9 On-Trend Looks from the Opening Night of Dear Evan Hansen
Rachel Bay Jones looked sultry in her strapless black and floral chiffon. The sexy bustier top was banded in black over illusion echoing that sweet-heart neckline, and the skirt was a storm cloud of greys, blacks, silvers, and that very on-point burgundy! A romantic dress, yes, but still so city-sophisticated!
Laura Dreyfuss was every inch the sweet heroine in her “princess” gown. Creamy white chiffon below and an embellished and sparkling floral top with her honey-auburn hair tumbling over those creamy shoulders, Laura was absolutely lovely! A+++
Tina Fey and Jeff Richmond coordinated their color palette perfectly in that gorgeous slate blue that’s making the rounds right now. Jeff in a handsome suit with just the right sheen and a grey textured shirt and black tie, and Tina in a bold window-pane plaid coat with ombré squares from light to dark! I love it when stars show us that outerwear can still be stylish!
Stacey Mindich kept it classic in a black sleeveless dress that just brushed her ankles. The sparkling buckle details on the shoes were matched by the twinkling rows of crystals in the bodice. Did I say, “Classic?” Classy too!!!
Jennifer Laura Thompson was stunning in her midnight blue matte ‘n’ satin gown! The asymmetrical hemline revealing a length of leg in the front and trailing down to almost a train in the back and those panels of shine on the bust and at the hem kept your eyes moving here and there! Sexy and Sophisticated!
Kristolyn Lloyd looked delish in her cotton candy pink gown. The tea-length and embellished texture overall were so romantic, but that daring bust-line made it Hot! Hot! Hot!
Ileana Ferraras and Alex Lacamoire were the very in-style couple. Alex wearing what has become the standard for the men on Broadway: A tailored-to-a-T suit, this time bumped with a sky-blue shirt and pink patterned tie! And Ileana in a strawberry-red lace jumpsuit that seemed to radiate holiday joy right there on the runway!
Michael Park shows us how to wear silver grey looking handsome as usual!
Ben Platt kept his leading man status simple and understated in the traditional suit-and-tie mode. The deep claret red is totally on-trend right now, as is the 1960s white shirt and narrow black tie. Broadway’s leading lads are all about the lean, lanky and luxe look, and I don’t think men have ever been more interested in their tailoring and grooming! Congratulations gentlemen! And congratulations to the company of Dear Evan Hansen! #andScene.