Red Carpet Looks at the 7th Beijing International Film Festival

By on April 18, 2017 in FASHION, Hot Gossip!, Movies, NEWS

Red Carpet Looks at the 7th Beijing International Film Festival

It was a night of celebration and glamor at the 7th Annual Beijing International Film Festival, which kicked off on Sunday, April 16 in the capital of China. The festival received 424 films from 59 countries, in which 15 of them were nominated for the prestigious Tiantan Awards

Hundreds of local and international movie stars walked the red carpet, serving some jaw-dropping red carpet looks. Here are 10 stars who stunned Sunday’s red carpet!

Crystal Liu Yifei (刘亦菲)

liu yifei 2017 BJIFF

It was definitely a fairy tale moment when The Chinese Widow <> actress walked the opening carpet with her couture amethyst gown from the Zuhair Murad Spring 2017 collection. The embellished top gave more flare to its voluminous skirt.

Chiling Lin (林志玲)

lin chiling 2017 BJIFF

The Journey to the West 3 <西遊記:女兒國> actress doesn’t look 42 years old at all with her slimming white dress that accentuated her hourglass figure. The silver fringe on her dress gave the look a more vintage tone.

Janine Chang (張鈞甯)

janine chang 2017 BJIFF

The Taiwanese actress stood out with an interesting print. The black underdress added more sophistication to her sheer gown from Valentino Spring 2017 collection.

Guan Xiaotong (关晓彤)

guan xiaotong 2017 BJIFF

With fancy florals splattered all over a snug-fitting white gown, the young 19-year-old actress took on an innocent and angelic look for the red carpet.

Huang Yilin (黄一琳)

huang yilin 2017 BJIFF

Huang Yilin looked absolutely stunning in her white mermaid gown that reflected lights wherever she went. She promoted the film Pit Father Game <坑爹游戏> alongside Taiwanese actor Jiro Wang (汪東城).

Jiang Yiyan (江一燕)

jiang yiyan 2017 BJIFF

Jiang Yiyan’s Valentino Spring 2017 dress was a mix of cultures—a Bohemian dress alongside an European medieval-inspired top. The entire look was simple but confidant.

Ming Xi (奚梦瑶)

ming xi 2017 BJIFF

The model-turned-actress didn’t look like she was attending the same event with her elegant Roland Mouret Benford jumpsuit. Nonetheless, her unique look definitely stood out from the sea of ballgowns and movie glamor.

Zhou Dongyu (周冬雨)

zhou dongyu 2017 BJIFF

The young Best Actress winner stunned in her gray-blue gown and a risk-taking sequined bodice with fringes.

Crystal Zhang Tianai (张天爱)

zhang tianai 2017 BJIFF

The breakout star wore a unique gown that appears to be emulating a large, button-down shirt. The feminine gown finished off with a cute bow tied to the waist.

Zanilia Zhao Liying (赵丽颖)

zhao liying 2017 BJIFF

The Journey to the West 3 star wore a couture gown from the Georges Hobeika Spring 2017 collection. Like Xiaotong, the embroidered florals on her dress gave it a more whimsical appearance.

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This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.



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2 comments to Red Carpet Looks at the 7th Beijing International Film Festival

  1. Profile photo of jjwong jjwong says:

    The dresses looked prom-y and tween-like. I like the black and white pants suit, but it doesn’t scream red-carpet-prestige. It would be nice if they had more traditional Chinese Asian dresses like qui bao. This is Chinese Academy after all; show off our sense of fashion. Stop being like and copying everything from the Westerners. The more we try to be them to a T, the cheaper we look.

    *jumps off soap box*

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  2. Profile photo of cuckoo cuckoo says:

    Some people comment that photos in this event are not photoshoped that’s why they look not as smooth and shinny as we usually see, and some breasts look so small

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