You have to see these red carpet looks from the back
You might still be talking about the performances from Sunday night’s Tony Awards, but we’re still talking about the fashion. And stars definitely weren’t afraid to bring it from all angles.
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After stunning at the Met Gala and Cannes in custom Calvin Klein Collection looks, Kendall Jenner continued her stylish collaboration with the label’s creative director, Francisco Costa, in a salmon-colored long-sleeve mini dress covered in sequins. The cut-out back added some extra drama to the design. She accessorized with a metallic clutch and blush satin heels.
Vanessa Hudgens, who added Broadway star to her résumé this year with the lead role in Gigi, definitely went for a princess moment in a floral full-skirted Naeem Khan design. She completed the look with Norman Silverman diamonds and a crown plait. And the dress made her so happy, she couldn’t stop dancing in it.
Saving the most dramatic rear view for last, Taylor Schilling selected a black Michael Kors gown with an illusion back and sheer paneling at the waist. The Orange Is the New Black star presented during the show.
And you might have noticed that the supermodel squad came out in full force for the event. Kendall, Bella Hadid, Joan Smalls, Hilary Rhoda, Emily Ratajkowski and Amber Valletta stunned on the carpet, plus, designers Francisco Costa, Prabal Gurung and Joseph Altuzarra attended, making this year’s Tonys the most high-fashion yet.
Who’s to thank for wrangling all that glamour? Vogue‘s Anna Wintour, a noted theater supporter, who spearheaded the style surge. Leading up to the event, Gigi Hadid modeled a number of gorgeous looks for the Tonys, introducing the “new rules of dressing.”
Who gets your vote for best dressed? Which back view is your favorite? Sound off below.
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