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07-05-2016, 10:08 PM
It's like a Star Wars movie for the fashion worldn anxiously awaited release with heavily costumed actors and a lexicon all its own (e.g., "clackers," the sound magazine staffers' high heels make, and "Lacroix," a designer). Based on the book of the same name, the film revolves around Andrea Sachs, played by Anne Hathaway, as the assistant to fictional Runway fashion magazine editor Miranda Priestly. To navigate the world of couture, Devil Valentino Shoes Sale (http://www.valentinovip.com/) director David Frankel turned to costumer Patricia Field of Sex and the City and "let her do her thing," he says. "She's an icon in the industry. I knew she'd get it right." And PEOPLE turned to Field for behind-the-scenes dish.
The SunglassesHathaway's Chanel shades, $365; Saks Fifth Avenue, 800-347-9177. The EarringsMe&Ro's 10k gold and Tahitian pearl earrings, $905; 866-632-6376. Q&A: Anne Hathaway What Valentino (http://www.valentinovip.com/) was your dressing room like?There must have been $100,000 worth of bags from every designer imaginable. Meryl and I had separate rooms full of clothes.
Did you have a favorite piece?I wear this incredible Galliano in a scene where Andy goes to a gala. Every time I put it on I sang Gwen Stefani's "Rich Girl." I'm amazed I got to wear something so beautiful. Did you keep anything?I kept a [Gharani Strok] top with these little metal pieces that I seriously wear three days a week. But when you do a film, you sweat so much in these clothes you kind of never want to see them again!