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15 Spiciest Looks From The 2022 Tony Awards

Broadway did not come to play.

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The 75th annual Tony Awards, held on June 12, honored the best of Broadway. The event brought out stars from every arena, ready to turn looks. Click through to see some of the standouts from the evening.

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Sarah Paulson brought a little camp, with an early 20th century silhouette, courtesy of Moschino.
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Billy Porter shuts down every carpet he’s on and this Dolce & Gabbana double breasted suit did the job.
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Julianne Hough channeled classic Hollywood beauty with this chandelier dress by Pamella Roland.
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Viktor Luna of “Project Runway” Season 9 and All Stars Season 3 made this custom look for Danielle Brooks. A stunner.
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Vanessa Hudgens stunned in head-to-toe Schiaparelli with surrealist jewelry.
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Kara Young, who was nominated for Best Featured Actress in a Play, set a new standard for red carpets with her dress (by none other than Christian Siriano).
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Host for the night’s festivities, Ariana DeBose wore custom Boss, giving a little edge on the carpet.
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Nominee for Best Actress in a Play for Skin of Our Teeth, Gabby Beans wore a chartreuse gown by Romona Keveža and jewelry provided by Outlette.
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Law &Order: SVU’s Tamara Tunie absolutely stunned in a tiered John Paul Ataker confection.
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Choreographer Camille A. Brown looked gorgeous in this Carolina Herrera gown, celebrating her directional debut.
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Theater producer Jordan Roth shared on Instagram that this look, custom made by Lu Chen, is the most revealing piece they have ever worn. The look was inspired by a phoenix rising.
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L Morgan Lee made history as the first openly transgender performer to be nominated for a Tony Award, wearing Christian Siriano.
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Cynthia Erivo continued the wedding-dress-on-the-red-carpet trend with Giambattista Valli Haute Couture.
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Sharon D. Clarke looked absolutely regal in a West African print dress for the evening’s festivities.