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Look at Crazy Rich Asians, the first Hollywood movie about the Asian American character story in 25 years. It’s no surprise that celebrities want to showcase Asian designers on the red carpet.
Actress Janice Koh and Selena Tan, who played the film’s judges, decided to represent Singapore as a fashion choice. This is not only the basis of the film, but also their hometown. Tan is wearing a navy blue wrinkled dress, wearing a neckline and wearing a dress center. Produced by Singaporean designer Frederick Lee Couture.
At the same time, Koh wore a regular collar dress with elbow-length trumpet sleeves and a stylish silk-column style. Her special costume is made by the Singapore brand Ong Shunmugam.
Constance Lau, who plays the Singaporean version of Gossip Girl, is a man who spreads gossip in a movie. He wears a white mandarin dress with a skirt made of ombre tassels. As she explained to USA Today, this dress means “a view of Chinese clothing, which we call Singapore’s cheongsam.” Look at all the beautiful looks below.
Sonoya Mizuno is purely elegant in this strapless black-and-white dress, bringing the charm of an old-fashioned style with a ruffled skirt and a long train. She added a touch of color to the look with a red lipstick.
Constance Wu also took her Ralph & Russo’s Haute Couture dress, vintage screen feel, full sequined silver, and cloak-like fringed sleeves.
Awkwafina wore a Reem Acra silk long-sleeved gown dress and contrasted the blush pink with the red pleated clutch.
Gemma Chan’s silver and gold beaded Oscar de la Renta dress brings glitz and glamour, and she perfectly matches a structured lunch box.
Kris Aquino plays the Malay royal family, Princess Intan, wearing a bright yellow dress with a dramatic train from Filipino young designer Michael Leyva.
Fiona Xie wore an almost sculptural structural dress that brought a lot of drama and fashion to the red carpet.
Constance Liu wearing modern Chinese cheongsam dresses in modern costumes was welcomed by Chinese celebrities and high-ranking ladies in Shanghai in the 1920s.
Janice Koh’s Singaporean brand Ong Shunmugam shakes her trumpet sleeve dress, contrasting the sleek black dress with the red ball earrings.
Jing Lusi wears a Fabiana Milazzo dress, which is crafted in an artistic stained glass design that alternates between pure paneling and crystal patterns.
From ancient Hollywood glamour to modern classic East Asian dresses to designer haute couture gowns, the red carpet at the premiere of Crazy Rich Asians is unforgettable.