In honor of 2018 Tony Awards taking place on June 10, Wonderwall.com is rounding up some of the most memorable fashion in Tonys history!
First up, one of our all-time favorite Tony Awards looks ever: Lupita Nyong’o‘s stunning off-the-shoulder Jason Wu gown in 2016.At the time, Jason shared that he had been inspired by the video game Tetris when designing the dress, which featured similar bold colors and layered sequins to give it a textural, 3-D feel. Keep reading to see more of the best and worst style moments the Tony Awards red carpet has given us over the years!
The Christian Lacroix gown Anne Hathaway selected for the 2005 Tony Awards almost left us speechless…
and not in a good way. From its lime green straps (complete with an unnecessary bow!) to its shiny purply-gold printed fabric that culminated in a train, this one certainly goes down as one of the biggest Tony Awards misses of all time.
At the end of her run as Carrie Bradshaw on “Sex and the City,” Sarah Jessica Parker made a Carrie-worthy appearance on the red carpet at the Tony Awards.
The Broadway veteran donned this tremendous tea-length tulle confection, which featured a jeweled detail on the strapless bodice — and we loved every minute of it!
It was surprising to see Scarlett Johansson pop up at the 2004 Tony Awards, and she certainly made a splash in this low-cut, form-fitting black Calvin Klein gown.
The red lip and crimped hair were equally memorable elements of this show-stopping look.
Amanda Seyfried‘s Givenchy minidress at the 2012 Tony Awards was a polarizing pick, making it one of the standout dresses that year.
On one hand, the purple spaghetti-strap dress with delicate gold embellishments and black lace along the hem was stunning, but that clunky red belt negated the gown’s beauty.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead looked downright regal at the 2016 Tony Awardswhen she arrived in this incredible long-sleeved, embellished Zuhair Murad ball gown that landed her on every best dressed list that year.
Jada Pinkett Smith‘s Marchesa minidress at the 2010 Tony Awards was all sorts of wrong.
From the bizarre fan-like layers of ruffle to the frock’s awkward length, we expected more from such a fashionista!
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