American Psycho Fiercest Fashion of the Red Carpet
Celebrity stylist George Brescia shares his favorite fashion picks from the opening night of the new Broadway musical American Psycho.
Laura Osnes made a startling splash in her raspberry and burgundy lace overlay négligeé separates! A witty nod to the sexy-style of the 1980s, and reminding us of the decade of “Reagan-Red” from her scarlet lips down to those fabulous ruby pumps!
Julie Klausner reigned in a regal red bateau-necklined tunic with ruffled sleeves. This is the exact shade that a redhead should wear and with Julie’s beautiful skin and hair, the whole look was terrific!
Krysta Rodriguez made an entrance in the blacker-than-black palette but with a halter-topped fitted sheath that hugged every lovely curve and gave us the backless surprise as she passed into the theatre. Loved the adorable feathered and bobbed hair too!
Michael Longoria decided to break free from the crowd by featuring an elaborate brocade jacket in silver geometrics and imari-esque floral accents. The black slacks, shirt, shoes, and the green edging on the black tie were the perfect frame for all that flash!
Lindsay Mendez was all smiles in her fit ‘n’ flare basic-black cocktail dress and that wonderfully detailed black leather cut-away blazer. The inset panels on the inner sleeve, the channel stitching on the shoulders, and the curved ‘n’ cropped silhouette of the front closure lifted it right out of the ordinary!
Ericka Hunter introduced a rarer-than-rare white note to the fashion scene last night. Though very “on trend,” the crowd last night seemed completely white-averse maybe because of the heavy 80s/psychopath tone of the show, but Ericka wore it in the super slick cut-aways style that’s very 2016. And the gold fringe bib-necklace with jeweled embellishments was an A+.
Krystina Alabado was sexy, sleek, and slinky in her slashed sheath. Talk about daring!! The panels of black jersey that barely covered her perfect/10 body titillated and taunted! I have three words for what I was looking at!... VA! VA! VOOOOM!
Drew Moerlein played the 80s Yuppie card to perfection in his shimmering sapphire three-piece suit. The pale-blue micro-checked shirt and the red satin bowtie dazzled! This is men’s grooming and styling at its best!
Anna Eilinsfeld was smiles and sparkle in her black and silver floral lace-over-illusion gown. The horizontal alternating panels played peek-a-boo in the bodice, and it all finished with a column-skirt of white to the floor.
Sydney Morton featured understated and stately chic in a one-shouldered black silk toga. It flowed and followed every curve as she slid by. Talk about comfort and class! Sophisticated & Sexy! Thank you Sydney for the simplicity of it all!