Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Beth Behrs looked beautiful on the red carpet at the 2012 Tony Awards held at the Beacon Theatre in New York City yesterday evening.

The ‘2 Broke Girls’ actress wore a Naeem Khan Spring 2012 gown.

Her sultry red caviar-beaded jersey long-sleeved gown not only had a plunging neckline, but it also had an open back.

With a slick of nude lippie, she completed her look with a black clutch and a high ponytail.

Her clutch isn’t lighting my fire, but everything else is.

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Elizabeth A. Davis joined Jessica Chastain and Amanda Seyfried on the red carpet at the 2012 Tony Awards, held at the Beacon Theatre in New York City last night.

The actress selected one of the gowns from Christian Siriano’s Spring 2012 collection.

This collection has been underutilized on the red carpet, so I’m happy for the sighting.

Her modern interpretation of a classic ball gown featured a bodice with feather-like detailing, with a satin sash to define her waist and a dove grey tulle full skirt.

I wish she had opted for an updo instead of a side-swept ponytail, but she looked beautiful nonetheless.

She accessorized with silver jewels and completed her look with pink glossy lips.

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After feeling traumatized by Amanda Seyfried’s look on the red carpet at the 2012 Tony Awards, held at the Beacon Theatre in New York City last night, Bernadette Peters injected some much needed glamour to this event.

The actress wore a Donna Karan purple strapless gown, which appeared to be inspired by Look 41 from the Spring 2012 collection.

Her mermaid gown with a tiered hemline and folded detail on the bodice was styled with her signature red ringlets in an updo with tendrils framing her face, David Webb jewels plus a gold box clutch.

Now this is what the Tony Awards is all about.

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Posted by Catherine Kallon on June 11th, 2012 In: Bernadette Peters, Donna Karan, Tony Awards

My heart sank when I saw Amanda Seyfried on the red carpet at the 2012 Tony Awards, held at the Beacon Theatre in New York City this evening.

This look will give me nightmares.

I don’t think I have ever disliked a look worn by Amanda Seyfried, but as the saying goes, “there’s a first time for everything”.

The actress donned a Givenchy Fall 2012 purple slip dress with gold embellished details which was accented with an orange belt.

Seeing this look on someone as gorgeous and flawless as Amanda proves my theory, this collection was always going to be difficult to translate well on the red carpet.

What was she thinking? And the Tony Awards of all occasions.

Apart from those Givenchy sandals, I can’t find one good thing to say about this look.

Can you?

Fred Leighton jewels and an orange Givenchy clutch accessorized her look.

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I was just about to call it a night until Jessica Chastain caught my eye.

The actress dazzled on the red carpet in New York City this evening for the 66th Annual Tony Awards, held at the Beacon Theatre.

Dressed in a nude sheer Marios Schwab Fall 2012 long-sleeve dress, I’m sure this look is going to bring up much debate.

Enriched with Swarovski Elements, this embellished frock could’ve gone two ways:

Jessica could’ve lined the dress losing all the mystery, intrigue and possibly even the details.

Or, she could’ve worn the dress as presented on the runway with the built-in corset for support.

I’m glad she chose the latter.

It may not be to be to everyone’s liking, but I find that Jessica doesn’t take enough risks on the red carpet.

This one paid off for me.

Silver satin Giuseppe Zanotti ankle strap peep-toes completed the look.

Love or loathe?

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