Anne Hathaway for Vogue US November 2010 by Mario Testino

Cover girl Anne Hathaway gets caught up in a modern day fairy tale for the November issue of Vogue US. Photographed by Mario Testino and styled by Tonne Goodman in sweeping gowns from the likes of Isaac Mizrahi, Oscar de la Renta and Carolina Herrera, Anne stars alongside French actor Raphaël Personnaz in Happily Ever After.







36 Responses to “Anne Hathaway for Vogue US November 2010 by Mario Testino”

  1. They’re very pretty, but… maybe it’s the scans, but I feel like there’s a ‘life’ missing from these. They’re cinematic and beautiful, but there’s no spark to them.

    • its the retouching…if any has seen The September issue, it’s same to assume these were all ridiculously retouched.

  2. They’re very pretty, but… maybe it’s the scans, but I feel like there’s a ‘life’ missing from these. They’re cinematic and beautiful, but there’s no spark to them.

  3. They’re very pretty, but… maybe it’s the scans, but I feel like there’s a ‘life’ missing from these. They’re cinematic and beautiful, but there’s no spark to them.

  4. They’re very pretty, but… maybe it’s the scans, but I feel like there’s a ‘life’ missing from these. They’re cinematic and beautiful, but there’s no spark to them.

  5. In the group shots she just blends into the background. Retouching wouldn’t have really changed these photos.

  6. I love Anne, but she looks like she’s trying too hard in most of these shots.

  7. I love Anne, but she looks like she’s trying too hard in most of these shots.

  8. Rheenarockseven Reply

    Gorgeous!!! I love her. She is one of the most regal and elegant actresses right now.

  9. Yuck. So posed. Anne Hathaway may be beautiful but she’s not a model. Her stance and smile is awkward in a lot of shots. Mario is brilliant and this editorial could have worked with any other professional model.

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