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Here's What the Crazy Rich Asians Cast Wore to the SAG Awards 2019

They brought their A-game in fashion, as always.
Here's What the Crazy Rich Asians Cast Wore to the SAG Awards 2019
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They brought their A-game in fashion, as always.

The cast of Crazy Rich Asians is on a red carpet streak, and they continue to prove that they're the most stylish bunch in Hollywood! At the Screen Actors Guild Awards night, where they were nominated for the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture category, the gang was dressed to the nines as usual. Below, see how they showed everyone how glamour is done right.

Constance Wu in Oscar Dela Renta

Constance radiated opulence in this silk chiffon strapless gown with a high slit. We like how she wore her bangles, too—positioned around her arms to give a modern spin to her look.


Gemma Chan in Oscar Dela Renta

It took 250 hand-embroidered silk taffeta petals to create Gemma's mullet gown. The actress gave justice to the dress with accents of black and her signature messy' do.

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Michelle Yeoh in Elie Saab

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Henry Golding in Tom Ford

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Tan Kheng Hua in Ong Shunmugam

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Fiona Xie in Schiaparelli

Fiona embodied her character Kitty Pong in this frothy rainbow-hued Schiaparelli number, but done with far more elegance and modesty.


Jon M. Chu

Meanwhile, the director himself did not fall behind when it came to red carpet fashion. Jon had on a custom suit complete with his name embroidered in the lining!

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