Another 'Les Miserables' premiere, another hideous dress worn by the film's star Anne Hathaway. The actress followed up the white, beaded nightmare from Givenchy she wore at the London premiere with a black taffeta dress - supposedly by Tom Ford - at the NYC premiere on Dec. 10.

Congratulations, Anne. You're now the first two-time inductee into the WTF Hall of Fame.

The dress resembled a trash bag from the back. And from the front? Well, Hathaway was every inch the dominatrix, thanks to the thigh-high slit and the caged, bondage boots. (And as pretty much know the whole world knows by now, she left the house without her undies.)

The front and the back are of two totally different styles. Her helmet-style hair and wine-stained lips were also too severe and gothic. Someone needs to fire her stylist.

From the front, the dress looks like a simple shiny black sheath with some poof and volume in the rear.

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Despite a low-dipping back, which should be sexy, all that bunched up fabric above Hathaway's derriere makes her look dumpy, like there's way too much junk in the trunk. Which is pretty ironic since the actress lost 25 pounds to play the sickly Fantine.

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The side view shows the slit - also something that should be sexy - and those cagey, strappy boots, which are all wrong for this dress. Why bother with an alluring side-slit when you're just going to cover up the flash of leg with boots like this?

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Here's another look at the side. Is Hathaway on her way to an S&M convention? Where's her riding crop?

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Check out the close-up of those Tom Ford shoes. What's with the block panels? They're reportedly constructed of faux leather, since Anne is a vegan. They were also custom-made.

Seriously, Hathaway may be generating Oscar buzz with her performance, but her red carpet style as of late is anything but winning.

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