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Stars of various theatrical productions really came out to dazzle at the 2017 Tony Awards. Our picks for best-dressed are as follows:
The star of The Glass Menagerie stunned in her shoulderless frock by Christian Siriano. Navy blue is definitely her color.
The legendary actress brought her best to the red carpet tonight. The floor-length hem pools perfectly at her feet, while the cropped/flared sleeves also bring a more casual element to the gown.
The award show’s host kept things pretty simple, except for the fabric of his eveningwear. The very classic silhouette, with the satin shawl lapel and puddled hemlines, was instantly updated by the iridescent blue fabric.
The awards nominee definitely went for something a little bolder than the rest of the pack: the avant-garde neckline, the orange stripe, and the shimmering black skirt of the dress make Rashad a total red carpet power player.
Thurman kept things simpler, opting for an ankle-length black skirt and a black button-up. While a tad more casual than one would want from an awards show, Uma Thurman really bumped up the chic factor on her ensemble this year.