The Showstopping Looks of the 2016 Tony Awards
The best actress nominee for Eclipsed is totally on trend in her off-the-shoulder abstract floral custom Boss gown and delicate Tiffany & Co. jewels.
Even when she's just there for fun, Cate doesn't do the red carpet halfway: She wears a patchwork Louis Vuitton number with dazzling chandeliers and black heels.
No one does minimalism better than Claire, and no dress proves it better than this bias-cut shimmering Narciso Rodriguez gown and Eva Fehren jewelry.
The nominee for Blackbird wears a stark white ruched Louis Vuitton gown with black straps and accessories, plus a deep maroon lip.
Accompanied by her boyfriend (and father of four-month-old Rocco), a Rag & Bone-clad Bobby Cannavale, the star selects a slinky black Thakoon dress with red paillette detailing at the trim, plus strappy black Stuart Weitzman heels and Ara Vartanian jewelry.
The actress, who starred in the nominated Crucible, selects a blush Stella McCartney gown with a train and tiny ab cutout, plus slender Jennifer Fisher earrings for the Fiji-sponsored show.
The star is a pastel princess in her plunging halter Zuhair Murad Couture ballgown, rendered in light lemon meringue and covered in floral appliqués, plus Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
Looking gorgeous in a color that isn't orange or the old orange (black), the star rocks a cobalt halter peplum with a front slit, plus gunmetal sandals.
To toast the nominated musical version of her film Waitress, the actress wears a celebratory (those bows! That neckline! Those sequins!) deep crimson Monique Lhuillier gown, plus Jacob & Co. jewelry with an Emm Kuo clutch and Giuseppe Zanotti Design heels.
A best actress in a musical nominee for She Loves Me, the star wears an orchid-and-violet vine-embroidered long-sleeve Oscar de la Renta gown, plus Eva Fehren jewelry, a shiny black clutch and silver heels.
The best featured actress nominee for The Color Purple opts for one of the night's hottest trends – off-the-shoulder styling – in her rich midnight blue keyhole-cutout gown.
The Girls star steps out in a sleek custom DKNY jumpsuit with wide lapels, plus a textured dark gray clutch by the brand with a built-in hand strap and Jennifer Meyer jewelry.
MARY ELIZABETH WINSTEAD
The star brings the sartorial fireworks in her rainbow sequin Zuhair Murad Couture ballgown with a deep wine lip, Edie Parker clutch and sparkling Atelier Swarovski jewelry.
The supermodel represents the style contingent in a dusty rose dress with draped train lined in contrasting ivory, plus sparkling Lorraine Schwartz diamonds at her ears and neck.
The Walking Dead star – who wrote Eclipsed, nominated for best play – looks like a winner in her marigold Rosie Assoulin dress, accessorized with Fred Leighton jewels, a purple clutch and lip.
The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star (and nominee for She Loves Me) brings the heat in her plunging Michael Kors Collection gown featuring red lace overlaid over shimmery nude fabric, plus Fred Leighton jewelry and a sleek bob.
Fresh off her stint as Ariel, the singer/songwriter (whose musical Waitress is nominated) seems to still have some mermaid vibes left, thanks to her shimmery Gomez-Gracia gown and braided, wavy hair.
The Hamilton star (and nominee!) wears the night's big shoulder-cutout trend as part of her ethereal textured white Prabal Gurung gown with front slit, plus strappy black heels and long dangling Monique Péan earrings.
The star model selects a handkerchief-motif sparkling and shining Altuzarra gown with a deep-side-part updo and delicate dangling Monique Péan earrings.
The Finished Product!
Here's how you know Megan Hilty is a fabulous actress: She's fighting jet lag (she just got off a plane from Australia three hours before) and she's got nomination nerves (she was up for best featured actress in a play for Noises Off) – but she looks stunning and totally serene. Check out the photos to see what went into getting her looking this glamorous in her Matthew Christopher dress and Tiffany & Co. jewelry.
She hoofs it in Shuffle Along (for which she's nominated), so her flapper-inspired champagne-hued fringe gown seems very appropriate.
The 2 Broke Girls star picks a pretty netted bordeaux Marchesa Notte gown with silver heels, plus Hearts on Fire jewelry.
The best actress nominee for The Color Purple picks a bombshell lace-and-print ruffled number, plus shining ear cuffs.
The star of On Your Feet makes a major entrance in her embroidered fuchsia Carolina Herrera gown.
The star shimmers in a deep blue satin J. Mendel gown with a draped front detail revealing a pleated skirt, plus Lorraine Schwartz earrings.
The best actress nominee for Waitress wears a floaty sunshine-yellow romper with a tulle skirt by Christian Siriano - plus a cheeky clutch that nods to her show.
The model wears a high-slit black halter gown under a gold-and-black leather jacket, topped with Erickson Beamon brooches and Melissa Kaye jewelry.
Michelle Williams' favorite (and most glam) plus-one supports her bestie in a graphic pink-and-white floral Ingie Paris gown and whimsical clutch that matches her mixed-stone Irene Neuwirth earrings.
The musical On Your Feet! is based on her life as a performer - so it's only natural she picks a “Conga”-worthy red satin number with structured corset, plus major earrings.
The actress wears a deep red Paule Ka dress with a pink origami bow at the waist, plus glittering matching bracelets and earrings.
The nominee for Bright Star (who documented her opening night for us!) wears a mixed-print indigo spaghetti strap gown with strappy black heels.
The Vogue editor in chief, who has been on a mission to improve the red carpet style at the Tonys, does her part in an elegant navy-and-coral floral column gown, plus her favored collar gemstone necklace and giant shades.
The diva went fully on-theme for the night, choosing a Hamilton-inspired outfit with frilled collar and cuffs.
The actress introduced She Loves Me (which is based on the same story as You've Got Mail) in a pale peach Blumarine dress with glittering bodice and illusion sleeves.
RENÉE ELISE GOLDSBERRY
The Hamilton star accepted her best featured actress award in a butter-yellow Oscar de la Renta gown with black floral design, plus dangling chandelier earrings.