Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Yao Chen joined Maggie Cheung and Jessica Alba on the red carpet for the world premiere of the Montblanc New And Biggest Concept Store In The World in Beijing, China on Saturday.

The actress looked stunning wearing a simple Jil Sander Spring 2012 gown.

Her white strapless gown was styled with a simple Montblanc necklace, which was complementary to her look. A similar necklace had the opposite effect on Maggie’s look.

This is a very pretty look, but I was floored (not in a good way) to see that she had added black Sergio Rossi heels to her ice white gown.

The sky-blue runway heels were perfect for this look.

A sleek ponytail, a white timepiece, natural nails and shimmering lip colour provided the finishing touches.

You can buy Yeo’s Jil Sander gown from Luisa via Roma.

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Yao Chen attended the Mmax Future Pictures Festival at Guoan Theater in Beijing, China, yesterday evening.

The actress opted for a very girlie laidback look.

She wore a Jil Sander Spring 2012 graphic-print sweater with mint flared shorts.

Usually a cross-body bag on the red carpet brings me out in a cold sweat, but her Chanel floral leather bag works with the relaxed vibe of her look.

Pink ankle-strap peep-toes and a bracelet provided the finishing touches.

You can buy Yao Chen’s Jil Sander sweater from Net-A-Porter.com.

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Yao Chen attended the Sina Microblogging event in Beijing on Wednesday evening.

The actress wore a standout Prabal Gurung Spring 2012 cocktail dress, paired with silver Miu Miu pumps.

This surreal floral-print silk georgette embroidered dress has an exposed back plus exploding tulle petals, French knots, plastic and embroidered hand-painted latex razor paillettes.

Somehow, Yao manages to make all that detail completely elegant, and almost – dare we say – simple.

While the runway version adds a bit more shape and toughness to the dress with a corset-esque black leather belt and matching black shoes, Yao keeps her look ladylike with a slick bun and large white clutch.

Credit: Style.com & Sina

Barbie Hsu looked stunning wearing an Elie Saab Couture Spring 2010 Couture gown to the 2010 Shanghai Film Festival in China this weekend.

I just love how Barbie glows in this nude one shoulder embroidered gown plus the jeweled accessories in her hair.

You may remember that Gwyneth Paltrow wore this same gown to the 2010 Laureus World Sports Awards earlier this year.

Michelle Yeoh attended the opening ceremony of this festival wearing a stunning Elie Saab Spring 2010 Couture embroidered one shoulder gown.

I love pink floral appliqués, but not too fond of her earrings.

Others at this event included Huo Siyan who opted for a black and white Chanel Spring 2010 dress which she paired with YSL Trib Two heels.

I think this is the first time I’ve seen/noticed Trib Two’s on the red carpet at an Asian event.

Pace Wu opted for an embellished nude and ivory Christian Dior Spring 2010 gown which slightly washes her out.

Chinese actress Yao Chen looked stunning wearing a Versace gown which has a metallic bust and a white chiffon flowing skirt.

Barbie is my favourite here.

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Fan Bingbing was one of the many Asian celebrities to attend the Louis Vuitton Flagship Store Opening in Shenzhen earlier this month, and it looks like Fan has become a fan of the brand.

To the Shanghai Premiere of “Sophie’s Revenge” this week, Fan looked outstanding wearing a pink satin Louis Vuitton Fall 2009 mini dress with fishnet tights and YSL Fall 2008 black heels with a gold platform.

The dress is outstanding.

Aside from the colour I love the way it drapes, and I’m glad she didn’t feel the need to wear all the LV accessory’s.

I love her new rich auburn locks.  She really stands out from the other ladies. It’s a drastic but nice change to her much darker roots.

Co-stars Yao Chen, Peter Ho and Zhang Ziyi also attended the premiere.

Yao wore a stand-out aqua blue sleeveless dress with an silk draping neckline, whilst Zhang opted for a fuschia pink dress with black heels.

There was a time when Zhang would have stood out the most, but I’m instantly drawn to Fan.

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Fan Bingbing wore the same avant-garde Louis Vuitton Fall 2009 psychedelic paisley print dress, which Leighton Meester wore to the Met Gala earlier this year.

Leighton ended up on many worst dressed list, but I wouldn’t put Fan on a worst dressed list mostly because she didn’t wear those matching leggings, which were Leighton’s downfall.

I really love this look on Fan, even though she toned it down.

Instead the beautiful actress wore tights, black wedges and carried a simple black clutch to complete her look.

Li Xiaolu also sported a re-run from the Met Gala.

She’s wearing the same dress Madonna wore minus the thigh high boots, fingerless gloves and bunny ears.

It’s easier to appreciate how cute this dress is without all the madness.

I’m glad she opted for a pair of cute peep-toes rather than the expected LV platforms.

Yao Chen gave us something new via her Louis Vuitton Fall 2009 ensemble which included a nude top and a pink skirt with a layered detail on one side and a black pom pom on the other.

I wish she hadn’t decided to bring so much attention to her clutch, so I could see more of her skirt.

She did opt for the LV Fall 2009 platform heels, which matched her bra strap which is poking out of her top.

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Credit: Style.com, Sina & Zuma Press




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