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Hathaway in red Oscar de la Renta on Vogue's November cover (left), and wearing "the" Miu Miu dress in black lace (right). Photos courtesy of Mario Testino for Vogue

The devil wears... de la Renta?!?

Proving that starring in a movie mocking Anna Wintour doesn't necessarily mean cover-girl suicide, Anne Hathaway has landed on the November issue of Vogue in a breathtaking blood-red Oscar de la Renta gown.

But what's this? The inside Mario Testino-snapped photo shoot reveals a glam Hathaway (looking like the love child of Holly Golightly and Marge Simpson) in a diamond-accented French twist and -- oopsie! -- the same Miu Miu dress that's been worn on every freakin' fashion magazine cover this summer.

Is this Wintour's idea of payback? Well played!

But it's labels like Isabel Marant, 3.1 Phillip Lim, and Rag & Bone -- and not Miu Miu -- that really gets the "One Day" actress's heart racing.

Calling Freddies of Pinewood "my new magic jeans, sort of Marilyn Monroe in her off hours," Hathaway ogles Hermès Birkins and opens up about her latest film, "Love and Other Drugs," and her breakup with con man Raffaello Follieri.

"Gosh, I hate talking about the breakup, because I don't want it to define me, but as is to be expected, there were a lot of lingering trust issues," she says of the relationship, which ended with her giving up the jewelry Follieri had bought her.

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Hathaway evokes old Hollywood inside Vogue's November issue. Photos courtesy of Mario Testino for Vogue

Still, the brunette beauty -- who good-humoredly cites "fraud" as a dating deal breaker -- seems to be fairly levelheaded about love.

"When I begin a relationship, there's that pressure to be the most, to be more comfortable and open than anyone else," she tells Vogue contributing editor Adam Green.

"When you finally realize that you can just be your own scared, f*****-up self and that you can still be sexy without trying to be, it's such a great relief. When uncondensed you is enough.

"Hey, that's pretty good. If acting doesn't work out, I could have a future in advertising."

Don't worry, dear. We're pretty sure your day job isn't going anywhere.

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