'Choir Boy' Choreographer Camille A. Brown Served Loofah Fashion Magic At The Tonys
She was the first Black woman to be nominated in 23 years for this category
Yesterday evening marked the 73rd annual Tony Awards, a night spent celebrating the best in theatre. As would be expected, the night included some red carpet gold. However, one dress stood out to us in particular: dancer and choreographer Camille A. Brown's stunning, loofah-like gown.
Brown, who was up for the award for Best Choreography for her work in Choir Boy, stepped out in a Cinderella blue masterpiece by costume designer Beeōmbi, which featured a sparkly bead-embroidered bodice and a ginormous tulle skirt. Her look was completed by magenta sparkling heels, a matching head wrap, and a handful of crystal hair embellishments. We're always here for a bit of loofah fashion, and Brown definitely nailed it.
This was an especially important evening for Brown, as she was the first Black woman to be nominated for the Best Choreography award in 23 years. And while she may have not left with the award, she (and her floofy getup) certainly won in our eyes.