately embroidered ivory gown from Givenchy.
Then the starlet wowed the room in a Lanvin tux with custom Brian Atwood pumps.
She went back to glam with her gray Vivienne Westwood corseted couture gown with embroidered lace and sequins (It was custom-made for her!)
Anne Hathaway’s dizzying dress changes caught everyone’s eye
Rounding out the looks were a gold fringed gown by Oscar de la Renta and off-the-shoulder cobalt satin dress from Armani Privé Couture.
Not done yet! She rocked a strapless burgundy beaded gown from Atelier Versace before ending the night with a Tom Ford gunmetal lace and crystal long-sleeve gown.
Which look did you like the best on Anne Hathaway?