The 67th annual Tony Awards recently took place at Radio City Music Hall, NY. The Gala, which recognizes excellence in the theater world, was buzzing with celebrities and, of course, demanding attention fashion.
I was pleasantly surprised by Sigourney Weaver's gorgeous gown by Michael Kors, in which she looked royal. At last a celebrity who dresses age appropriate and looks dignified.
Scarlett Johansson kept things simple and elegant in a Saint Laurent LBD. I actually loved the fact that she didn't choose an overtly sexy outfit or the usual red carpet evening gown, therefore stood out form the other divas on the red carpet.
Jane Krakowski shone on the red carpet in a silver Escada gown, while Krysta Rodriguez spiced things up with a sexy burgundy gown designed by Sophie Theallet.
While supporting her fiance for his Best Leading Actor in a Play nomination, Sienna Miller wore a beautiful minimalistic dress by Burberry, and nude Loubies.
Looking a tad to mature for her age, Anna Kendrick chose a custom strapless navy gown by Donna Karen.
Although she was the winner for Best Original Score for her work in "Kinky Boots", Cyndi Lauper didn't win in my books with her outfit. The lacy black ensemble looked costumy with her fiery red coiff.
I absolutely hated Valisia LeKae's pink mess of a gown. There was nothing flattering about that gown- nor the design or the color.
Best Leading Actress in a Play nominee, Laurie Metcalf, wore a really strange gown by Lloyd Klein. The weird design was something, I imagine, a space princess would wear in a far away galaxy.
So sad to see the once ravishing Kathleen Turner choosing to wear this unflattering gown at the Gala, in which her body seems almost manly.
I'm happy to see bold outfits on the red carpet, rather than boring ones, but only when they look good on the person who's wearing them. Unfortunately, the Best Leading Actress in a Play winner, Cicely Tyson's petite figure got lost in all that purple ruffled mess by B. Michael.
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