Nothing about this Hedwig seemed angry last night! John Cameron Mitchell was completely comfortable but stylish in his mixed plaid attire.
I had to include these lovely young actresses on the list. Elizabeth Teeter and Sadie Sink's looks were just the right amount of formal without appearing too mature. Their dresses were fashionable, charming and right on target.
Taylor Hackford was beaming with pride last night in a classic light grey wool suit. The subtle pattern and dark blue of his scarf really made his vibrant red tie pop.
Looking modern and sexy as always, Charlotte d'Amboise did everything right for an end-of-winter opening. The form-fitting dark red dress with black boots, belt and motorcycle jacket was the perfect urban look for the night.
Lydia Leonard brought a much-needed hint of spring with her Asian-inspired teal dress.
Tyne Daly must have had the show’s colors in mind when donning that ivory cape and blue accented scarf. Even the cuffs of her black ensemble stood out, and so did she!
David Burtka will soon be appearing at his own Broadway opening for It Shoulda Been You. For this red carpet, he wore a textured blue suit with dark-striped tie. His shirt was a highlight for me with its opposing checked and striped patterns.
Neil Patrick Harris is a huge star now and looks the part. His sleek grey suit and plaid scarf were a great complement to the hints of red in his tie, which were brought out so nicely by the rich crimson of his shoes.
Amanda Burden is a member of the International Best Dressed list and it shows. Her stunning black coat with matching scarf and bag were absolutely luxurious. The perfect example that you can look fabulous if you just keep it simple.
Dame Helen Mirren stole the show in more ways than one at the opening of The Audience. Her vintage-looking black lace ensemble was chic, sophisticated, and a lovely look for the celebrated star.