Lupita Nyong'o was a fresh breath of late Spring air in florals, Allison Williams demonstrated the power of the jumpsuit, and Michelle Williams kept it classic in black and white. Here, the red carpet looks we couldn't get enough of this week.
Lupita Nyong'o at the 70th Annual Tony Awards: Florals are perfect for the Spring or Summer, though the print is classic and can actually be worn year-round. Lupita Nyong'o made a case for the colorful pattern this week—clad in an on-trend, off-the-shoulder BOSS gown with allover sequin embellishment. If you're known for your love of flowers or want to opt for a non-traditional dress, then this is the look for you. And her natural hair, flawless skin, and timeless jewelry let the number play centerstage, while simultaneously amplifying her natural beauty.
Allison Williams at the 70th Annual Tony Awards: We can't profess our love for a white jumpsuit any louder. It's truly one of the most chic ways to do bridal and with each year, designers think of all new iterations of the silhouette. Allison Williams wore a custom-made, tuxedo-inspired design from DKNY: something about this look gave us total engagement party in NYC vibes. And her sleek hair and grey, handheld clutch only furthered the modern aesthetic of the ensemble—ideal for the fashion-forward bride with an edge.
Michelle Williams at the 70th Annual Tony Awards: A woman can never go wrong with Louis Vuitton—especially if the iconic French fashion house is giving you the chance to slip into one of its gorgeous gowns. Bold details are usually the mark of LV's designs, but Michelle Williams's white stunner this week was a study in simplicity and elegance: contrast skinny black straps, a plunging neckline, flattering ruching, and a thigh-high front slit. This is the wedding gown for the modern bride and Michelle's black accessories only further proved that. Her red lips injected a nice pop of color, but nude would be just as powerful.