Anne Hathaway Dishes on Fashion, Fitness, and Looking Fabulous

06/17/2008 at 10:00 AM ET

Courtesy In Style

She’s one of Hollywood’s hottest — and most fashionable — young actresses, and in the new issue of In Style, which hits stands this Friday, Anne Hathaway opens up about her style philosophy, her experiences filming The Devil Wears Prada, her secrets to getting fit for her upcoming role in Get Smart, and more. And the fashionista is frank about young Hollywood’s obsession with showing skin. “I’m from that school where you show one part of your body, not all of it,” she reveals. “Once of my favorite things to wear on a night out is a short turtleneck minidress.” For her, someone who is “chic is someone who can do a lot with very little.” To prepare for her role of Agent 99 in Get Smart, Hathaway, “started working out about three months before the film began. I wanted to be curvy and muscle-y. I took my body inspiration from Jessica Biel. I didn’t quite get those results, but she’s great.” And in her work on The Devil Wears Prada, the star learned a few secrets to dressing for that famous curvy body type. “Clothes that nip at the waist suit me best. My body is more fifties era, more busty with booty. Anything too unstructured doesn’t work.” Click over to for more details.

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Anne is great. She carries herself with a magnitude of confidence and grace. She is a great role model of what a person needs to survive in Hollywood; a smart head on her healthy body.

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