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Anne Hathaway's Best Looks From The Dark Knight Rises Press Tour

Unless you've been sealed in a subterranean, pop-culture-free chamber for the past six months, you know that The Dark Knight Rises, the final installment in Christopher Nolan's incredible big-screen Batman trilogy, opens nationwide today. Anne Hathaway, who plays Selina Kyle (aka Catwoman) in the film, has been hitting the international promotional trail in a big way over the past few weeks—and sartorially speaking, she really wowed us.

While she may not take tons of red carpet risks (like, say, Diane Kruger or Emma Stone), Anne certainly knows how to pick a fantastic LBD, neutral metallic gown or pretty floral print that truly flatters her form. Click through the gallery to see some of the most notable looks she wore on DKR's press tour—and to shop similar alternatives for yourself. Which outfit's your favorite?

Anne picked a gorgeous floral-accented Gucci column gown for the flick's London premiere. Click through to shop her look.

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Magnificent Mile

I’ve been living near the Magnificent Mile and enjoying wandering around there—visiting Topshop, American Apparel and all those big stores. I’ll go to Lush and buy a whole bunch of bath bombs. 830 N. Michigan Ave., 312-280-6834; 46 E. Walton St., 312-255-8360; 835 N. Michigan Ave., 312-573-1805

Orso's

During the play’s Chicago run, the cast would usually get dinner at an Italian restaurant called Orso’s in Old Town. It has a piano, a back patio and chandeliers—you kind of feel like you’re in an old-fashioned train car. I always get the arugula pizza. 1401 N. Wells St., 312-787-6604