8 Best Fashion Moments from A Bronx Tale Red Carpet
Ariana DeBose! What can I say? A full-length strapless gown in deep maroon velvet, silk, and lace with a train that went on for miles behind her! The train was embellished with embroidered silk flowers in wonderful antique hues and off-set by that thrillingly naughty zipper enclosure that traveled the whole front… and opened just enough for a peek of bustier and those fabulous legs!
Bradley Gibson showed style, but kept it easy in his cerulean silk suit, and that white turtleneck and the sleeves referenced the 1960s perfectly! Loved the peaked lapels!
Lucia Gannett was scrumptious in a deep dark chocolate floor-length dress in silk. The styling of the top with its petite stand-up collar, capped three-quarter sleeves, and lap-over closure took it to High-Class-Heaven! And the color? Perfect for Lucia’s gorgeous Italian palette! A+++
Bobby Conte Thornton stepped right out of L’Uomo Vogue in his cocoa suit with the deep olive shirt and knit tie. The slicked back hair and the jaunt in his step was Rome via Rivington Street all the way!
Jerry Zaks was crisp and tailored-to-a-T in his handsome basic blue with a splash of Holiday-red in the tie over an ice-white shirt, but it was Faye Fisher on his arm that was the knockout! In a cobalt sleeveless tea-length dress with a plunging neckline and a lace finish from the knee down, she literally shimmered. Sexy & Sophisticated!!
Nick Cordero and Amanda Kloots featured the on-trend textures for this season; Nick in simple faun slacks and a ultra-pale pink open-collared shirt let the claret velvet jacket and flame-red pocket square do the heavy lifting, and Amanda featured a full lace overlay dress in navy! …and that 1960s hemline!! When you have it, show it!
Brittany Conigatti was slinky as all get out in a sheath that hugged every gorgeous curve and then belled out into the classic mermaid silhouette at the floor. And that deep red that’s making the rounds right now was set off beautifully by Brittany’s auburn hair tumbling down one shoulder!
Grace Hightower and Robert De Niro arrived on the carpet in stylish outerwear that favored the dark greys and blacks that always look chic! He tossed a broad-striped scarf around his neck that the old-school Broadway directors always favored, and Grace was ultra-current in that zip-front jacket! …and cozy too!