[STYLE] TVB Star Awards Malaysia 2014 Red Carpet Fashions
TVB artistes were received enthusiastically at the TVB Star Awards Malaysia 2014 on November 23. The annual awards show recognizes popular artistes and dramas, in which the winners are determined by fan votes.
My Favorite Actress winner Charmaine Sheh attended the event in a uniquely elegant white dress. The assembly of the dress and the floral prints are reminiscent of a pagoda under a cherry blossom tree. Although jewelry would have accented her dress even more, Charmaine’s overall look is sophisticated and tasteful.
Sharon Chan’s red lace dress embodies the spirit of a Chinese wedding dress. The high-low leg skirt and v-neck opening are both suggestive. While the design of the dress is lovely, her hairstyle made her appear haggard.
Nancy Wu is demanding attention in a bright Toni Maticevski orange dress. Well-aware of the intensity of her dress, Nancy restrains from wearing any excessive jewelry or setting her hair in an extravagant manner.
Selena Li sported a unique Kev Yiu ensemble that blended glittery crystal accents and a chiffon train that ran up to the side of her thigh. Offset by the pureness of the white dress, the sheer view of her thigh is stimulating.
Safe in Black
As usual, Tavia Yeung plays it safe in a simple black Viola Chan evening gown. Her hair is sleekly combed back. With the deep v-neck opening of her dress, the extravagant neck piece is suiting.
Linda Chung’s fit and toned physique is consumed by this loose-fitting, shimmery metallic dress by Moiselle. The dark blue top and black skirt are a dull ensemble.
Kate Tsui wore another tube top bodice evening gown. The lingerie-like lace top of the dress is unfitting for such an event. The odd ruffle mid-gown is also bizarre.
Innocence of Pink
Unlike her usual wardrobe choices, this dress does no justice to Samantha Ko‘s busty figure and makes her appear worn-down instead of like a rising star at TVB.
Jinny Ng’s ensemble seems to be inspired by the currently popular zombie theme, with its cuts and openings. The bottom portion of her gown is designed to open and appear as if the dress is becoming undone.
This fashion review is written by Huynh for JayneStars.com.