The look featured a tiered skirt and oversized sheer butterfly sleeves. The internationally-acclaimed designer shared with Preview that she really wanted to go for a more classic look for her muse, saying, "I wanted to go classsic '50s because I knew everyone would be playing around with the theme. I wanted to keep it simple and classic because Anne is already so beautiful that she doesn't need anything over the top."
And of course, as Anne said herself during her red carpet interview, what's a Mich Dulce creation without a hat? The actress' look was topped off with a satin fascinator from the master milliner.
As for her beauty look, Anne opted to go for a simple, sophisticated look with a clean base, full brows, and an ombrè berry lip. Her perfectly styled faux bob also served as the perfect base to pin her headdress on.