Sparkles and florals take over the 71st Annual Tony Awards red carpet


Broadway's finest talent graced the red carpet of the Radio City Music Hall in New York last night and had us all oohing and aahing.

A lot of our fave A-listers showed up donning Fred Leighton jewelry, while draped in either floral frocks or in gowns which twinkled brighter than the Las Vegas strip at night.

See some of our favourite looks here:

Alek Wek slaying in Oscar de la Renta.

And look at all this detail.

Katrina Lenk wowed in a mustard silk number.

Scarlett Johansson took the power suit to the red carpet in this classy Michael Kors ensemble.

Singer Thalia in a sparkling beaded dress by Lebanese designer, Elie Madi.

Amanza Smith Brown in a gorgeous Jovani Fashions gown. (Sidebar: Yay for dresses with pockets!)

Olivia Wilde in a crimson red Michael Kors number.

Candice Swanepoel SER-VING! in a sheer Prabal Gurung gown.

Denee Benton in Oscar de la Renta. Loving the leafy detail.

Look at Anna Kendrick owning the red carpet with that smize.

I'm really conflicted as to who won the night between Liu Wen and British actress, Cynthia Erivo. Both so dramatically chic. Both so... knock-em-dead!

Liu Wen in (and with) Zac Posen.

Cynthia Erivo in Chris Gelinas.

Images: Getty

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