Like many a die hard fashionista, The Devil Wears Prada was my favorite movie of 2006. I know it may be a bit loco, but I actually saw it in the theaters twice and received the DVD as a gift from the bro for New Years. My clothes-horse self loved Anne Hathaway's countless (Chanel) outfit changes, while my foodie self loved how her boy toy Adrian Grenier was a wannabe chef. Adrian Grenier excels at making hard-working Anne late night grilled cheese sandwiches. Grilled cheese is number one on my top ten best sandwiches in the world list and I'll have to confess, since seeing the movie I've had a fantasy (or three) about Adrian making me a late night grilled cheese sandwich. In the movie he uses $8 a slice Jarlsberg making it one haute sandwich. For the super simplistic yet super good recipe, read more
There may be few things more classic in fashion than an Hermes scarf. Grace Kelly once used her's as a sling for her broken arm. Miranda Priestly, the Devil in "The Devil Wears Prada," considered them so essential, she never left home without one. (Even if she did treat them as disposable tissues!)
Once you've made the $350 investment, however, you may be wondering what to do with the thing?
To see how to tie your classic silk scarf and for links to less expensive alternatives, read more
Yesterday we highlighted our favorite Jennifer Aniston outfits from The Break-Up, and today we're on to The Devil Wears Prada. Like Jen, Anne Hathaway looked stunning in every scene. Below we've highlighted our favorite pieces Anne wore in the film, and who designed each fabulous piece.
Cotton Voile Jersey Dress, Calvin Klein
Lots more of our favorite pieces from the film so read more