Anne Hathaway doesn’t want a purple carpet to make the best-dressed checklist.
The actress, 37, marked the premiere of her new film “The Witches” on Thursday by social distancing in fashion, posing on the roof of Harrods in London carrying a wide ranging purple ruffled robe from Ralph & Russo Couture.
“No premiere, no drawback,” Hathaway captioned the glamorous shot. “I hope you all take pleasure in Robert Zemeckis’s reimagining of #TheWitchesMovie, streaming on @HBOMax in the present day!”
Followers couldn’t get sufficient of the Oscar winner’s over-the-top ‘gram. “This may increasingly appear overdramatic. However we actually wanted this. Thanks 🥺 And due to @gregwilliamsphotography for capturing this stunning second,” one individual commented, whereas one other wrote, “Alexa, play ‘Witchcraft’ by Frank Sinatra…. I imply! unbelievable!”
“So informal,” joked Hathaway’s stylist, Rebecca Corbin-Murray.
Amid the continued coronavirus pandemic, many purple carpets have gone digital. At August’s VMAs, celebrities posed for a inexperienced display step-and-repeat days earlier than the precise present in lieu of a stay purple carpet; September’s Emmys lacked a carpet utterly, with presenters and nominees merely dressing up within the consolation of their very own houses.