On the Twentieth Century was originally slated to open March 12, but postponed its opening by three days after leading man Peter Gallagher fell ill. The cast, friends and family celebrated the show March 12, but reviews won't be published until this weekend.
Celebrity stylist George Brescia – who co-hosted Dress Up! Live: The 2014 Tony Awards Red Carpet, presented by Playbill.com and Stage17 – shared his favorite fashion pics from the On the Twentieth Century party.
Click through to see who made the best-dressed list!
America's Sweetheart, Kristin Chenoweth, is #1 in our hearts and #1 on the carpet. The edgy qualities of her leather bodice were perfectly opposed by the soft tulle of her cupcake skirt. Will those shining gold heels come with a matching Tony in her future?
Bernadette Peters, I worship you for your talent and for your fashion. Always so exquisite at every event. If it hadn't been Kristin's opening, Bernadette would've stolen the night!
"The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" star is always put together incredibly well. Jane Krakowski is glamorous and gorgeous. Her eyes, hair and skin are youthful, vibrant and flawless.
Thank you to the Rock of Ages star for giving us some rocker edge on the carpet. Frankie J. Grande is always pushing the limits and looks amazing doing it, especially in his eye-catching Malan Breton jacket.
Brooke Shields looks great and is right on target with the moto trend. The snakeskin touch pumped it up a notch, highlighting that world-famous, beautiful face.
Way to go, Clinton Kelly! He gave the red carpet some serious style with his casual but totally trendy ensemble. Love the hints of color in the belt and handkerchief.
With so many dark colors on the carpet last night, Miriam Shor's uniquely designed red dress was a welcome splash of color.
Broadway favorite Laura Osnes was modern, chic, and very on trend in her houndstooth skirt.
The pop of color in Patricia Clarkson's cherry red bag was the ideal accessory to her simple black dress and sleek shoes.
Charles Randolph-Wright and Rhonda Ross Kendrick
Charles Randolph-Wright and Rhonda Ross Kendrick were a lovely duo last night. The Motown pair looked classy, sophisticated and most importantly, completely comfortable.