In the name of being the Oscars hostess with the mostest, Anne Hathaway donned her pick of most covetable couture dresses, and one tux, throughout Sunday's Oscars ceremony. Well, when you have every designer clambering to style you, why not wear them all?
The whirlwind night of outfit changes saw her start out ruffled and romantic in a red Valentino carpet-sweeper, as she made her entrance with the gown's designer, Mr Valentino Garavni.
Next, during the ceremony she donned dresses by the likes of Oscar de la Renta and Vivienne Westwood couture, as well as a menswear look by Lanvin, while co-host James Franco matched her, playing topsy-turvy in a fuschia column gown and blonde Marilyn wig.
She closed the night with a final outfit change, choosing a red sequin number by Versace for the Vanity Fair after-party, where she hung out with hero of the night, Colin Firth.
It was an equally exhausting night for Anne's hairstylist, Adir Abergel of Fekkai, who worked her locks through a multitude of styles, including everything from a low-slung bun to a high pony, as well as poker straight and finally, loose waves.
What a night! Check out our pick of her looks (left) by Valentino, Givenchy and Lanvin.
By Hayley Spencer