Anne Hathaway advocates for slow fashion movement

Anne Hathaway is an advocate for investing in high-quality pieces rather than buying fast fashion.Anne Hathaway is an advocate for investing in high-quality pieces rather than buying fast fashion.The Oscar-winning actress, known for her porcelain compl…

Anne Hathaway is an advocate for investing in high-quality pieces rather than buying fast fashion.

Anne Hathaway is an advocate for investing in high-quality pieces rather than buying fast fashion.

The Oscar-winning actress, known for her porcelain complexion and glossy brunette locks, regularly gets to indulge her passion for clothes when she hits red carpet events. .

While Anne has a long list of designers wanting to outfit her, and all of the latest trends at her fingertips, she has now shared how she actually prefers to abide by slow fashion movement guidelines and seeks out well-made garments that she can wear time and time again.

“Rushing out the door this morning, I grabbed a coat I have had for probably 12 years. It’s one of my favourites, and it made me feel chic and put together when I was undercaffeinated and bleary,” she said in an interview with U.S. Shape magazine. “It’s just a coat. It’s not a big deal, but I felt really proud that I spotted it in that shop and had earned the money myself to spring for it. I have cared for it all these years, and that younger me made such a good call that older me is still enjoying. The accumulation of 12 years of love and pride in a good decision is something you don’t get right off the bat. It takes time, and it’s a feeling you have to be a little older to enjoy.”

Elsewhere in the chat, Anne spoke about her desire to eliminate plastic from her beauty kit and kitchen in order to cut down on waste, and how she now rarely eats red meat.

The Ocean’s 8 star discussed her exercise routine too, and swore that even though she does a lot of yoga, she is a “not a natural wellness warrior”.

“It’s a different story when I’m working on a film, though. I work out with a trainer, and I do a lot of strength training and HIIT when I need to do that,” the 36-year-old added.

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