Anne Hathaway looks like she stepped out of her movie The Devil Wears Prada as she wears a Valentino minidress and flirty bangs.










Anne Hathaway was active on Instagram on Friday when she shared a new photo carousel with her 21.5 million followers.

The 39-year-old actress modeled a long-sleeved floral mini dress by Valentino while giving the designer a shout out: ‘ThankYouForever @maisonvalentino,’ she wrote in her caption.

The star also wore flirty bangs that made her resemble her Devil Wears Prada character, Andrea Sachs.

Social media: Anne Hathaway was active on Instagram on Friday when she shared a new photo carousel with her 21.5 million followers.

Devilishly Good: Anne with Meryl Streep, left, in the 2006 film The Devil Wears Prada

Devilishly Good: Anne with Meryl Streep, left, in the 2006 film The Devil Wears Prada

Anne also expressed her gratitude in other languages. She wrote, ‘Grazie/Merci,’ between two pink heart emojis.

The Modern Love star made sure to give credit to every single person involved in putting together the look, from her hair to her jewelry.

Orlando Pita styled his dark locks into a ponytail, rounded off by long bangs that framed the face and lengthened at the outer ends.

Mary Wiles took care of her face and gave the wonder a pop of color with a bold pink lip stain.

On trend: The 39-year-old actress modeled a long-sleeved floral mini dress by Valentino

On trend: The 39-year-old actress modeled a long-sleeved floral mini dress by Valentino

The Princess Diaries alum showed off her svelte figure with the designer’s strands, adding a pair of black tights over her endless legs.

The dress was cinched at the waist with a skinny pink-striped belt that had a buckle shaped like the brand’s logo.

A crisp white collar finished off the number, and Anne added a pair of tall, chunky black leather boots.

Photo ready: She seemed to have done a full photo shoot with the look, complete with the help of a glam squad

Photo ready: She seemed to have done a full photo shoot with the look, complete with the help of a glam squad

The couture moment was styled by Erin Walsh, who also took to Instagram on Friday to show off her client’s style.

She wrote, ‘ICONIC. That’s it. A great couple of days in my favorite city in the world.’

The photos were taken in New York City, Hathaway’s hometown.

In some movies, he added a long black double-breasted pea coat with large gold buttons.

And she accessorized with a bright yellow bag from the fashion range, casually tossing it over her shoulder for a few photos.

Grateful: in his caption he wrote: 'ThankYouForever @maisonvalentino'

Grateful: in his caption he wrote: ‘ThankYouForever @maisonvalentino’

Hathaway showed off all of her gorgeous angles for her fans, giving them a variety of catches to swoon over.

Several were taken in front of a beige garage with horizontal lines running the length of it.

She took a selfie in a mirror in a dressing room as Anne smiled confidently.

The final photo of the slideshow featured the brunette beauty leaning back in a black director’s chair while propping her head on her hand.

Cute!  The final photo of the slideshow featured the brunette beauty leaning back in a black director's chair while propping her head on her hand.

Cute! The final photo of the slideshow featured the brunette beauty leaning back in a black director’s chair while propping her head on her hand.

Anne has a history with Valentino.

In 2013, she was supposed to wear a Valentino dress to the Oscars, but she opted for a pink Prada dress instead.

The star then sent out a statement about her choice.

“It came to my attention on Saturday night that she would be wearing a dress to the Oscars that is remarkably similar to the Valentino she had intended to wear, so I decided it was best for everyone involved to change my plans,” Hathaway said. .

“While I love the dress I wore, it was a difficult last minute decision as I very much wanted to wear Valentino in honor of the deep and meaningful relationship I have enjoyed with the house and with Valentino himself. I deeply regret any disappointment caused.

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