Anne Hathaway’s Hot-Pink Miniskirt Nods to "Clueless" and Barbiecore

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Anne Hathaway is promoting her upcoming film "Armageddon Time" with a press tour that involves appearances in plenty of tailored separates and textured dresses, all put together with the help of stylist Erin Walsh. The 39-year-old actor stepped out in Los Angeles on Oct. 17 in a hot-pink tweed Versace blazer and matching miniskirt that channelled the '90s "Clueless" aesthetic. The ensemble also referenced the Barbiecore trend, which Hathaway has embraced before.

To emphasise the houndstooth pattern on her plaid jacket — completed with signature gold Medusa buttons and a frayed trim — she sported a black turtleneck bodysuit and sheer tights, both courtesy of Wolford. Isabel Marant knee-high boots and butterfly-frame Bulgari sunglasses were her accessories of choice, and jewellery-wise, she finished the look with silver rings and oversize hoops.

Hairstylist Adir Abergel emphasised the star's new bangs by leaving her hair down in loose waves, and makeup artist Mary Wiles complemented her colourful 'fit with a pink lip. Walsh, who constructed a similar outfit consisting of a Valentino dress and Christopher John Rogers blazer days prior for an interview on the "Today" show, posted a series of action shots to her feed.

Previously, Hathaway wore an electric yellow David Koma dress with a ruffled neckline while visiting New York City on 12 Oct. And at the Michael Kors show during NYFW, she spoke to her "Devil Wears Prada" fashion moment by dressing just like her character Andy Sachs.

Ahead, shop Hathaway's look to re-create her "Clueless"-influenced ensemble, checks and all.