Fan Bingbing In Tadashi Shoji – ‘My Way’ Tokyo Press Conference

Fan Bingbing attended the Tokyo press conference for ‘My Way’ on Monday at The Peninsula in Japan.

As much as I love Fan, the ‘Here comes the bride’ chorus started playing in my head the second I saw her in this Tadashi Shoji Spring 2012 gown.

I love her when she does the princess thing, but it doesn’t work for me on this occasion, sadly.

The v-neck floral dress itself is beautiful, it has to be said, but the fit is better on the model.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

17 thoughts on “Fan Bingbing In Tadashi Shoji – ‘My Way’ Tokyo Press Conference

  1. firien

    Totally agree. I saw “Fan Bingbing”, I saw the dress on the model, then I saw the picture and it just didn’t live up to my expectations.

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  2. Martin

    The proportions are way off in this dress. Too much fabric in the sleeve and too much weight in the skirt give it a decidedly curtain-like feel. Compared to the lightness conveyed by the runway version, this looks very heavy and bulky.

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        1. gurlygurl

          Agreed… looks like when someones’ mother gives them their old wedding dress to try on and EVERYTHING is wrong with it.

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  3. Nat

    Bad wedding dress/expensive and very elaborate night robe/very odd proportions = not a good day for Fan, fashionwise.

    Good thing is I’m sure she will instantly redeem herself on her next red carpet showing.

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  4. Carolina

    This and the other look posted today are what I mean by Fan looking out of sorts/phoning it in. Where is the life in her look? It’s not just the styling, it’s her.

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  5. Nat39

    I hope it`s a bracelet on her wrist, not a watch. Horrible fit as it`s been said, lifeless and dowdy. What time is it, Fan…wake up!

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  6. Jess2

    She has been doing well so this is a disappointment, The dress is so gorgeous on the model but on Fan, the dress is too big, looks much heavier and like a badly made bridal gown. I also think that this isn’t the best choice for a press conference.

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