Anne Hathaway’s Trippy Set Took Dopamine Dressing to New Heights

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Like Mia Thermopolis and Andy Sachs, Anne Hathaway knows her way around a showstopping fashion moment. Her latest ensemble—a multicolored matching corset, blazer, and wide-leg pants covered in Damien Hirst–inspired polka dots—is no exception, and it’s exactly the kind of bold style inspiration you need heading into spring.

Ahead of an appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on March 15, the WeCrashed star was spotted on the streets of New York City in a truly trippy set by designer Christopher John Rogers. Hathaway tucked her corset into her flared trousers, creating the effect of a jumpsuit, then draped a coordinating blazer over her shoulders. While she kept her hair, makeup, and jewelry simple, the actor added an extra pop of color with a bright blue mini bag—the Versace Mini La Medusa.

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Hathaway’s kaleidoscopic outfit is the latest celebrity example of dopamine dressing, a spring trend emphasizing ultra-saturated shades. After a tough winter, the style presents the perfect opportunity to boost your energy—and turn a few heads while you’re at it.

As A-listers like Gigi Hadid have already proved this season, statement trousers are both the easiest and the most wearable way to introduce bold patterns and colors to your existing wardrobe. And Hathaway’s pants, with their psychedelic pattern and dramatic silhouette, might be the most exciting example yet. (Remember Magic Eye? This is basically the pant version of those trippy designs.)

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