The Tony Awards have been awarded annually to Broadway shows and actors since 1947 and are considered the highest possible awards in the theater. Expecting moderate creations on the red carpet is therefore slightly naive. Who turned their model into a theatrical costume this year, and which gentlemen opted for the heels?
Jujamcyn Theaters, vice president and owner, decided to really arm himself at the 73rd Tony Awards. He was so enchanted by the theater play Hadestown that, along with Givenchy's creative director Clare Waight Keller, he tried to project the key elements into her unusual red robe.
Creative artist, actor and singer Billy Porter arrived in a Celestino Couture dress and Orel Brodt heels. Shocking, bizarre and perfectly desirable for theater boards!
In a luxurious turquoise robe by Beeombi full of tulle and a distinctive floral ornament on the head, the choreographer Camille A. Brown attended the Tony Awards. If you believed that purple with blue do not go together, Camille will convince you the about the opposite.
Actor Brandon Uranowitz and actresses Dominique Morisseau, Ruth Wilson, Cynthia Erivo, Lucy Liu and Judith Light also put on somewhat more modest robes. Yet, let's be honest: if even some "moderate models" were worn by some Czech celebrity, for example at the Thalia Awards, many would not leave keep their criticism to themselves! In short, we still have a lot to catch up with in creativity and courage!
Theatrical Awards Tony Awards are not so well known in Europe. I have to admit that even for me it was a pretty big mystery. To evaluate a performance that is a lost within the moment is not easy and it certainly deserves its attention.
However, let's turn fashion. The most distinctive personality on the red carpet was undoubtedly the actor Jordan Roth in Givenchy's half latex suit. Okay, we're on "theatrical grounds", so it's clear that there will be no shortage of extravagance. But who does Master Jordan remind me of? Of course! Welcome, Mr. Dracula!
And the prize for the most glamorous robe goes to actress Lucy Liu! Her tulle explosion in a crisp purple tone is really trendy. Do you remember the Prague Fashion Week? Now you probably know where Vanda Janda takes the inspiration!