As a senior vogue options author for one of many glossiest magazines, I can say with authority that the editorial staff beneath Miranda Priestly at ‘Runway’ would love the current fashion zeitgeist. The stealth wealth! The micro shorts! The physique consciousness of all of it!
But, none extra so than our favorite resident EIC private assistant, Andy Sachs. As per Anne Hathaway’s latest ensemble, it seems that she shares that sentiment.
Throughout a current outing in New York, the real-life ‘Andrea’ stepped out to advertise her upcoming movie Eileen sporting one of many biggest trends of the season, and a bit of nod to The Devil Wears Prada, too.
Although her character within the thrilling Ottessa Moshfegh adaption is a wicked but glamorous jail psychiatrist dwelling within the 60s, Hathaway has thrown it again to 2006 by stepping out in a pantless look paired with main boots.
Us: “Are you sporting the—” Hathaway: “The Proenza Schouler boots? Yeah I’m”.
Much like the 2005 Resort Chanel boots Hathaway wore within the movie, the actress opted for a thigh-grazing size paired with Y2K slouch.
The truth that the pair are from Proenza Schouler makes the sartorial Easter egg that rather more juicy. For the uninitiated, Proenza Schouler’s Lazaro Hernandez first piqued the curiosity of Anna Wintour (whom Meryl Streep’s character was modelled on) after approaching her on a aircraft.
What higher method for Andy to curry Miranda’s favour than embracing the designs of one among her self-appointed protégés?
As for the highest half of the look, Hathaway regarded to an outsized crimson crimson oxford shirt from Valentino. The addition of the outsized rosette on the color might be interpreted as a homage to a different one among Manhattan’s fictional vogue greats, Carrie Bradshaw, however we’d favor to think about that is what Andy would put on after devilishly staying the night time at Christian Thompson’s home.
Although Hathaway is at present selling one other movie, we will’t assist however surprise if possibly she’s additionally secretly pitching for a sequel to the magnum opus. If we had been Hathaway, we’d “contact Leslie to maximise the press.”