But if you wanted to recreate her look at home, you can think again because not only did Anne's killer boots come with a four figure price tag, but they were custom-made with faux leather to keep in line with her Vegan roots.
Hathaway showed her commitment to cruelty-free ethics when she stepped out in head-to-toe spring 2013 Tom Ford, along with the custom-made vegan version of his gladiator dominatrix boots.
Custom-made: Anne Hathaway demanded that all her shoes in Les Miserables were to be custom-made in line with her Vegan ethicsAnd it wasn't just her red carpet footwear that she demanded adhered to her morals.
According to Footwear News, all of her character Fantine’s shoes had to be custom-made to be vegan for the actress.
'We had to find very specific shoemakers to create lace-up boots and ankle boots.'
'Hathaway's vegan, so we couldn't use any animal materials on the shoes for her character Fantine,' costume designer Paco Delgado told the magazineHathaway first became a hard-core vegan after her role The Dark Knight Rises.
Speaking to USA Today at the time, she said: 'After I finished the rooftop fight, I ate four slices of pizza and split a bottle of red wine with my guy.
'I hadn’t eaten like that in months. I felt so ill. By the time the movie finished, I decided to give veganism a try. You can’t go hog-wild as a vegan.'
Realisation: Anne made the move to Veganism whilst filming the Dark Knight Rises