There were many dashing chaps who attended the 2013 Tony Awards on Sunday evening held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
Zachary Quinto: The forever-dapper Zachary wore a Dior Homme black wool slim-peak-lapel tuxedo, white cotton button-down shirt, black silk-satin bow tie, and black patent-leather derbies. I love that he opted for yet another classic look on this occasion; however, I hope the quirkier side hasn’t been shelved indefinitely.
Alan Cumming: The eccentric actor didn’t disappoint in his head-to-toe white Lanvin Spring 2013 look. His white cotton suit, dress shirt, and white leather wedge shoes were styled with a quirky green-and-pink cloqué bow tie. Love or hate his style, you have to admire him for the entertainment factor alone.
Jake Gyllenhaal: The handsome actor donned a sleek midnight-blue suit with a black satin shawl collar, styled with a white dress shirt and black bow tie.
Andrew Rannells: The actor wore a Calvin Klein black wool two-button tuxedo with navy satin peak lapels and trim, with a white dress shirt, black tie and black patent-leather shoes.
Zachary Levi: Brunello Cucinelli knows how to make a great suit, and Zachary sure knows how to wear one. One of the best of the whole night.
David Burtka: The TV presenter kept it classic in a black-and-white look.
Neil Patrick Harris: The host for the evening opted for a textured grey three-piece suit styled with an oxblood-red bow tie and matching pocket square.