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If you loved Anne Hathaway in The Devil Wears Prada, you’ve likely got Sept. 25 marked on your calendar: The actress’s next film, The Intern, has her playing another whip-smart fashionista in over her head. And to celebrate her return to fashionable form, she landed the September cover of InStyle, in which she talks about her struggle to fit in, being in a good place these days — and the perils of borrowed diamonds.
Having great style doesn’t have to come with a high price tag. And some of our favorite stars prove (over and over again) that you can still look fab without dropping serious cash. So to make that point, each week we’ll be featuring the best celeb style finds (all under $150) that we think should be added to your virtual cart — stat.
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PEOPLE readers have pointed it out. Red carpet commentators have pointed it out. But apparently, no one has pointed out that she’s an Amal Clooney lookalike to Anne Hathaway yet — she was surprised to hear it during an interview promoting her film Song One.
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Celebs Give Back: See How Anne Hathaway, Jessica Alba and More Style Their FEED Accessories and Help Fight Hunger!
Lauren Bush Lauren’s FEED organization has come up with several creative, shoppable collaborations to get the word out about ending world hunger. (Remember when she made a bike for Target? And “kookies” with Karlie Kloss?) And with her unique giving method — which donates a specific amount of money (clearly designated on the items) from each product sold, she’s earned a lot of celeb fans. They’ve taken their support for Lauren’s cause to the next level and posed decked out in FEED-wear for her holiday campaign.
Anne Hathaway Comes Clean About That Oscar Dress Drama (and Poses Topless In Crystals for Good Measure)
Anne Hathaway is covering Harper’s Bazaar’s “Daring Issue” this November, which seems appropriate for a star who has fearlessly chopped her hair, gone platinum just for a big event, committed to some very bold pants and been one of our red carpet “ones to watch” for years. And in the magazine’s November issue, she chats all about controversial style — including that infamous Oscar dress flip-flop.
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