Anne Hathaway is selling her new movie The Witches, however social distancing in the course of the pandemic means all crimson carpet premieres are canceled. Understanding this, she enlisted her stylist, Rebecca Corbin-Murray, a glam group, and a photographer, Greg Williams, to assist her stage a beautiful moment on the Harrods rooftop in London in celebration of the HBO Max film’s launch. “No premiere, no drawback,” she wrote on Instagram beneath a photograph of herself in a fall 2019 Ralph & Russo Couture robe that may really solely be described as dramatic. Dramatic and complex! The Ralph & Russo group adopted up with behind-the-scenes seems from the atelier the place group members created the robe from raspberry tulle, showcasing its elaborate design particulars.
We’re by no means stunned that Anne and Rebecca set their sights on this quantity as soon as they determined to go daring, and we will not assist however observe the apparent: if Anne had been at a typical film premiere pre-COVID, her look could not have been fairly so sensational. Consider all of the easier LBDs on crimson carpets previous. However that simply speaks to our present second and the concept that we’re all utilizing trend as a way of escapism throughout these making an attempt instances. Maybe now greater than ever, it is vital for celebrities to work with their stylists to dream up charming seems for his or her followers. In spite of everything, we immediately added The Witches to our must-watch record after appreciating Anne’s costume and questioning simply how a lot it’d seize the spirit of the character she performs. Shade us intrigued.