Anne Hathaway dons tux trend to support One Billion Rising campaign

Anne Hathaway dons suit for One Billion Rising

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Anne Hathaway joined Jane Fonda in Hollywood yesterday, to help kick off the One Billion Rising campaign.

Talking to the Guardian about the cause, Anne explained, "I'm working on a project right now with Eve Ensler and V-Day called One Billion Rising which is focusing on ending violence against women in the world by getting people to dance.

"Right now we have 182 countries committed to dancing on Valentine's Day. So I'm going to be dancing to try to end violence against women." Hear hear!

To get the groove going Anne slipped into a black suit and buttoned-up shirt, finishing off with silver sequin brogues for a dash of glitzy glamour.

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