The Best Fashion from Hollywood and Broadway at the Starry Opening of Finding Neverland

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Celebrity stylist George Brescia – who co-hosted Dress Up! Live: The 2014 Tony Awards Red Carpet, presented by Playbill.com and Stage17 –  shares his favorite fashion picks from the opening night of Finding Neverland, starring Matthew Morrison.

George Brescia
George Brescia

Read reviews for the new musical here.

 

Click through to see who made the best-dressed list!

Carolee Carmello
Carolee Carmello Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Carolee Carmello

I might be slightly biased, but Carolee Carmello was my favorite of the night. The vintage black lace dress with a nude underlay worked so wonderfully with her skin and trademark red hair, which was done flawlessly. And, of course, gold-and-diamond-accented Verdura jewelry always makes the perfect accessory.

Matthew Morrison
Matthew Morrison Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Matthew Morrison

The star really stepped it up for his opening night in Finding Neverland. He was beyond handsome in a Burberry tuxedo with subtle plaid print.

Darren Criss
Darren Criss Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Darren Criss

Holy Hedwig! Darren Criss was lookin' hot and sexy with his fitted grey suit and black tie. Love the texture and his free and easy curls.

Laura Benanti
Laura Benanti Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Laura Benanti

Laura Benanti is a true knockout. Her LBD (Little Black Dress) with simple gold jewelry and a strappy shoe is a great example of sometimes less is more.

Emilio Estefan and Gloria Estefan
Emilio Estefan and Gloria Estefan Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Gloria Estefan

Get on your feet and applaud Gloria Estefan. She always knows how to dress for her body. Smooth, beautiful hair and black dress with sheer cutout.

Renee Puente
Renee Puente Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Renee Puente

Renee Puente was strikingly beautiful in her sculpted architectural gown by Gustavo Cadile. Swept up hair + smoky eye + beautiful diamond earrings = perfection.

Ana Villafane
Ana Villafane Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Ana Villafane

I've said it before, and I'll say it again, I love a jumpsuit on the carpet. Ana Villafane added that cobalt blue jacket for color, and put together an amazing outfit. And, just in case you're interested, underneath there's quite the body.

Tamron Hall
Tamron Hall Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Tamron Hall

If you're not going to wear a dress or classic jumpsuit on the carpet, take a note from Tamron Hall and show a look with texture, architecture and cool details. Yay, Tamron! You look amazing.

Gary Barlow
Gary Barlow Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Gary Barlow

Gary Barlow wore a classic three piece in midnight blue with satin lapels. A great-fitting variation of a tuxedo on the composer/lyricist.

Laura Michelle Kelly
Laura Michelle Kelly Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Laura Michelle Kelly

Laura Michelle Kelly looked like a princess in a romantic gown of blush ruffled tulle by Marchesa.

Teal Wicks
Teal Wicks Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Teal Wicks

Thank you, Teal Wicks, for giving us a very different silhouette on the carpet with the long-sleeve, short dress trend. Love the pop of red on this backless lace number.

Lara Spencer
Lara Spencer Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

Lara Spencer

Lara Spencer wore Oscar de la Renta with the signature flower. This perfect LBD was young, modern and a great shape on her.

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