| Tony Award for |
Best Costume Design in a Musical
|Awarded for||Best Costume Design in a Musical|
|Location||United States New York City|
|Presented by||American Theatre Wing The Broadway League|
|Currently held by||Bob Mackie for The Cher Show (2019)|
This is a list of winners and nominations for the Tony Award for Best Costume Design in a Musical for outstanding costume design of a musical. The award was first presented in 1961 after the category of Best Costume Design was divided into Costume Design in a Play and Costume Design in a Musical with each genre receiving its own award.
15th Tony Awards
|Adrian and Tony Duquette||Camelot|
|Rolf Gerard||Irma la Douce|
59th Tony Awards
|Catherine Zuber||The Light in the Piazza|
|Tim Hatley||Monty Python's Spamalot|
|Junko Kushino||Pacific Overtures|
|William Ivey Long||La Cage aux Folles|
60th Tony Awards
|Gregg Barnes||The Drowsy Chaperone|
|Martin Pakledinaz||The Pajama Game|
|Paul Tazewell||The Color Purple|
61st Tony Awards
|William Ivey Long||Grey Gardens|
|Gregg Barnes||Legally Blonde|
|Bob Crowley||Mary Poppins|
|Susan Hilferty||Spring Awakening|
62nd Tony Awards
|Catherine Zuber||South Pacific|
|David Farley||Sunday in the Park with George|
|Paul Tazewell||In the Heights|
63rd Tony Awards
|Tim Hatley||Shrek The Musical|
|Gregory Gale||Rock of Ages|
|Nicky Gillibrand||Billy Elliot the Musical|
64th Tony Awards
|Matthew Wright||La Cage aux Folles|
65th Tony Awards
|Tim Chappel and Lizzy Gardiner||Priscilla, Queen of the Desert|
|Martin Pakledinaz||Anything Goes|
|Ann Roth||The Book of Mormon|
|Catherine Zuber||How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying|
66th Tony Awards
|ESosa||Porgy and Bess|
|Eiko Ishioka||Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark|
|Martin Pakledinaz||Nice Work If You Can Get It|
67th Tony Awards
|William Ivey Long||Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella|
|Gregg Barnes||Kinky Boots|
|Rob Howell||Matilda the Musical|
68th Tony Awards
|Linda Cho||A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder|
|William Ivey Long||Bullets Over Broadway|
|Arianne Phillips||Hedwig and the Angry Inch|
|Isabel Toledo||After Midnight|
69th Tony Awards
|Catherine Zuber||The King and I|
|Gregg Barnes||Something Rotten!|
|Bob Crowley||An American in Paris|
|William Ivey Long||On the Twentieth Century|
70th Tony Awards
|Gregg Barnes||Tuck Everlasting|
|Jeff Mahshie||She Loves Me|
|Ann Roth||Shuffle Along|
71st Tony Awards
|Santo Loquasto||Hello, Dolly!|
|Paloma Young||Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812|
|Catherine Zuber||War Paint|
72nd Tony Awards
|Catherine Zuber||My Fair Lady|
|Gregg Barnes||Mean Girls|
|Clint Ramos||Once on This Island|
|David Zinn||SpongeBob SquarePants|
73rd Tony Awards
|Bob Mackie||The Cher Show|
|William Ivey Long||Beetlejuice|
|Paul Tazewell||Ain’t Too Proud|
74th Tony Awards
|Emily Rebholz||Jagged Little Pill|
|Mark Thompson||Tina - The Tina Turner Musical|
|Catherine Zuber||Moulin Rouge! The Musical|
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