Stunner one day, waterfront grandma the following basically summarizes Anne Hathaway’s new style change. Subsequent to venturing outside her style safe place at Cannes Film Festival this week in a large number of heavenly looks (see: Anne in a minidress with an underlying cone shaped bra made from plastic), the entertainer dove further into new design an area in an outfit that was less glitz, and indeed, more grandmother — however in any case, still stylish.
On Saturday, Hathaway was spotted showing up at the air terminal wearing a cleaned white conservative got into some wide-leg pants. She adorned with light yellow strappy shoes, and an extra that exemplified the seaside grandma pattern: a high contrast botanical stitch container cap. In the mean time, a blue knitted coat was thrown under one arm, and a dark Bulgari carry with a silk scarf tied around the handle was under the other. Anne’s dull hair was worn out and styled straight, and she apparently went cosmetics free underneath her larger than usual square shades.
We counted not one, however two (apparently perhaps three) grandmother stylish patterns in her movement prepared outfit.
This week, Anne made her Cannes introduction to advance her new film Armageddon Time, a transitioning show about experiencing childhood in Queens during the 1980s. Hathaway stars as Esther Graff, a Jewish mother, and during a question and answer session for the film, she said it was “honor” to take on the job. “My mother by marriage, who died as of late, was just the best Jewish mother I’ve at any point seen. Her heritage impacts my life in significant ways that I am really, genuinely appreciative for,” she shared. “The hand of a Jewish mother will direct the remainder of my life, assuming I have done a certain something and it is to catch that adoration, I sincerely won’t actually endeavor to adequately express it.”
She added, “That is the reason I am so thankful to film since it permits you to express things without words.”