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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ LA Premiere

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ LA Premiere

Along with Gemma Chan, Awkwafina, Kris Aquino, Constance Wu and Michelle Yeoh, there were plenty more stars on the red carpet for the premiere of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ on Tuesday (August 7) in LA.

Henry Golding: New crush alert. The actor looked impossibly handsome wearing a powder blue Tom Ford ‘Shelton’ jacquard cocktail jacket with satin details. I wonder how you feel about the black trousers. I found the look to be instantly classic, although I do wonder what the full blue suit would’ve looked like. Tom Ford ‘Austin’ double monk strap shoes completed her look.

Victoria Loke: Some might feel that this yellow Preen By Thornton Bregazzi Spring 2018 dress screams ‘prom queen darling’, but I love asymmetrical layers and intricate details that keep this truly unique.

Pierre Png: I’ve often wondered why men don’t opt for white suits during summer, especially when this Hugo Boss look feels so fresh.

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Carmen Soo: While I respect the uniqueness of Carmen’s Melinda Looi Couture gown, there is something a tad home-made about it that doesn’t sit well with me. Pretty colours though.

Kevin Kwan: The man who brought all these gorgeous people together – the Singaporean–American novelist best known for his satirical novels ‘Crazy Rich Asians’, ‘China Rich Girlfriend’ and ‘Rich People Problems’ – was not to be outdone in the style stakes wearing a Etro jacket that was oozing Liberace-style flamboyancy.

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Chris Pang: Even the men are reaching for velvet during this heatwave. But when Chris looks this cool and debonair; I won’t be complaining.

Jing Lusi: There may be a lot going on with Jing’s Fabiana Milazzo dress, but I love the marriage of colours and the stained glass window effect.

Daniel Dae Kim: Opting to go off-white. I kinda like the boyish charm the sneakers bring to this look. Especially when there was a high likelihood of him pairing this light suit with black shoes.

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Ming-Na Wen: Mark Zunino’s fringe frock evokes 1920’s glamour, of which Ming-Na styles with Loriblu accessories and Zameer Kassam jewels.

Ross Butler: I love the understated, relaxed vibe of Ross’ slate gray, double breasted, peak lapel suit, and wool crewneck sweater from Ermenegildo Zegna Couture.

Constance Lau: This Time Taken to Make a Dress fringed piece looks to have been heavily inspired by Givenchy Haute Couture.

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ LA Premiere

Maia Shibutani: You can’t go wrong with a pretty floral Prabal Gurung dress as showcased beautifully by ice dancer Maia. The look was styled with Stella Luna shoes.

Sonoya Mizuno: If you are thirsty for drama, Sonoya has you covered with her dramatic scene-stealing Alexander McQueen Spring 2007 gown. You may remember that Ellen Pompeo first wore this gown to the 2007 Vanity Fair Party.

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ LA Premiere

Perrey Reeves: From her denim Trina Turk dress to the shoes, I was deeply underwhelmed by Perrey’s red carpet look.

Katherine McNamara: It’s been a while since we’ve been blessed with a red hair / green look moment, and I was fully on-board with this corduroy Frame suit, until I spied the length of the trousers. M.Gemi pumps completed the look.

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Gemma Chan In Oscar de la Renta – ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ LA Premiere

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13 Responses to ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ LA Premiere

  1. Onegin August 10, 2018 at 23:19 #

    It’s really sad imo when the novelist is the most flamboyantly dressed man among all the male ‘stars’. The men are really boring and basic compared to the women.

    The thing with velvet or any other fabric is that the women’s dresses are just one layer while men already have multiple layers underneath. Even with a velvet suit the girl isn’t wearing anything underneath.

    Ugh I want more drama and sex appeal from the men please.

  2. Caroline August 9, 2018 at 13:50 #

    Ming Na looks amazing.

  3. Alina August 9, 2018 at 11:24 #

    Henry.

  4. VG August 9, 2018 at 06:32 #

    The only woman that stands out to me is Constance…she looks amazing in what is a very difficult dress to pull off. I really love it!

  5. Phee August 9, 2018 at 05:00 #

    Henry looks really yummy. Im glad he wore the black pants. I don’t think it would look overly classy in matching blue pants…..anyways he’s uh, nicely put together…..
    Pierre and Daniel also look pretty super in their white/off-white looks.
    Of the ladies, most are ok but not standing out.

  6. amy August 9, 2018 at 04:52 #

    The men are really getting into this fashion thing. Henry looks sharp. The ultimate leading man

  7. Real Nat39 August 8, 2018 at 21:27 #

    I actually like Constance, looks perfectly stylized. Henry looking handsome, good shoe choice.

  8. TeaAtTwo August 8, 2018 at 21:21 #

    I don’t want to sound thirsty on a respected fashion site but I am swooning over Henry and Daniel (though I don’t like the bottom half of his look). I really like Jing’s look and though it’s not necessarily originally thumbs up to Constance too. Maia looks nice but the dress is more look key New York screening than major Hollywood world premiere.

  9. NZ August 8, 2018 at 20:55 #

    The men are looking very sharp and dapper, especially Henry and Pierre. I also love Constance and Maia.

  10. lelaid August 8, 2018 at 20:33 #

    Sonoya is wearing Alexander McQueen S/S 2007. I believe Ellen Pompeo wore it before.

    • Catherine Kallon August 8, 2018 at 22:36 #

      Awesome. Thanks a lot. Great memory.

    • TeaAtTwo August 9, 2018 at 00:28 #

      Great memory or fact finding. I think I prefer Sonoya outing in it only because Ellen’s hair style seems too casual for the gown.

  11. meme August 8, 2018 at 18:58 #

    I see a whole lot of unfortunate ensembles.

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