Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Shu Qi In Alexander McQueen - Roger Vivier HangZhou Store Opening

Shu Qi attended the Roger Vivier Hangzhou store opening in China on Saturday.

The actress would’ve stood out wearing a bold hued Alexander McQueen jacquard sunflower yellow dress with a tonal honeycomb and bee pattern throughout which was a signature of the Spring 2013 collection.

Her dress also featured exaggerated off the shoulder detail and a deep curved V neckline giving the sweet dress a sexy edge.

Supporting the Roger Vivier’s opening Shu Qi accessorized her look with a mini ‘Prismick’ shoulder bag and ‘Bibendum’ sandals.

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You can buy Shu Qi’s Alexander McQueen dress from farfetch.com US and farfetch.com.

Credit: Sina

Shu Qi In Tory Burch S13 - Sands Macao One Year Anniversary Celebration

Since we were first introduced to Shu Qi during the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, we have been captivated by her effortless style and beauty.

Last Thursday, the Asian beauty attended the Sands Macao one-year-anniversary celebrations in Macau, China.

She looked divine, wearing a Tory Burch Spring 2013 gown.

Complementing the gold backdrop, she opted to keep the styling of her yellow embroidered dress with a sheer honeycomb embroidered organza overlay and a side slit to a minimum, with a silver bracelet and side-swept waves.

Her overall look is much more visually pleasing compared to the over-accessorized runway look.

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You can buy Shu Qi’s Tory Burch dress from farfetch.com US and farfetch.com.

Credit: Style.com & Sina

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Dior Shanghai Spring 2013 Couture

As Asia is such an important market for fashion brands, Christian Dior headed east to present their Spring 2013 Haute Couture collection at Five on the Bund in Shanghai, China on Saturday, inviting several of our favourite Asian actresses who all wore looks from the Dior Spring 2013 ready-to-wear collection.

Zhang Ziyi: The Asian superstar took her front-row seat wearing a look from the Spring 2013 ready-to-wear collection, which has been so successful on the red carpet. She selected a yellow-gold paillette dress with a layered tulle overlay. This look would’ve been amazing if she had worn the runway belt. As presented, Zhang looks very boxy.

Shu Qi: Taking a more masculine approach, Shu Qi wore a Dior charcoal-grey tuxedo dress with notched lapels and a pleated skirt with shimmering blue and pink panels. Not only do I not get the dress, but I also don’t understand the styling choice of adding patterned tights. A very rare miss for Shu Qi.

Angelababy: Even Angelababy can’t make this collection work. All I see here is a lot of fabric posing as a tri-coloured strapless Dior dress, and a solid effort to lift the look with pink Dior sandals and a grey Miss Dior bag; sadly, those efforts are to no avail.

Sun Li: The actress is the only one who gets a pass from me. While we have seen this Dior strapless tuxedo dress before on Allison Williams, this is the only dress that worked on this red carpet; of course, it is hard to go wrong with an LBD.

Do any of these looks work for you? In answer to my own question, “No.”

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Shu Qi attended the Beijing press conference for her latest project, ‘Journey to the West’, in China last Thursday.

The actress wore a Stella McCartney one-sleeved illusion cut-out dress, which she accessorized with electric-blue patent pumps with embellishments on the heel.

Usually demure, I love this sexier look on Shu Qi. I love the pops of blue via her nails and pumps, but I wish she had swept her hair over her other shoulder to show off the more interesting, sculptured details.

You can buy Shu’s Stella McCartney dress from Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, Luisa via Roma,
Matches Fashion Global and Matches Fashion UK.

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Shu Qi attended the opening ceremony of Piaget’s new store in Hong Kong, China last week.

The Taiwanese actress wore an Elie Saab Fall 2011 gown for the occasion.

I was delighted to finally see this maroon embellished gown, with a plunging neckline, on the red carpet.

She of course accessorized her look with Piaget jewels but I was surprised she added blue Giuseppe Zanotti embellished peep-toes to this look.

I’m on the fence about her footwear. Whilst they are a welcome addition to all the hum-drum shoes we see on the red carpet, I’m also thinking they take some of the elegance away from the look.

What do you think?

Credit: Style.com & Sina




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