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“Oh! My Lady” Press Conference – Chae Rim In Marc Jacobs

Chae Rim attended the press conference for her new drama in Oh! My Lady earlier this month.

To match that beautiful angelic face of hers she wore a white Marc Jacobs Spring 2010  mini dress.

Her white ruffled dress with pearl embrodiery looks like she has layers of clouds wrapped around her.

No runway styling here.

She added very simple ivory slingbacks to complete her look.

The heels really elongate her legs which already look sky high in that mini.

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“Hong Kong International Film Festival Opening Night” – Tang Wei In Christian Dior

This week saw the start of “Hong Kong’s International Film Festival”.

Tang Wei took to the red carpet for the opening night wearing a dark floral print Christian Dior Spring 2010 dress.

I love the print and that cute fluttery skirt.

I would say this was a great look but something is bugging me.

On this occasion it’s not the tights. In fact I don’t mind the tights with this look.

The problem is her decision to wear those mushroom Burberry Prorsum satin and leather boots.

I’m a big champion of seeing non-black heels on the red carpet, but in this case the black version of these boots would’ve worked better for me, or she shouldn’t not worn the tights.

From this angle it looks like she’s wearing open toe socks.

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2010 Asian Film Awards

Donatella Versace walked the red carpet at the 2010 Asian Film Awards last night which was held in Hong Kong.

The fashion designer was there to present the “Best Costume Designer Award” which was awarded to the Taiwanese film “Face”.

I LOVE what Donatella is wearing.

The colour is so much more vibrant than the runway colour.  It really pops on the red carpet and against her platinum blonde hair.

We know that Donatella like modifies her runway pieces, because as she told me last season “I’m not a model.”

On this occasion she simply filled the cut-outs and gave her skirt a heavier lining.

BDOTW for me.

Gao Yuanyuan wore a beautiful strapless Versace Spring 2010 lilac gown with a central split.

Her hair was swept up into an elegant updo whilst she added silver jewels to complement her gown.

Donatella wore this gown last year to the Oi Fashion Rock Brazil event.

Chang Yung-yung wears the same pink Versace Spring 2010 flowing dress we recently saw on Tinsley Mortimer at Elton John’s Oscar party.

I much prefer the dress strapless as it was presented on the runway.

Guey Lun-mei didn’t get the Versace memo.

Instead the beautiful actress opted for a white Christian Dior Fall 2009 dress with silver embroidered detail on the skirt.

The dress was paired with a silver Dior clutch.

It’s such a simple dress, but the embroidered detail and clutch add a touch of magic to the look.

Zhou Xun also didn’t get the memo.

The actress is usually seen wearing Chanel, so her Chanel Fall 2009 Couture dress is not a surprise.

We have said how we loathed the trains on many of the pieces from this collection.

Only Kate Hudson has opted to keep the train on her dress, whereas Diane Kruger and Keira Knightley have opted out of wearing the train.

Without the train on Zhou’s dress it would’ve been very plain, so I’m glad she didn’t modify her look on this occasion.

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15.03.10

Ruway To Press Conference – Uhm Jung Hwa In Stella McCartney

Uhm Jung Hwa attended the press conference for her new movie “Best Seller” last week.

The beautiful actress looked amazing wearing a blue Stella McCartney strapless tuxedo dress from the Spring 2010 collection.

You may remember that Natalie Portman wore the same dress on The Late Show with Letterman last year.

Natalie paired her dress with Aldo heels, but Uhm opted for high-end, wearing a pair of Balenciaga platform sandals from the Spring 2007 collection.

I adore this dress. It’s so cute and chic.

Wearing her hair up and opting for minimal jewelry was the perfect way to go for this look, but I would’ve preferred heels in a lighter colour like the one’s the model wore on the runway.

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Runway To “Influence” Press Conference – Han Chae Young In Gucci

Han Chae Young attended the “Influence” press conference in Seoul, South Korea this week.

The beautiful actress wore an interesting Gucci Spring 2010 dress paired with silver heels.

Her stunning grey dress is detailed with silver beaded embroidery and a lace-up harness for dramatic effect.

Many of you have stated that looks on Asian red carpet tend to copy the runway head-to-toe. Well Han opted for a different pair of heels.

I’m not crazy about her choice, so I would’ve preferred a head-to-toe runway look on this occasion.

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Runway To 19th Seoul Music Awards – Son Dam Bi In Stella McCartney

Son Dam Bi arrived at the 19th Seoul Music Awards this week wearing a Stella McCartney Spring 2010 tangerine dress.

The dress is gorgeous with it’s flouncy hem and ruffled neckline,  but Son turned my smile upside down with an earth shattering thud at her feet.

Yes she really is wearing biker boots with her beautiful dress.

I’m also not particularly loving the ponytail with this look.  It the kinda pony one sports when going to the gym.  This is not stylize at all.

Over all I’m quite disappointed.

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Runway To 2010 Asia Model Festival Awards – Han Chae-Young In 3.1 Phillip Lim

We’re yet to see the 3.1 Phillip Lim’s Spring 2010 collection on the red carpet, but thanks to Han Chae Young we finally do.

The leggy actress/model attended the “Asia Model Festival Awards 2010” last week were she collected the ‘Model Star Award’.

She looked amazing wearing 3.1 Phillip Lim sculptural organza pleated dress with black and white sandals.

I love the dress. It kinda reminds me of Rodarte with the lace underlay and the pleated, tiered skirt.

What I also love about this look is her wavy pulled back hairstyle. We wouldn’t what her hair spoiling the view of this stunning dress.

This dress is currently available to purchase from Luisa via Roma.

I love the lace detail on the back.

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