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Style Profile: Anne Hathaway's Crop

Jessica Galliart | December 11, 2012 | 1:09 PM

It was just about a year ago when Anne Hathaway took the big chop for her much-anticipated role in Les Miserables, in which her character cuts off her long locks in the movie for a super close crop. The change was a bit startling--for fans and for Anne.

“[I was] a mental patient level of crying...I was inconsolable,” she said this summer about her new look. “I wasn’t expecting it to be a big deal. It was my idea to do it, since it was something the character did... [But then] I realized I couldn’t take it back.”

Six months and many Les Mis premieres later, and Anne seems to be embracing her new cut with many variations and styles on the red carpet. Do you like how she has been rocking her (now trendy) style lately? Here are a few of her more memorable red carpet looks for her controversial cut.

 



Sleek and Chic
Style Profile: Anne Hathaway's Crop

Piecey and Edgy
Style Profile: Anne Hathaway's Crop

The Fringe Swoop
Style Profile: Anne Hathaway's Crop

Casually Tousled
Style Profile: Anne Hathaway's Crop
       

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