Tony Awards 2015 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on June 08, 2015

Overall, it was a tasteful crowd, as one would expect from the Tonys. There were no true disasters and the stars were a little looser and freer in their choices than they would be for something like the Oscars, but it’s definitely not the time or place for too much flash. Tasteful glamour is the style directive of the night, and we have to say, a lot of attendees nailed it.

Although that won’t stop us from being judgmental bitches with whore mouths about it. We can’t help being as God made us, darlings.

Hit it, thespians.

Carey Mulligan in Balenciaga
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Enh. There’s minimalism and then there’s just plain dull.

 

Nick Jonas in Louis Vuitton
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Easy there, son. Remember to breathe.

 

Kelli O’Hara in Oscar de la Renta
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We can’t tell if that color works for her because the hedge is too distracting behind her, but this is a pretty dress.

 

Patina Miller in Jason Wu
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Gorge. Love the bracelets. Intrigued by the shoes, but the dress probably needed another inch to its hem.

 

Rose Byrne in Delpozo
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There’s nothing flattering about this dress.

 

Kristin Chenoweth in Zac Posen
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Gets the job done. No complaints here.

 

 

Beth Behrs in Gauri Nainika
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It is impossible for us to like any dress that deploys both that neckline and that skirt.

 

 

Darren Criss
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Perfect.

 

 

Patricia Clarkson in Alexander McQueen
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Very elegant, but the shoes are too heavy.

 

Debra Messing in Zac Posen
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Not to crazy about everything being purple, plus the hair’s a bit too Priscilla Presley for our tastes, but she looks pretty good overall.

 

 

Bernadetta Peters in Zac Posen
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She’s a goddess, but that’s a tough color, there’s a bit too much pulling, and the shoes look too heavy.

 

Ruth Wilson in Ralph Lauren Collection
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Pretty in an unexpected way. It suits her.

 

 

Joe Manganiello in Ermenegildo Zegna
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That’ll do.

 

 

Anna Chlumsky in Sophie Theallet
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Very nice. We don’t always love her choices but this really works for her. Love the colors.

 

Taye Diggs in Giorgio Armani
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Those glasses are DOING IT for us.

 

Helen Mirren in Badgley Mischka
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Queen Helen of the Island Nation of Fuckinfantastica, peasants. You are commanded to bow dow —

Oh. You already are. Carry on with your worship, then.

This is the best thing she’s worn in ages.

 

Sutton Foster in Naeem Khan
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It’s pretty in its own way, but we think we’d like it more if it was a bedspread in the Pottery Barn catalogue, where it seems to belong.

 

Phylicia Rashad in B Michael America
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Now THAT is what a Grande Dame of the theater looks like, bitches.

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