Overall, I saw some wonderful moments on the carpet last night. There were several standouts, but a huge round of applause goes to Alice and Olivia for dressing the beautiful women of Gigi. I hope the newest trend in fashion we see is even more designers becoming involved in supporting Broadway!
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The enchanting Victoria Clark was my favorite of the night. Not only was she on trend in white, but the fit and cut of the dress were reminiscent of a Greek goddess. The Jimmy Choo shoes, along with the diamonds and peridot jewels from Verdura, added to the luxury of this romantic look.
Vanessa Hudgens wore one of the most special dresses on the carpet. I loved the jewel-toned textures of the Tiffany glass motif. Her sleek hair and makeup was both elegant and youthful. The dazzling assortment of Fred Leighton rings added to the Renaissance inspired ensemble.
Steffanie Leigh was absolutely captivating in her backless, midnight blue dress. From the perfectly coiffed hair to her exquisite face, this statuesque beauty is a true glamour girl of Broadway.
Corey Cott donned a classic blue suit from Suitables and I give him an A+ for all the attention to detail. From the patterned Thomas Pink tie to the Hugo Boss Pocket square (and even the Eiffel Tower cufflinks), this leading man knows how to look good.
Hunter Ryan Herdlicka knows exactly what looks good on him from the funky hairstyle to the fitted suit, which shows off his physique. He brought all those lovely blues together with that crisp, white pique shirt and paisley tie.
Dee Hoty was absolutely stunning in her black lace, backless dress. Her aristocratic character in Gigi would have adored the matching black pearl and diamond bracelets from Verdura that were originally designed for famed socialite Babe Paley.
Howard McGillin, a bon vivant in Gigi, looked handsome and ready to celebrate in his colorful Tattersall shirt and star-filled tie.
Joshua Bergasse was polished in his fitted suit. The feathery design and exotic colors of his bow tie was the choreographer's biggest scene-stealer.
The Men of Gigi
Never have I seen a men's ensemble walk onto a red carpet looking so posh, dapper and debonair. Each member of Gigi's chorus men expressed their own style from plaids to bright colors. It was a young Broadway Hunk Attack.
The Women of Gigi
The ladies of Gigi's chorus were in one word: Gorgeous. Each one in Alice and Olivia and looking fabulous! I must do a shout-out to three standouts though. Ashley Yeater in a glamorous champagne dress with delicate feathers fit her body perfectly. Cameron Adams in white showed us how to make a suit look sexy with an understated black bustier and a fierce heel. And thank you, Ashley Blair Fitzgerald. That's how to do a crop top, ladies. She also chose a color she thought would be perfect for her and she was right.