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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.