See the Stars Hit the 2014 Tony Awards Red Carpet
Bring on the razzle dazzle! The 68th Annual Tony Awards took over Radio City Music Hall on Sunday night and the red carpet was as unpredictable as it was glamourous. Emmy Rossum, for one, turned up her Old Hollywood charm in a stunning Ralph Lauren column, whereas Fran Drescher drew quite the attention in a tangerine ruched mermaid gown. Not to be outdone, Maggie Gyllenhaal looked as if she'd take flight (literally!) in a feathery confection by Dolce & Gabbana. There's more head-turning looks, of course, and with summer just around the corner and the formal awards season months away, celebs have loosened up their usual red carpet choices.
is ravishing in a silvery Ralph Lauren gown. The actress introduced the cast of Les Misérables for a performance of "One Day More."
with wife Deborra-Lee Furness. Jackman hosted for his fourth time and hopped his way through the opening number to start the show.
in Vivienne Westwood with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
is no wallflower in this tangerine mermaid gown with all-over ruching paired with a Verdura platinum and diamond bracelet and earrings.
is a flight of fancy in a feathered Dolce and Gabbana gown.
in Reem Acra. The two-time Tony winner was nominated for her leading role in the musical Violet.
in Antonio Berardi with Jacob and Co. jewelry and an Emm Kuo clutch. The actress currently stars on Broadway in Of Mice and Men.
Neil Patrick Harris
with partner David Burtka. Harris took home a Tony for his gender-bending role in Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
in Dolce and Gabbana. Mara and Kevin Bacon presented the Tony for Best Revival of a Musical to Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
in Zac Posen with Jacob and Co. earrings and a Forevermark ring. The Wicked-ly talented actress was nominated for a Tony for her leading role in If/Then.
in a sleek Oscar de la Renta gown. Fey introduced Jennifer Hudson's musical performance.
is orange crushing on the red carpet. She co-stars in After Midnight with Fantasia Barrino.
of Hedwig and the Angry Inch goes sleek in a floor-length sculptured black Zac Posen gown and David Yurman jewelry. She took home a Tony for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical.
in Kaufmanfranco. The actress performed a number from the upcoming musical Finding Neverland.
is lovely in this ladylike silhouette. The actress was nominated in the Best Performance by a Featured Actress category for her role in The Glass Menagerie.
shimmers in a plunging teal number.
of 2 Broke Girls opts for a waist-slimming monochromatic look by Carolina Herrera.
is quite the metallic vision in her own design. She's nominated in the Best Costume Design category for After Midnight.
is playful in fit-and-flare black. The costume designer is nominated for her work for the play Casa Valentina.
opts for full drama in a sequined, sweeping evening coat.
in a soft blush gown is up for her fifth ever Tony nomination for her work in the musical The Bridges of Madison County.