She was photographed for the cover by Mario Testino in Oscar de la Renta looking absolutely gorgeous.
Poised between girldom and full-fledged womanhood, the actress talks to Contributing Editor Adam Green about growing up, learning to trust, and taking on her most challenging role yet. Check out some of the highlights from the interview below...
On her “deal-breakers” when it comes to men: She laughed and responded, “Uh … fraud?” The experience taught her to be “more wary,” she added. “It takes a minute for me to let my guard down, but once I do and I get to know someone, I’m very open, very trusting. Some might say too trusting.”
On her glamourous Vogue shoot: “It was true glamour,” Hathaway says later. “Not just the clothes and the jewels but that feeling that glamour can produce in you, which is like a dream.”
On trying to be more fashion forward:
“I’ve been slowly trying to build a wardrobe as opposed to rushing out and buying everything in sight,” she tells me later. “You can’t force the process.”
Lone Scherfig, her One Day director on Anne's beauty:
“She has some of the quality of Elizabeth Taylor or Judy Garland or someone who is not iconic because of her beauty or her goddess status but because of her warmth and depth and humanity. She’s not a Hitchcock blonde—she’s a real person.”
On filming sex scenes for Love and Other Drugs:
“I was a wreck from start to finish,” she admits. “I think I cried every single day. I had to lean so much more heavily on everyone around me than I’m used to. I’m used to pulling my own weight. But I totally fell apart.”