And of course, like in the much buzzed-about movie, Anne's still got that signature pixie cut, the same one on display on her Vogue December 2012 cover. Unlike that high fashion shoot, however, Anne's Glamour pics show her in a surprisingly casual ensemble: teeny black Clover Canyon shorts and a tank top supporting One Billion Rising, a movement that fights violence against women.
But that hair. The Gloss calls out Anne's cover as an example of Photoshop gone awry (and it wouldn't be the first time), but we're thinking this is just a continuation of Anne's haircut gone... well, the same. Is Hathaway growing that pixie out à la Emma Watson or is the short hair really here to stay? Glamour readers may be fans of the crop, but we're feeling something new.
Do you feel the same? Check out Anne's latest mag cover and let us know what you think.
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