Though nude was the given theme for this year’s Star Magic Ball, the dress code certainly didn’t stop some of these celebrities from opting to go for “other” neutrals. From ladies in stark white dresses to gentlemen in pops of color, we give you our top picks for the evening’s best outfits.
Two words: Alexander McQueen. Need we say more?
Joey Samson did well with this silky number that was equal parts sexy and comfortable.
This takes us back to Daniel Padilla’s look from last year. But we must say, we felt that Jake’s Boom Sason suit was styled to a tee when he opted to go sock-less and left the buttons on his jacket open.
John Lloyd Cruz
Now here’s a man who pays close attention to detail. Our eyes were immediately drawn down to JLC’s shoes by Palm Beach label Stubbs & Wotton. The message was clear: Don’t mess with a man with good taste.
This Vania Romoff number just proved that a clean and well-made dress beats an overly embellished frock.
This Jun Escario dress has all of fall’s hottest trends down pat: the front slit, the off-shoulder neckline, and the bell sleeves.
Here’s another Vania Romoff that had the crowd swooning as the Maricar sashayed down the red carpet - simple and elegant.
A cool blue suit is a no-brainer way to stand out in a sea of black jackets.
This Rajo Laurel frock hits it right out of the park with its subtle details and textured fabric.
She's only 13 years old but she certainly proved she’s got an eye for style. The dress is flawless and age-appropriate.
Photos by Deneb Villanueva and Ryan Ong