So “The King’s Speech” took home — spoiler alert! — the biggest award on Oscar night, winning Best Picture. However, we beg to differ. The real winner on Hollywood’s biggest night? Anne Hathaway, who wore an array of stunning (and jealousy-inducing) gowns throughout her hosting duties.
Red Carpet: The hostess with the mostess wore a stunning strapless red Valentino gown to walk the carpet before making her hosting debut.
Second Look: A white bustier Givenchy Haute Couture gown that screamed old Hollywood glamour. A Tiffany Archives bracelet and Brian Atwood peep-toes finished off the look.
Third Look: Menswear done right, no? Hathaway rocked a perfectly-fitted tux for her performance of “On My Own.” The real standout? Her gorgeous custom Brian Atwood heels, which were decked out in Swarovski crystals. We covet. We want. To borrow a phrase from Hathaway’s stylist, Rachel Zoe, we die.
Fourth Look: A Vivienne Westood Couture gown with a corseted bodice and embroidered lace and sequins. The gown was made specifically for Hathaway in London. She accessorized with Jimmy Choo platforms and jewelry from the Tiffany archives.
Fifth look: The host when for a more fun and youthful look in this silver beaded tassel dress by Oscar de la Renta. Again, Hathaway wore Jimmy Choo heels and Tiffany jewels.
Sixth look: Hathaway rocked red again, wearing a burgundy silk chiffon Atelier Versace gown with Tiffany jewels and Casadei pumps.
Seventh look: Armani Priv� (who made Hathaway’s 2009 Oscar dress) custom-made this purple sapphire gown, which the actress accessorized with Armani Priv� heels and — you guessed it — Tiffany jewelry.
Eighth look: Designer Tom Ford (who directed last year’s Oscar nominated film “A Single Man”) made Hathaway’s final dress for the evening: A lace and crystal gown. She paired it with Tom Ford sandals and Tiffany jewelry.