Anne Hathaway: Eight Best Dresses at Oscars

Anne Hathaway, who successfully co-hosted the 2011 Oscars with James Franco on Sunday (February 27) at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles, made people keep her stunning looks in their minds thanks to her eight elegant Oscars dresses from a strapless red hot Valentino gown to a Lanvin black tuxedo.

Her wardrobe choices throughout the show helped this beauty look stunning behind handsome man Franco. Anne Hathaway is a talented woman co-starring with Jake Gyllenhaal. Besides, the star also showed off her singing and dancing ability by performing as a musical artist when she hosted the Oscars two years ago.

Oscar telecast producers Bruce Cohen and Don Mischer praised that Hathaway and Franco symbolized the next generation of fresh, exciting  and multi-talented Hollywood icons. Now, let’s take a look at the eight elegant Oscars dresses of Anne Hathaway.

Anne Hathaway wears a strapless red hot Valentino gown at the red carpet

Anne first appeared on the stage in the Givenchy haute couture autumn/winter 2009 strapless chiffon gown accessorized with crystals over the bodice

Anne wears a Lanvin black tuxedo with matching trousers and a Lanvin white tuxedo shirt. She completes her masculine look with the Brian Atwood black pumps covered in Swarovski crystals

Anne has a bright look in a strapless corset gown with black satin tiered ruffles, accessorized with a dazzling Tiffany necklace

The fifth beautiful gown she wears is one-shoulder gown with beaded tassle embroidery matched with her modern wavy tousled locks

Anne looks stunning in an Atelier Versace strapless burgundy gown with a fitted and embroided bodice

Anne Hathaway is beautiful in a purple sapphire Giorgio Armani Privé spring/summer 2011 gown behind James Franco

Anne’s fashionable finale is the slinky, long-sleeved, embellished black lace Tom Ford dress with a slick up-do



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Producers – Dan Murrell, Spencer Gilbert, Joe Starr, and Max Dionne
Written by Spencer Gilbert, Joe Starr, Dan Murrell
Edited by Kevin Williamsen and TJ Nordaker

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