Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Zhang Yuqi In Elie Saab - Longines Charity Dinner

Earlier, we saw Zhang Yuqi wearing Alexander McQueen for the Prix de Diane Longines on Sunday; by nightfall, she’d slipped into something more appropriate for the Longines Charity Dinner, which was held at the Rodin Museum in Paris.

She looked divine wearing an Elie Saab cobalt-blue gown with an embellished bodice and sleeves and a flowing chiffon skirt.

This stunning look is classic Elie Saab: so beautiful and elegant, and Zhang Yuqi’s styling, with wavy tresses and flawless makeup, does enhance it. However, the heavily embellished clutch weighs down the look somewhat.

Credit: Sina

Zhang Yuqi In Alexander McQueen - Prix de Diane Longines

Zhang Yuqi, our breakout star of Cannes Film Festival, made a welcome return to the red carpet at the Prix de Diane Longines held at Hippodrome de Chantilly in Paris, France on Sunday.

The stunning actress wore a very chic look from Alexander McQueen’s Fall 2013 collection, which featured a white mandarin-collared blouse with gold button fastenings and puff sleeves with ruffled cuts, paired with a teal-green calf-length pencil skirt.

I love the styling, which includes a leather corseted belt to give this ladylike look a classic McQueen edge, a white clutch, green suede pumps and an obligatory Longines timepiece in rose gold.

The hat I don’t love as much as the rest of her accessories, mostly because it instantly made me think of a graduation cap.

Credit: Alexander McQueen & Sina

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Zhang Yuqi In Roberto Cavalli - amfAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala

Our favourite newcomer Zhang Yuqi took to the red carpet for the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala held at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d’Antibes, France this evening.

The Asian beauty stunned wearing a Roberto Cavalli pale-grey gown with a deep plunge and lace overlay, giving her a sexy streamline silhouette.

We’ve seen her in so many ball gowns, that it is great she opted to show off her toned figure on this occasion.

Looking every inch the sultry old Hollywood siren, she opted for a retro updo, Chopard jewels and a silver box clutch.

Credit: Courtesy of Roberto Cavalli

Zhang Yuqi In Alexander McQueen - 'Soshite Chichi Ni Naru' Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Zhang Yuqi, who Getty keeps referring to as Fan Bingbing, made a late arrival to the ‘Soshite Chichi Ni Naru’ Cannes Film Festival premiere at the Palais des Festivals in France yesterday evening.

What I love about Zhang Yuqi is that she loves a big ballgown. She really gets what this festival is all about, despite this being her first time at the rodeo.

She opted to wear a fire-engine red Alexander McQueen bustier gown with exaggerated hips which looks slightly creased.

The creases can be forgiven, because if you are stuck in traffic rushing to get to a red carpet which is about to close, keeping your gown crease-free is the least of your worries.

Rocking the beautiful braided Cannes trend, the actress styled her look with a gold Sergio Rossi clutch and a Bulgari statement ring.

Credit: Sina

Zhang Yuqi In Ulyana Sergeenko - ‘The Great Gatsby’ Premiere & Cannes Film Festival Opening Ceremony

This Asian beauty was one of the first to take the red carpet this evening for ‘The Great Gatsby’ Cannes Film Festival premiere, however, Getty incorrectly tagged her as Fan Bingbing, so I had to ask who this mysterious lady was on Twitter. Thanks to some helpful readers, she has been indentified at Zhang Yuqi.

She wore a Spring 2013 Couture gown by Russian designer Ulyana Sergeenko, whose stunning creations we don’t see enough of on the red carpet.

Stamping her mark at this ceremony, Zhang’s striking pea-green off-the-shoulder gown with a deep plunging neckline was styled with marcel waves and a cherry red Jimmy Choo ‘Claire’ clutch.

This look was also one of my top 10 of the night.

Who was in your top 10 tonight? The best dressed poll will follow later this evening.

Credit: Style.com & Getty




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