Tons of stars gathered at The Beacon Theatre Sunday night to celebrate one of Broadway’s most glamorous nights — The Tonys.
From the red carpet arrivals, the unbelievable performances, and to rows of stars, it was definitely a night to remember.
Now, let’s talk glam.
No, not the on-stage costumes. The actual red carpet looks.
Favorite Look: Claire Danes
Let’s start off with my favorite look of the night. Claire Danes in Narciso was glowing (literally) in her black silk look. It was the perfect look for a cool summer night — hair up and relaxed, not heavy on the make-up — and it fit her perfectly.
Best Dressed Man: Jake Gyllenhaal
Man crush Sunday and best dressed hunk of the night goes to Jake Gyllenhaal, who will forever be best dressed at any award show in my book because his presence and gorgeous, flawless face. Sorry, a bit much? Don’t see anyone disagreeing here or on the carpet? Extra points for the bowtie Jake.
Women Who Rocked White
The ladies rocked the white also on Sunday, and two versions caught my eye on the red carpet. Allison Williams changed it up a little in a all white sleek suit by DKNY. Clean, fresh and she completed the outfit with a metallic clutch for a little pop of subtle color. Phillipa Soo, who was nominated for best performance by an actress in a leading role in a musical for “Hamilton,” rocked a Prabal Gurung white gown on the carpet. The type of style Soo is wearing hasn’t shown up a lot lately on the carpet this season, so I am glad that she took a risk and it very much paid off! Love love love!
Jourdan Dunn, wore a silk Zac Posen gown (trend for summer?), which was a strapless, high front; low back dress in the color mauve. She looked absolutely stunning and the dress fit her perfectly. Joan Smalls posed in her Altuzarra patterned dress, which was in my opinion, was a perfect choice for the night. It was so intricately detailed when you look up close, and her hair was on point with the sleek ponytail and Monique Pean earrings.
Best Post-baby Body: Keri Russell
The winner for the best post baby body less than one month after giving birth goes to Keri Russell, who introduced the performance for Waitress. She owned it last night in her Monique Lhuillier red embellished, deep V gown. STUNNING.