Anne Hathaway Has Shocking Wardrobe Malfunction in '50 Shades of Grey'-Style Dress

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anne hathaway bondage inspired outfit les miserablesWell, now that even critically-acclaimed actress and Oscar darling Anne Hathaway is doing more than flirting with BDSM-inspired style, it's clear that everyone's jumping on the Fifty Shades of Grey fashion bandwagon. The Les Miserables star showed up at the NYC premiere for the flick last night wearing a Tom Ford black taffeta cape dress with a high thigh slit to show off a pair of knee-high bondage boots Christian Grey's ex-flame and dominant Elena Lincoln would probably adore.

But the question is whether fans and fashion critics alike liked it -- especially after the outfit lead to an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction. And we're talking a Britney Spears-level fashion faux pas. Aggghh!

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As she got out of her limo in the high-slit gown, she bared her hoo-ha for all the paparazzi and, in turn, the world, to see. Crazy, right?! Despite being heads and shoulders above silly starlets like BritBrit and LiLo who made flashing everyone in sight their hobby, Anne somehow forgot that underwear may be a wise choice in this outfit. (Maybe that Les Mis starvation diet affected her brain?) How unfortunate ...

But peep show aside, I give Anne props for taking a stab at a whole new risque style. And the fact that she -- or okay, probably her stylist Rachel Zoe -- brought it to the Les Mis premiere makes it official. Like it or not, WWD wasn't fibbing: Fifty Shades of Grey has made an impression on the fashion world. Whether it makes you more susceptible for wardrobe malfunctions or not, bondage-inspired style -- especially raunchy legwear, dominatrix-style hosiery, chains, studs, and metal beads -- is a bonafide hit.

What do you think about Anne's outfit and wardrobe malfunction? Would you wear a bondage-inspired outfit like this?


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dirti... dirtiekittie

why does everything leather / bondage / racy have to somehow be tied back to 50 shades of grey?! the world does realize that BDSM existed long before a novel, right? 

curly... curlygirl31

She probably forgot she wasnt wearimg any

LMH80 LMH80

Anatasia Steele wears NOTHING that resembles this ugly dress.  She wears a silver gown, his jogging pants and t shirt, a green dress, a blue dress but never any black leather. 

Liane... Lianetherider

Exactly my thoughts, dirtiekittie! I'm going to guess that "50 Shades" (which I haven't and will never read, because of the unrealistic and harmful portrayal of BDSM) probably didn't even cross Anne Hathaway or Rachel Zoe's minds.

Stu Freeman

She was stupid for going out sans underwear but the paparazzi should be kept away from curbside arrivals.  Even when these gals do wear underthings they shouldn't have to worry about exposing themselves to this sort of humiliation.

Priya... Priyankarox

Hmph! Hathaway is no Britney Spears. Much too puny.

Suz Susanna

I think events should have a shielded area to get out of their vehicles anyway before they are pounced upon-or get out the other side!

Al Sayee

The ole lady should retire.. About Time.. Al Sayee

nonmember avatar Alice

A lady doesn't get out of a car by spreading her legs like a whore displaying her wares for a prospective client. She pivots on her backside and lifts both legs out at the same time, knees together. If these young women would learn that, these 'malfunctions' wouldn't happen.

nonmember avatar Billy Bell

It's very doubtful that it was accidental. For some reason, actresses/actors think that it's okay to expose themslves publicly, to get attention, and then "redeem themselves" afterwards, by saying it was an "accidental wardrobe malfunction". There's nothing accidental about it. They all know what they're doing.

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