Party Like Anne Hathaway
Live the celebrity life — go to fashion shows, walk red carpets, and plan a wedding
We’ll say this again: Anne Hathaway is incredible.
Whether you love her, hate her, or love to hate her, you have to acknowledge that her enthusiasm is contagious. The Les Miserables actress has been seen in the front row at major fashion shows, walking the red carpet, and casually strolling hand in hand with her adorable husband Adam Shulman on many occasions.
So, in true Entertain fashion, we’re talking about the ways to party like Anne Hathaway. Here it goes:
Befriend a Famous Fashion Designer. Valentino, Stella McCartney, Ralph Lauren, Tom Ford — these are just a few of the fashion-related friends that Hathaway has made over the years. It doesn’t hurt that she played assistant to the faux Anna Wintour in The Devil Wears Prada, scoring her designer duds for every scene and creating relationships that allowed her to snag front row seats at every show during both seasons of fashion week.
Go Vegan — Even at Your Wedding. At both her New York City engagement party this past spring and her Big Sur, Calif., wedding in August, Hathaway had an entirely vegan menu to reflect her animal product-free lifestyle.
Go Low-Key. Hathaway and Shulman live a very private life, despite Hathaway being so A-list. The two are often seen running together, walking their dog, and eating casual dinners all around the country.
Host at Home. The NYC-based couple tends to host friends at home rather than head to hot spots like Soho House or Chateau Marmont. "We have house parties and dinner parties and just hang out," Hathaway told People magazine.
Keep Your Friends Close. Jersey girl Hathaway is still very close to her friends from home, who she has been seen out and about with on shopping trips or when grabbing lunch. Though she keeps ties to a few of her famous pals like Jake Gyllenhaal, Sienna Miller, Hugh Jackman, and Emily Blunt, it’s her home friends who take the cake.
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