Also stealing attention on the red carpet at Radio City Hall in New York are Lucy Liu, who looks elegant in a flowing purple gown, and Regina King, who sports a tight pink satin gown.
The 2019 Tony Awards might have ended, but some of the best moments are still lingering, including the red carpet portion of the ceremony where celebrities showed off their best fashion for the world to see. Among those who caught attention at the event which took place at Radio City Hall in New York on Sunday, June 9 were Emily Ratajkowski and Vanessa Hudgens.
The London-born stunner traded her signature long brown locks for an above-the-shoulder bob that was perfect for summer. No stranger to showing some skin, Emily wore a black, flashy Michael Kors gown that gave people a plentiful look at her side boob. Meanwhile, the Disney alum was dazzling in a blue-and-green mini dress which she teamed with a pair of black pumps that included strap accessories around her ankles.
Besides black and blue gowns, there were a lot of celebrities who brought eye-popping colors to the event. Lucy Liu and Tina Fey were among them, with the former looking elegant in a flowing purple gown with cutout panels. As for the comedian, she went with a smart look by sporting a gold menswear style pantsuit complete with a pair of black specs.
Regina King was stunning in a tight pink satin gown that featured a gorgeous ruched bodice and dramatic train, while Rachel Brosnahan looked gorgeous in long blonde locks that she paired with a gray spaghetti strapped gown from Dior. Another star who stole attention with her dress was Cynthia Erivo, who pulled off feathery look perfectly with her dress that had off-the-shoulder cut trimmed in layers.
Danai Gurira, meanwhile, looked elegant and glamor in a unique white gown with pretty golden-hued print on it. On the other hand, Sienna Miller went with a classic black dress that featured teeny spaghetti straps and a velvet belt at the waist. She paired it with strappy metallic sandals and styled her blonde locks into a neat bun.
In the male department, Billy Porter continued stealing attention with his outfit. The pop singer and stage performer turned heads in a red-and-pink Celestino Couture suit made of recycled curtains from “Kinky Boots”. Jordan Roth also looked gorgeous in custom-made Givency couture suit which was inspired by the play “Hadestown”.
“Hadestown” led the winner list of this year’s event, taking home seven awards that included Best Musical and Best Direction of a Musical.