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Nice 4th Of July Native American Gift USA Flag T-shirt! It’s been a big week for formal fashion. Whether they’re attending a gala, movie screening, or the annual Tony Awards just last night, the stars have had plenty of occasions to dress up in the evenings over the past few days. This means a variety of gowns among them. But celebrities also have fun with dressing up, proving that sticking to the black-tie dress code can still result in a look that’s lively and fresh. At last night’s Tonys, the standouts were those that broke away from traditional glitz and experimentation. Cynthia Erivo wore a white Giambattista Valli Haute Couture dress complete with a cinched waist and built-in hood. Ariana DeBose wore a black sequined Boss dress with a high slit and revealing low cut. Both feel uplifting enough for such an award show, but also modern and not too serious. Elsewhere, many celebrities have opted for high doses of color. At a Bulgari event in Paris, Anne Hathaway lit the walk and repeat in a bright yellow Valentino ensemble, complete with a long shirt and shorts. Zendaya attended the Time 100 gala in a classic Bob Mackie dress in blue and teal tones. It looks like this flamboyant team has officially appeared in the summer. The more colors the better! Here is a list of this week’s best-dressed celebrities.

Ruth Negga has spent the past few months playing the heartbroken Lady Macbeth in the Longacre Theater production, produced by Macbeth, on Broadway in New York. Acting alongside Daniel Craig as the King of Scotland, the star told Vogue her favorite part of being in the iconic play was hanging out with her co-stars backstage. “I love hanging out with them, we are a soul family,” Negga said. Nice 4th Of July Native American Gift USA Flag T-shirt! Last night at the Tony Awards, Negga won the title of Best Actress in a Play. She’s thrilled to honor all types of cast and crew members in New York’s theater world, including herself. “It’s been down for two years, so it’s a great reminder [that] we need each other and how important it is to stay connected,” Negga said. With the Tony Awards being all about feeling glitz and glamor, Negga’s celebratory red carpet looked surprisingly dazzling. On the walk and repeat, she wears a custom Giorgio Armani Privé gown. The look, styled by Karla Welch, consisted of a black velvet two-piece collar, accentuated by a sunken neckline and crystal embroidered mesh all over the dress. Negga said: “I just feel put in the effort and really beautiful. “I love this dress so much! The way it’s made it’s structured, but I feel really free in it. Make-up artist Rebecca Restrepo and hairstylist Lacy Redway reinforce the Old Hollywood aesthetic, while Tiffany & Co. makes it really red carpet ready.