Peh (right) gets an A plus for creativity. Her “dress” was actually four Hermes scarves tied together. The bold colours complemented her sunshine personality.
Rui En (left) channelled old-world glamour in this dramatic Romona Keveza gown and effortless curls. She normally turns up for such events in more edgy options, so we were pleased to see a softer side to her.
Her baby bump was the star of the night and that was in part due to this Bottega Veneta grecian-style gown that draped over her belly ever so gently. The gold panels on her dress added to her glow.
The sweetheart neckline on her black Dolce and Gabbana gown was a great start and the mermaid hemline a perfect finish.
She wowed viewers with her acting chops (and took home the award for Best Supporting Actress on Sunday) and she also stunned them with her amazing style. This peplum detail on this Giambattista Valli gown accentuated her figure.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane... no, it’s just Tan in a Frederick Lee gown. We’re not sure what she was thinking when she decided to put on this shaggy look.
Her pink crop looked super fun, but her Dsquared2 gown was so drab. It was far too baggy for the petite actress.
The plunging neckline, high slit and loud prints on this Diane von Furstenberg dress seemed like a desperate call for attention by Chan right). It was just a little too trashy for our taste.
Which HDB heartland auntie helped to dress her? This Raoul gown looked a little too mature and conservative for the 22-year-old actress.
She picked up the award for Best Actress, but her outfit was far from desirable. The asymmetrical dress from local label Zenchi looked like a nightie on Chen and her low-maintenance hairdo did nothing to help.