Anne Hathaway was rocking a platinum hairdo at the Costume Institute Gala at the Met this weekend, and says it was in honor of Blondie's Debbie Harry.
"I don't know that you could tell it by looking at me, but Debbie Harry was [my inspiration]," she said. The gala's theme was Punk: Chaos To Couture.
Hathaway's hair made waves last year after she debuted a super-close crop, which was done during filming for "Les Miserables". The lighter shade makes her doe eyes pop, but it's hard to say whether she'll keep it for long; she may have to tint it dark again for a movie role.
The 30-year old said she immediately loved the dress she wore to the gala, a vintage Valentino gown from 1992.
"I couldn't believe it when he (Valentino) sent me the picture because he asked me if I wanted to wear archive . . He said, 'Well, have you ever done anything punk, darling?'" Hathaway said. "Princess, maybe! He sent me this one and I said, 'Oh my god, I love it. It's fabulous! First and only [choice] as soon as I saw it! I took the chaos thing as far as the couture would allow."
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