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Anne Hathaway Wears Tom Ford Vegan Bondage Boots to Les Mis

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Vegan actress Anne Hathaway caused a major stir with the bondage themed boots she wore to the “Les Miserables” premiere.

We hope that fashionistas envying her style take note that these Tom Ford creations were made with faux leather to keep in line with Hathaway’s cruelty free ethics.

To add an extra eco-touch to her ensemble, the actress also chose a vintage dress by Givenchy. Good for animals and good for the planet. We’re sure we’ll love her for her voice as dying prostitute Fantine in Les Mis, but right now, we just love her for her style and ethics.

Check out the full look below. Would you rock those boots?

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  • Shannon Milling

    Love this! Anne is so awesome

  • GeeEmm

    Call me crazy, but I don’t find any part of her outfit flattering. Hair and make-up on the other hand…

  • Very cool – Anne is a great friend to the animals!

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