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Rachel Zoe Makes a Bride and Groom of Kate and Anne

01/07/2009 at 01:17 PM ET

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When Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway hit the New York premiere of their movie Bride Wars, we couldn’t help but notice the dichotomy between Kate’s white-and-navy Oscar de la Renta gown and Anne’s simple Band of Outsiders tuxedo. Of course, it wasn’t a coincidence. Rachel Zoe, who styled both Kate and Anne for the premiere, tells WWD that the ladies, in fact, wanted to play off the archetypes of bride and groom! “Kate had this idea in her head. She wanted to play off the whole bridal theme of the movie and do something over the top. It had the drama of a bridal gown but it wasn’t totally bridal,” said Rachel. “It was Annie’s idea to do a tuxedo and my initial reaction was that they were going to look like a bride and groom…and she liked that.” We can’t wait to see what these two fashion plates have up their sleeves for the rest of their red carpets. Tell us: What do you think of Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway’s bride and groom premiere look?

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