During NYFW, Andy Sachs closed an era.

Although The Devil Wears Prada has been one of the most adored fashion comedies ever for sixteen years, Andie Sachs briefly looked to be at New York Fashion Week, which is currently taking place in the Big Apple. In a look that seemed to pay homage to the leading lady of the enduring 2006 film, Anne Hathaway was spotted on Wednesday, Sept. 14, sitting next to Vogue editor Anna Wintour, who served as the inspiration for Meryl Streep’s Miranda Priestly, in the front row of the runway show for Michael Kors’ spring/summer 2023 collection.The actress, dressed by stylist Erin Walsh, appeared in The Devil Wears Prada wearing a similar ensemble: a chocolate brown leather trench coat with crocodile print over a black turtleneck sweater (both by Michael Kors), a matching miniskirt, a pair of black Louboutin pumps, a coffee-colored clutch, and Bulgari jewelry. Her appearance was similar to that in the movie and focused on rose hues for her lips and cheeks. Her hair was pulled back into a ponytail, and bangs framed her face.

Following periods of restriction, Anne Hathaway unleashed her inner Andrea Sachs, donning progressively cool and intriguing outfits in part due to partnerships with major fashion houses like Valentino and Bulgari, which helped her elevate her look and establish her as one of the celebrities to watch in the world of fashion.The actress appears to have picked up on the ideal it-fashion girl’s guidelines much like her character did in the early 2000s movie, due to Nigel’s wise counsel. She has evolved from the naive youngster who wore her grandmother’s skirts to far more fashionable outfits, such as the star’s favorite: “I love what I wore to the James [Holt] party, that velvet Chanel coat that reached to the knees, and then the miniskirt and the stockings and the slouched boots.” She said during the fashion show.

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