The Best Red Carpet Fashion Looks from Amazon's Premiere of "Mozart in the Jungle," Starring Bernadette Peters

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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 – offers his favorite fashion choices from the stars who attended the Amazon Studios premiere of "Mozart in the Jungle."

George Brescia
George Brescia

"Mozart in the Jungle," starring three-time Tony winner Bernadette Peters, is one of four pilots that Amazon Studios has chosen for a series order. All ten episodes are set to premiere Dec. 23 exclusively on Prime Instant Video. The cast and celebrity guests turned out for a Dec. 2 premiereat Alice Tully Hall.

Based on Blair Tindall's memoir, "Mozart" is billed as such: "Sex, drugs — and classical music — what happens behind the curtains at the symphony can be just as captivating as what happens on stage."

The dramedy was penned by Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman and Alex Timbers. Executive producer Paul Weitz also directed the pilot, which featured Peters as well as Gael Garcia Bernal, Saffron Burrows, Lola Kirke and Malcolm McDowell.

Click through to see who made the list.

Gael Garcia Bernal
Gael Garcia Bernal Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

10. Gael Garcia Bernal

When you’re as handsome as Gael Garcia Bernal, you can be comfortable and understated on a red carpet. All the attention naturally goes to his striking features and piercing green eyes, as it should!

Debra Monk
Debra Monk Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

9. Debra Monk

Debra Monk really worked that smart, black cocktail suit. Her radiant personality was reflected in the gold metallic top, which highlighted her hair and eyes. Classy with a touch of sassy fun.

Brennan Brown
Brennan Brown Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

8. Brennan Brown

Brennan Brown walked the red carpet in a beautifully fitted Michael Andrews bespoke suit. Gentlemen, sometimes you have to have a suit made for you because it just looks that good! The shirt was such a great color that a tie wasn’t even needed.

Ekaterina Samsonov
Ekaterina Samsonov Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

7. Ekaterina Samsonov

Representing a slightly younger crowd was Ekaterina Samsonov rocking a “High and Low” moment with her whimsical dress and short boots. She was radiant in an urban fairy look last night.

Adam David Thompson
Adam David Thompson Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

6. Adam David Thompson

Tis the season of plaid, and Adam David Thompson wore it well at last night’s premiere along with his slate grey Hugo Boss suit and light grey shoes.

Jennifer Kim
Jennifer Kim Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

5. Jennifer Kim

For a sexy, vintage-inspired dress, look to Jennifer Kim in luscious black velvet by Emma Fletcher. The sheer lace front was on trend this season and definitely last night as well. The updo with braids kept with the romantic feel and looked fantastic.

Malcolm McDowell
Malcolm McDowell Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

4. Malcolm McDowell

Malcolm McDowell is “too cool for school” and in the very BEST of ways. His Prada suit and black glasses combined practicality and style on a rainy New York City night. He knows exactly how to walk a red carpet and looks amazing doing it.

Saffron Burrows
Saffron Burrows Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

3. Saffron Burrows

Saffron Burrows got it right for a Tuesday night premiere. Her blue dress with the sheer lace top was a great length to show off her long legs. The dark nail polish and fresh make-up finished off the look beautifully.

Makenzie Leigh
Makenzie Leigh Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

2. Makenzie Leigh

In a softer, feminine version of a white tuxedo jacket, Makenzie Leigh is clearly a woman who loves fashion. The black leather pants and boots combo created a sleek line, which delivered a cool factor just right for her age and style. A wonderful mix of not trying too hard and downtown NYC chic.

Bernadette Peters
Bernadette Peters Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

1. Bernadette Peters

One of stage and screen’s ultimates, Bernadette Peters was by far the Best Dressed! The vintage Donna Karan with its elegant detailing highlights her incredible body- a clear example of why she never fails to dress perfectly for every event. Each little touch is well thought out from the iconic curls and flawless make-up to the Renee Lewis crescent necklace, the Van Cleef & Arpel’s watch and the ever-present high heels, which accentuate her stunning legs. Ms. Peters cannot be beat!

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