In case you missed it, the annual Tony Awards happened in New York City yesterday. People usually forget about the Tony’s during awards season, which makes sense. It’s hard to keep track with all of the different award shows to tune into. Not to mention the fact that the Tony’s usually draws a smaller crowd purely based on the subject matter.
If you’re unfamiliar, the Tony’s highlights the best talents and shows on Broadway. Some the evening’s honored guests included Andrew Garfield and Ashley Park, who were awarded by celebrity presenters like Tina Fey and Uzo Aduba.
The actors and performers who appear on Broadway may not be considered as famous as their big screen counterparts, but that doesn’t make them any less stylish. Many of the stars who showed up at the Radio City Music Hall last night brought their A-game on the red carpet.
Ahead, are some of the evening’s best dressed thespians at the Tony Awards last night.
Tina Fey in Thom Browne
Tina wore Thom, and all was right in the world. Seriously. Two of the greatest minds, in film and fashion, are coexisting in this single metallic, embellished, marabou feather-adorned dress. It takes Browne’s braun, Fey’s brains, and marries them together just perfectly.
Kerry Washington in Atelier Versace
Washington shined like a superhero in her silver Atelier Versace bodysuit, and the beaded cape trailing behind her was the perfect touch. The cut-outs, combined with Washington’s signature pout, helped to amp up the sex appeal.
Carey Mulligan in Giambattista Valli
Prairie dresses. Gunne Sax dresses. Peasant dresses. All of these refer to the same Laura Ingalls Wilder style frocks that are so popular right now. Whether or not you enjoy the trend, there’s no denying that Carey’s Giambattista Valli floral explosion is a feast for the eyes.
Condola Rashad in Carolina Herrera
Rashad literally looks like the red dress emoji, and that is reason enough for her to be considered “best dressed.” Usually these dresses swallow the person wearing them, but Rashad manages to look effortless in her Herrera iteration, which looks excellent with her casual up-do.
Christine Baranski in Alexandre Vauthier
Christine Baranski has acted in a variety of roles, but is probably best known for her ability to play the perfectly coifed, blasé mother type. She took that look and ran with it last night in an all-white pantsuit by french designer Alexandre Vauthier. The deeply-cut suit nips in at the waist over Baranski’s billowy trousers. Chic!