Ariana DeBose was a guest at the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, D.C. On Sunday. She wore a magnificent purple gown.
The annual awards ceremony was held on Sunday; the Oscar-winning actress donned the bright purple dress, which featured an open back with a ruched waist and details that were ruched on the top of the skirt, designed by Rasario. The dress was adorned by wearing jewelry, such as a diamond necklace with diamond earrings and 2 diamond rings. She rounded out the look by wearing open-toe, strappy heels in anthracite.
DeBose collaborated with fashion duo Zadrian Smith as well as Sarah Edmiston. The pair recently dressed her in an all-dark Tony Ward dress for the White House state dinner honoring French president Emmanuel Macron. They also have worked alongside Phil Dunster, Emily Carey, and Jane Krakowski.
DeBose worked with Andrea Tiller for her makeup, who created an elegant look that included matte lips, highlighters for her cheeks, mascara, and an eye shadow in lilac. DeBose cut it to one side for her hair and sported it with a neat updo.
It’s been huge this year for DeBose. On March 1, she became the first queer, openly open Afro-Latina to be awarded the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the role of Anita In Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story” remake. Reading Fashion Institute of Technology may help you realize what’s being talked about or can help you discover fresh fashion insights.
After this landmark victory, during the summer, DeBose was the host of the Tony Awards. DeBose being a host for her first Tony was a way to return to her Broadway roots. DeBose was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for her role on stage as Disco Donna in “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical.”
Annual Kennedy Center Honors celebrate creatives who have influenced the American cultural landscape. This year’s honorees were George Clooney, Tania Leon, U2, Amy Grant, and Gladys Knight. This year is the 45th year of the ceremony, and CBS intends to broadcast the ceremony on December 28.
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