Anne Hathaway built a stunning entrance at the Cannes Film Pageant on May possibly 19 when advertising and marketing her new movie, “Armageddon Time.” Hathaway, accompanied by her husband, Adam Shulman, arrived dressed in a custom made Armani Privé costume embellished with white sequins. The “WeCrashed” star paired the two-piece dress with a silky scarf that doubled as a coach as it trailed at the rear of her, rivaling the purple carpet by itself. Hathaway styled the strapless glimpse with silver slingback heels and Bulgari jewellery, like a Mediterranean Reverie necklace inlaid with a enormous, 100,000-carat sapphire à la Kate Winslet’s prized jewel in “Titanic,” aka The Coronary heart of the Ocean.
“A red carpet unique,” the model wrote on Instagram. “All eyes turn towards the Mediterranean Reverie necklace, a breathtaking piece from the new Bulgari Eden The Backyard of Miracles Higher Jewelry collection. Showcasing the enchanting splendor of a one of a kind stone — 107,15 stunning carats of royal blue cushion-slash sapphire from Sri Lanka — this extravagant generation will premiere in Cannes this night.”
Simplistic yet stylish, the glimpse is just a person of quite a few illustrations of Hathaway’s manner versatility. Preceding the competition, she teased a new type direction in a 3-piece Christopher John Rogers suit lined in rainbow polka-dots when marketing “WeCrashed.” At the worldwide premiere of the Apple Tv+ series in March, Hathaway manufactured an additional model assertion in a structural David Koma dress that showcased a thigh-high slit and an asymmetrical cutout throughout her bodice.
Guaranteeing the necklace was on comprehensive exhibit as she waved to the cameras, Hathaway — who’s played all manners of royalty, from the White Queen in “Alice in Wonderland” to Princess Mia Thermopolis in “The Princess Diaries” — evoked an undeniable air of regency on Thursday. See her ethereal purple carpet ensemble at the Cannes Film Competition forward.