We're not the only ones who like to take the occasional selfie — celebrities like Anne Hathaway, Taylor Swift, and even Meryl Streep get in on the fun from time to time. Click through to see some of the best self-taken shots from stars, including Sasha and Malia Obama's cute Inauguration Day pose, Meryl's fangirl moment with Hillary Clinton, Anne hanging out with Rebel Wilson, and Taylor Swift getting snap happy at the Grammy Awards.
Anne Hathaway took her bright blond hair out on the town again last night when she and her husband, Adam Shulman, attended An Evening Celebrating Lincoln Center in NYC. The bash, appropriately held at Lincoln Center, honored Reynold Levy, who has been the president of the Manhattan arts space since 2002. At the party, Anne posed for pictures with both Reynold and her friend Audra McDonald, as well as better half Adam.
It has been a very social week for Anne, who debuted her new hair hue on Monday night at the Met Gala. The good times continued for Adam and Anne on Wednesday at the Tate Americas Foundation Artists Dinner.
Anne Hathaway turned heads at the Met Gala earlier this week when she stepped out with Debbie Harry-inspired platinum hair. We've loved seeing a different side of Anne, so we were sad to find out that she planned on going back to brunette shortly after the Gala. But lucky for us, she chose to keep her blond look for the Tate Americas Foundation Artists Dinner last night in NYC, where she wore a light pink Givenchy number. Watch on for all the details. On Allison: Topshop top.
It was mere days ago that Anne Hathaway debuted her blond hair at the Met Gala, but the actress is already showing us that she knows how to style it. Anne stepped out last night with a very different hairstyle than she'd worn to the punk-themed Met Gala. Her pixie cut was blown smooth and silky, creating a slight wispy bang that swept across her forehead. Reminiscent of the look model Twiggy wore in the '60s, this demure coif was quite a departure from the high-volume bouffant Anne donned on the red carpet on Monday. With such diversity this early on, we're looking forward to seeing what Anne does next.
Anne Hathaway and Sarah Jessica Parker brought Hollywood to the art world when they attended the Tate Americas Foundation Artists Dinner in NYC yesterday. Anne wore a pink Givenchy dress and styled her new blond hair in a chic '60 pixie cut. Meanwhile, SJP wore a vintage floral dress and Fendi cuffs as she chatted with Anne inside the party. Both Anne and Sarah Jessica had crossed paths earlier this week when they both attended the 2013 Met Gala on Monday night. They weren't the only stars still basking in the post-Met glow — Alexa Chung, who attended the ball earlier this week, also dropped by the Tate dinner and got a chance to chat with Anne and her husband, Adam Shulman. Ciara and Martha Stewart also attended the artsy affair.
When Anne Hathaway walked the red carpet at the Met Gala with peroxide blond hair, jaws hit the floor. But it wasn't the first shocking hair change Anne's tried. In the past two years, the Les Misérables actress has not only changed her hair color but also her hair length for her role as Fantine. With all these changes, we're curious: which cut and color do you think suits Anne best?
We're calling it a four-way styling tie when it comes to last night's Veuve Clicquot-hosted Tate Americas Foundation Artists Dinner in NYC. Anne Hathaway — bleach-blond pixie cut still intact — went with a leg-baring soft pink Givenchy mini and gold Jimmy Choo sandals; Ciara stunned in a nude long-sleeved gown; Sarah Jessica Parker wore a vintage floral number and loaded up on a very cool mix of jewels (Fred Leighton earrings, a Repossi turquoise ring, and a Fendi cuff and rings); and Alexa Chung opted for a dark two-toned strapless cocktail dress with ankle-strap pumps. Were you more wowed by the dramatic floor-skimming options or drawn to the leggier looks? Weigh in below!
For the 2013 Costume Institute Benefit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the stars took the punk theme to the extreme. Mohawks, smoky eye makeup, colored hair, and more rocker chic beauty looks were spotted on the red carpet. We count down the top five looks that had our jaws dropping and crown the biggest surprise of the night. On Jessica: Monika Chiang top, Club Monaco necklace, and Ella Moss jacket. On Allie: BCBG Max Azria jacket and top.
The 2013 Met Gala may have given celebrities a chance to channel their inner punk rocker in NYC yesterday, but once the event drew to a close, it was clear that these edgy new looks were only meant to last for the night. Stars like Cameron Diaz and Miranda Kerr were spotted returning to their normal selves as they left the bash, with Cameron chatting on her cell phone as she waited for her car and Miranda enlisting Michael Kors to help her navigate the stairs in her heels. Emma Roberts got help from Jaime King as she left the party, clutching onto her pal's hand as she carefully walked down the museum's famous stairs while Gwen Stefani made a smooth exit with Gavin Rossdale. Meanwhile, stars like Anne Hathaway and Taylor Swift were showing no signs of slowing down, using the mass exit of celebrities as a chance to catch up with their favorite small-screen stars like Game of Thrones' Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and New Girl's Zooey Deschanel.
Of course, just because the Met Gala wrapped up, that didn't mean the party had ended. Anne, Miranda, and many more celebrities hit up the afterparty at the Boom Boom Room later to dance the night away — be sure to check out the pictures from the Met Gala 2013 afterparty.
Anne Hathaway dyed her hair peroxide blond for the Met Gala red carpet. In one of the more punk moments of the evening, Anne showed up with a hair color that rendered her almost unrecognizable. A sexy smoky eye brought the Debbie Harry-inspired look to another level.
To achieve Anne's hair, celebrity stylist Sascha Breuer applied a golf-ball-sized amount of Wella Professionals Extra Volume Mousse to her damp hair. He then rough-dryed her strands with his fingers, sweeping the longer hair back and upwards and pulling the sides tightly back. Using Wella Professionals Bold Move styling paste, Breuer ran his fingers through the midlength and ends for a mussy texture. He finished with a mist of Well Professionals Stay Firm Finishing Spray.
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