Courtesy of Karen Millen we can all do high neck floral in a buttery finish with their fun, fit-and-flare number.And if it's the length you like on Abigail's dress, ASOS have just the thing for you, plus it's got that fab asymmetric hem.The show opens tonight, March 1, for a limited Off-Broadway engagement playing through March 26 at The Pershing Square Signature Center (Ford Foundation Studio Theatre, 480 West 42nd Street).
This production features Scenic Design by Amy Rubin, Costume Design by Tom Broecker, Lighting Design by Jeff Croiter and Sound Design by Bart Fasbender. The New Group (Scott Elliott, Artistic Director; Adam Bernstein, Executive Director) is an award-winning, artist-driven company with a commitment to developing and producing powerful, contemporary theater.
While constantly evolving, the company strives to maintain an ensemble approach to all its work and an articulated style of emotional immediacy in its productions.
So there you have it, it's yellow, yellow, yellow for all things fashion in the foreseeable future. She was even joined by her co-stars for a few snaps as they even playfully posed rubbing Erica Schmidt's belly.
All The Fine Boys is a coming of age tale of two teenage girls in Eighties suburban South Carolina.
Abigail Breslin looked pretty as a petal on her latest red carpet.
The 20-year-old actress rocked an Asian-inspired number for opening night of her new play All The Fine Boys on Wednesday night.
In this way, The New Group seeks a theater that is adventurous, stimulating and most importantly "now," a true forum for the present culture.
In summer 2016, The New Group was represented in London by the acclaimed production of Jesse Eisenberg's The Spoils, directed by Scott Elliott, at Trafalgar Studios.
She looked absolutely fantastic in the yellow number as she arrived at the Ford Foundation Studio Theatre in New York for the production by artist-driven company The New Group.
The long dress featured purple and red roses printed all over it as it was held together by large black buttons.
Fashion month is currently in full swing and already we know that the bright hue will be a hit next season, too, thanks to Christopher Kane, Emilia Wickstead and Marni. Although, if you don't have a spare £1395 to hand, a floral yellow frock is by no means out of your reach.