Anne Hathaway + haute couture = one dramatic and ferocious fashion shoot.
The commentary will be light in this post, because there’s only so many ways to say “beautiful” “dramatic” “emotional” “glamorous” and similar words that describe this superb photo shoot. So sit back, relax, and enjoy a darker, more intense Anne Hathaway than the one you’re used to.
Stunning gown, and the veil is fantastic. It makes her look like she has some seriously badass facial tattoos.
You can barely tell the difference between Anne and the statue behind her, because her poise and stillness mimics theirs. I love this gown on her, but I must say, her hands look enormous.
Her eyebrows look great, but I don’t want to watch Anne Hathaway get bondaged-up in lace. At least, not in such close proximity to statutes that it looks like they’re in some weird, frozen orgy.
Gorgeous. If it had color, it would look like an Andy Warhol representation of Anne Hathaway. The way the veil makes her features look all pixelated is just fascinating.
Okay, I liked the veils at first, but this is unfortunately placed and makes her look like she has a mustache. That’s not really Anne’s best look.
Heartbreaking and breathtaking. Her expression really is fantastic – she knows how to use her acting skills to make her a better model.
Love that Gucci shrug more than life itself (for a photo shoot, not necessarily for real life). I’m not a big fan of sheer skirts over diapers, but I love those thigh highs, so it’s worth it.
Phenomenal. This would make a perfect ad for Nina Ricci – nothing jumps out from the pages of a magazine more than a sad girl in a stunning dress.
All photographs by Marcus Piggott and Mert Alas for Interview, via Tom & Lorenzo.