Tony Awards 2016: Best and Worst Dressed
The Best and Worst Dressed of the 2016 Tony Awards
Stars of stage and screen hit New York City's Beacon Theatre Sunday for the 70th Tony Awards. Hosted by James Corden, the event started with some major fashion moments. See the best and worst dressed stars of the 2016 Tonys, ahead.
BEST: Lupita Nyong'o
Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play nominee Lupita Nyong'o (Eclipsed) was gorgeous in floral. The Oscar winner went off the shoulder in a custom BOSS gown.
BEST: Mark Strong
Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play nominee Mark Strong (A View from the Bridge) was dashing in a well-cut navy suit with a black bow tie and lapel.
BEST: Jane Krakowski
Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical nominee Jane Krakowski (She Loves Me) glittered in a plunging custom crimson Michael Kors gown.
BEST: Jonathan Groff
Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical nominee Jonathan Groff (Hamilton) was red carpet-ready in all black, pairing his sharp suit with a black bow tie.
BEST: Lucy Liu
Presenter Lucy Liu was springy and pretty, wearing a yellow Zuhair Murad halter-neck gown with embellishment at the bodice.
BEST: Zachary Levi
Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical nominee Zachary Levi (She Loves Me) was chic in a grey tuxedo with black accents and a black bow tie.
BEST: Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Presenter Mary Elizabeth Winstead went glam in Zuhair Murad. She kept her hair and makeup simple with the glittery number, which featured a sheer top and a voluminous skirt.
Presenter Common was dapper in a slim navy suit paired with a black bow tie.
BEST: Jourdan Dunn
Jourdan Dunn worked the red carpet in Zac Posen, stunning in a strapless blush dress with an extended train.
WORST: Emily Estefan
Emily Estefan missed the mark, wearing a pair of black leggings with an oddly retro, sheer-accented blouse.
WORST: Keltie Knight
Keltie Knight opted for a pretty shade of pink, but found all of the attention on her leg with a misplaced slit.
WORST: Diane Lane
Presenter Diane Lane wasn't in her red-carpet best, wearing an ill-fitting, animal print sleeveless number.
WORST: Laura Michelle Kelly
Laura Michelle Kelly was gorgeous in red, but went astray with the odd looped accents on her gown.
WORST: Allison Williams
Just a few inches of fabric took Allison Williams from the best dressed list to the worst. Her white jumpsuit started out strong, but inexplicably featured one tapered leg and one wide leg.