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2010 Hong Kong Film Awards – Zhang Jingchu In Valentino

Zhang Jingchu floated down the red carpet at the 2010 Hong Kong Film Awards.

The actress wore grey dramatic Valentino Spring 2010 gown with black open-toe heels.

I really wish she’d kept this look very simple like the runway and not worn all that jewelry and the tiara.

I would’ve also preferred to have seen matching heels or silver heels, because my focus goes directly to her black shoes when I should be concentrating on the construction of her amazing gown.

I do like this gown, but I’m not wow by how Zhang styled it, but she does look better in this dress than Lady GaGa.

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2010 Hong Kong Film Awards – Shu Qi In Elie Saab Couture

Shu Qi also wore a breath-taking nude gown on the red carpet at the 2010 Hong Kong Film Awards.

The 2009 Cannes Film Festival judge looked so regal as she glided down the red carpet wearing a strapless Elie Saab Fall 2008 Couture gown.

This dress is typically stunning, and typically embellished.

Shu didn’t need jewels as the embroidered details on her tiered skirt sparkled enough.

As much as I love that Shu brought this look out of the archives, I still think that Fala was the best dressed at this event.

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2010 Hong Kong Film Awards – Miriam Yeung In YSL & Versace

Despite many Asian celebs being so close to perfection on the red carpet every time they step out, some of you don’t like the head-to-toe runway looks.

I personally don’t have a problem with copying runway looks, but it’s nice to see celebs put their own twist on looks.

Miriam Yeung did just that at the 2010 Hong Kong Film Awards yesterday.

She paired a green strapless YSL Spring 2010 dress with Versace Spring 2010 heels.

You couldn’t get two more different brands, but I like what Miriam has done here.

We ask for celebs to shake things up and that’s what she’s done.

My only problem is I think she’s wearing too much jewelery.

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2010 Hong Kong Film Awards – Fala Chen In Valentino

*Sighs*

I’m nearly speechless.

Fala Chen was absolutely breath-taking as she walked the red carpet at the 2010 Hong Kong Film Awards yesterday.

The Asian actress wore a Valentino Spring 2010 nude gown with a lace embroidered overlay and gold mesh inserts in the bodice.

It’s the perfect fairy princess gown, without being to sickly sweet.

I just love how it complements her skin-tone.

We’ve seen this gown before on the red carpet when Diane Kruger or Barbara Meier wore it to the same “Golden Kamera Awards” event earlier year, but neither had the wow factor like Fala does.

BDOTW for sure.

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“The Housemaid” Press Conference – Jeon Do Yeon In Victoria Beckham

The Victoria Beckham dress collection continues to be one of the most coveted labels around the world.

It sells out within seconds and continues to be a red carpet favourite.

Jeon Do Yeon is the latest celeb to fall in for Victoria Beckham’s pencil dresses.

This dove grey cap sleeve Spring 2010 dress with VBs signature exposed zipper at the back, was Jeon’s choice for the press conference of her new movie “The Housemaid”.

I love the dress, but I really dislike the shoes.

The matching heels on the runway are much preferred to Jeon’s choice.

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46th Annual PaekSang Art Awards

The 46th Annual PaekSang Art Awards took place earlier today in South Korea.

The ceremony recognizes outstanding achievements in the South Korean entertainment industry for both films and dramas, so it would be the equivalent of the SAG Awards.

I’ve been in love with tie-dye prints from the Blumarine Spring 2010 collection since it was presented last October and I’ve been eagerly awaiting its presence on the red carpet.

Son Ye-Jin made that wish come true by wearing a bright orange asymmetrical dress which is embellished with rhinestones and has a sexy thigh high split.

Although Son looks pretty in this I would have loved to have seen it on someone like Gisele or Liz Hurley who would make good use of that split and worked the hell out of this sexy dress like the model did.

The Victoria Beckham dress collection continues to go from strength to strength.

Han Hyo-Joo opted for the Victoria Beckham Spring 2010 black dress with the voluminous skirt which VB has already worn.

Chain embellished ankle boots give this look a bit of an edge, but Han still look sweet.

Love the silver clutch.

Ha Ji-Won was one of my faves on this red carpet wearing a black one-sleeved Roberto Cavalli Spring 2009 dress.

I’m surprised I like it so much because I’m not a fan of black, nor one-sleeved dresses.

What wins me over is that sexy sheer split, the sparkling multi-coloured clutch and her jewels.

I also love how toned her arms are without being too butch. Note to Madonna.

Whilst her fellow actresses were wearing high-end fashion, Baek Jin Hee was wearing a red dress from the high-street.

Baek wore cute mini dress from H&M’s recently launched Garden Collection.

Love the dress, dislike the pumps.

My other favourites include Park Bo-Young and Shin Se Kyung.

Regular readers will remember Park was one of our favourites on the red carpet last year.  She won us over with her love for pretty, ultra feminine dresses.

She gives us that again with this sweet pretty pink mini.

I love the dramatic forest green colour of Shin’s asymmetrical gown.

The neckline is exquisite as it gathers in a knotted detail on her shoulder.

This is the last post before BDOTW, so make sure you’ve shouted for your favourites.

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26.03.10

“Air Doll” Press Conference – Bae Doo-na In Fendi

Bae Doo-na attended the press conference her new movie “Air Doll” this week.

The actress wore a head-to-toe Fendi Spring 2010 runway look.

The look included a sheer appliqué cotton blouse, a voluminous bubble-hem skirt with a paperbag waist and those lusty worthy tulle sandals.

Some of you might be screaming that she ripped this right off the runway without interpreting the look to her own personal style, but when she looks this good in the look I think it’s hard to argue because she looks amazing.

Why break up all the pieces when it look so great together?

The heels however are different colourwise and she’s tied them in a different way to the runway.

I love the paperbag waist.  I just got a salmon skirt from H&M with a similar waistline, and I can’t wait for the sun to come out so I can start wearing it.

I would change nothing about this look.  She’s pretty much perfect and worthy to be consider for BDOTW.

You can shop her head-to-toe look over at Shop Her Closet.

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