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Celeb Spotting: Anne Hathaway’s Wedding

By • Nov 26th, 2012 • Category: BEAUTY

Finally! A pic of Anne Hathaway in her gorgeous Valentino wedding gown. In the newest Leap of Faith issue of Vogue Anne dishes about her new role as an French woman in Les Mis and the love her life. Ah, if only you had invited us to the wedding Anne….

“Hathaway’s life seems fuller than ever. After her notorious romantic Waterloo with the now-convicted felon Raffaello Follieri, she has found, she says, ‘true love—the full-on romantic, till-death-do-us-part real deal’ with the actor turned jewelry designer Adam Shulman, whom she describes as “a keeper”….Hathaway and Shulman started dating four years ago, and they got engaged last year…[The] wedding which took place on a bluff overlooking the sea in Big Sur at sunset the evening before. One hundred and fifty guests; tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of flowers; a jazz band; a custom-designed Valentino fairy tale–princess gown.

The wedding dress, as you’ve probably read, was designed by her good friend Valentino, whom she met while shooting The Devil Wears Prada and describes as ‘family—like some wonderful, non-age-specific sibling.’ They didn’t always agree. ‘I begged him during the first fitting to make the train detachable. He looked at me and said’—she imitates the designer’s distinctively refined Italian accent—’ ‘But it is a dress, not a costume.’ The memory of creating it with him is something that I will treasure forever. He somehow read my mind and designed the dress that I’d always wanted.’”

Photographed by Annie Lebowiz story from Vogue Magazine.

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    Isn’t the character of Fantine French?