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Best dressed at the Tony's

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Sunday night saw the return of the 72nd annual Tony Awards in New York City.

The Tony's really are the Oscar's of the theatre world, with everyone who's anyone on the stage pulling out all the stops when it comes to their red carpet looks.

From Versace to Dior the red carpet was bursting with stunning gowns, and here is our lowdown of the best looks.

Carey Mulligan in Giambattista Valli

Following her stunning appearance in Erdem at the recent royal nuptials, Carey Mulligan looked just as fantastic at The Tony’s.

The academy award nominated actress chose a floral gown, reminiscent of her royal wedding gown but with a brighter more vibrant colour scheme. The dress she chose is an unusual look from Giambattista Valli who usually goes for more outlandish designs.

Anna Wintour in Prada and Bee Shaffer in Alexander McQueen

Florals for spring? Groundbreaking. Well in Anna Wintour’s case she can wear whatever she wants and still kill the red carpet.

Dressed in head to toe florals accompanied by her daughter Bee, Anna looked every inch the fashion queen in this bright yellow Prada Gown.

Bee looked equally as incredible as her fashion editor mother in this floor-length delicate flower printed Alexander McQueen cami dress complete with contrasting red waist detailing.

Condola Rashad in Carolina Herrera

 

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Lady in Red Condola Rashad well and truly stole the show in this jaw-droppings beautiful gown from Carolina Herrera.

Nominated for the best lead actress at the awards, Condola’s dress assured that all eyes were (rightly so) on her. The princess like ball gown shape of the dress added that element of theatrical drama looked right at home on the Tony's red carpet.

Melissa Benoist in Dior

 

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Sometimes less is more and on Sunday night, Melissa Benoist well and truly proved this theory.

The actress looked ethereal in this blush pink satin cami dress by Dior, which looked effortlessly glam. Melissa teamed her simple look with laid back hair and hoops to add some more modern elements of interest to her timelessly classic look.

Uzo Aduba in Cristina Ottaviano

Orange is the New Black superstar Uzo Aduba looks worlds away from her character on the show Suzanne.

The actress looked great in this stunning buttercup yellow halter neck gown, a colour and cut that very few can pull off as well as she did!

Kerry Washington in Atelier Versace

 

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Queen of Shondaland, Kerry Washington rarely puts a foot wrong when it comes to style and The Tony’s were no exception.

Kerry decided against wearing a classic dress, instead, stepping out in this Atelier Versace jumpsuit. Covered in Swarovski crystals and complete with one flared leg and one straight, this look was unforgettable.

Tina Fey in Thom Browne

 

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Mean Girls queen Tina Fey looked so fetch in this silver dress. The actress, writer and producer owned the red carpet in a Thom Browne Design, floor length silver metallic complete with a feathered hem.

The short sleeves and button down style keeps things somewhat casual in terms of design but the colour and intricate details make sure that the final look is anything but!

Hailey Kilgore in Zac Posen

 

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Performer of the night, Hailey Kilgore, looked beautiful in this light pink dress.

Embroidered from top to bottom with delicate red floral patterns, this Zac Posen gown was offset perfectly by the floral backdrop at the awards. Hailey kept her hair simple pulled back into braids, to really let her dress do all the talking.

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