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20 Glamorous Gowns From the 2016 Tony Awards (That You Have to See)
Broadway’s biggest night may have been all about theater, but fashion played a pretty huge role during the festivities, too. READ: The 5 Most Awkward Moments at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards The 70th Annual Tony Awards, which honored the finest of the Broadway stage, took place on Sunday night at the American Theatre Wing in New York City — and appropriately, many guests wore their Sunday best. From bold satin and loads of sparkle to blooming florals, many leading ladies wore couture that accentuated their famous figures, all while highlighting one important piece: "One accessory, however, was ubiquitous on labels and gowns alike: a twist of silver ribbon designed by (costume designer) William Ivey Long, worn in solidarity with the victims of Orlando and a visual reminder that as (actor/playwright/Tony-winner) Lin-Manuel Miranda said, 'nothing here is promised, not one day,'" reports the New York Times. "It was the single most resonant fashion statement of the night," the publication adds. See our 20 favorite looks from last night's glamorous red carpet:
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Nikki M. James

Actress
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Laura Osnes

Actress
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Jessica Lange

Actress
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Nicolette Robinson

Actress
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Keri Russell

Actress
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Jourdan Dunn (With Fashion Designer Zac Posen)

Model
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Thalia

Actress/Singer
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Megan Hilty

Actress/Singer
(Reuters)

Claire Danes

Actress
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Busy Phillips

Actress
(Reuters)

Michelle Williams

Actress
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Lena Hall

Actress
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Ali Stroker

Actress
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Laura Benanti

Actress
(Associated Press)

Danai Gurira

Actress
(Reuters)

Jane Krakowski

Actress
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Lucy Liu

Actress
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Lupita Nyong'o

Actress
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Mary Elizabeth Winstead

Actress
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Leona Lewis

Singer
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20 Glamorous Gowns From the 2016 Tony Awards (That You Have to See)

Broadway’s biggest night may have been all about theater, but fashion played a pretty huge role during the festivities, too. READ: The 5 Most Awkward Moments at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards The 70th Annual Tony Awards, which honored the finest of the Broadway stage, took place on Sunday night at the American Theatre Wing in New York City — and appropriately, many guests wore their Sunday best. From bold satin and loads of sparkle to blooming florals, many leading ladies wore couture that accentuated their famous figures, all while highlighting one important piece: "One accessory, however, was ubiquitous on labels and gowns alike: a twist of silver ribbon designed by (costume designer) William Ivey Long, worn in solidarity with the victims of Orlando and a visual reminder that as (actor/playwright/Tony-winner) Lin-Manuel Miranda said, 'nothing here is promised, not one day,'" reports the New York Times. "It was the single most resonant fashion statement of the night," the publication adds. See our 20 favorite looks from last night's glamorous red carpet:

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