The 9 Freshest Looks in Red Carpet Fashion from Bright Star
Celebrity stylist George Brescia shares his favorite fashion picks from the opening night of Steve Martin’s new Broadway musical Bright Star.
Hunter Ryan Herdlicka doesn’t make a move without checking out the trends and looking in the mirror! This is one Broadway boy who revels in the great new men’s fashion options as he did last night combining a classic sapphire blue blazer with a touch of “country” in that plaid shirt and the stone-washed jeans!
Emily Padgett featured the hot trend of sexy cut-outs in her short fitted sheath, and that coral was a knock-out too…. and in the matching pumps! Sexy and sophisticated!
Beth Ostrovsky Stern looked lovely in her full lace dress with just the hint of daring in the underskirt’s length! Rose quartz is exactly the color-trend for 2016 and her blazer, little clutch, and pumps brought all the sentimental sweetness back into big-city sophistication!
Andrea Martin featured bright ‘n’ bold color-block and pattern on her simple cocktail-length sheath. She’s always a big smile and a breath of freshness on the red carpet, and she always knows exactly what looks great on her! A+!
Josh Rhodes brought three-piece sophistication in his dove grey glen plaid suit with the five-button vest. There was a hint of blue in the plaid that matched the tie, and the tailoring was perfection!
Victoria Clark was all smiles in that blown-out floral fit ‘n’ flair with the sexy little pockets. Perfect colors and silhouette! And what a splash for spring by Julia Jordan!
Paul Alexander Nolan rocked that blue-silver slate suit with the dark peaked lapels! Fitted “to a T” and groomed within an inch of his life, he really showed how the men are upping their fashion-game and giving the girls a run for their money!
Hannah Elless left 1940s Asheville and the Smoky Mountains far behind when she stepped out of the theatre! Her candy-pink full-length silk chiffon gown with the cut-outs and illusion panels brought her right into the 21st century world of red carpets and klieg lights!
Carmen Cusack looked like she “could have danced all night” in her bachelor-button-blue goddess gown. A flowing fantasy of micro-pleated chiffon, her dress swirled around her like a cloud with just the hint of a summer storm in that deep purple and black panel down the front. I love when a girl loves what she’s wearing to the theatre…and celebrates it! Is this a foretaste of what she’ll be wearing to the Tonys? Congratulations to Carmen and the entire company on a great opening night! #andScene!!!