2019 HKFA: Fashion at the Red Carpet

Celebrating the films of 2018, the awards season came to an end with the 38th Hong Kong Film Awards, which was held on Sunday, April 14 at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui. Hundreds of stars conglomerated at the cultural centre on Sunday to not only celebrate the best films produced in 2018, but also their beautiful red carpet dresses!

Check out some of their looks below:

Song Hye-kyo (宋慧喬)

The Hallyu star showed up in a sophisticated black dress to announce Best Picture alongside Andy Lau (劉德華).

Charlene Choi (蔡卓妍)

The Twins member was nominated for Best Actress—her third BA nomination—for her performance in The Lady Improper <非分熟女> while wearing this floral gown.

Fiona Sit (薛凱琪) and Janice Man (文詠珊)

Wearing spring trends, Fiona and Janice were invited to announce Best Cinematography.

Irene Wan (溫碧霞)

The 52-year-old doesn’t look any day older, especially in this asymmetrical gown!

Kay Tse (謝安琪)

The singer’s blazer had a plunging back that would sure turn heads.

Sabrina Qiu (邱意濃)

The cut of her pastel gown completely complimented Sabrina’s voluptuous figure.


Chrissie Chau (周秀娜)

The Best Art Director and Best Costume Designer announcer made a daring appearance in a white gown that was not only backless, but also with a super low cut at the front that reached below her belly button.

Jennifer Yu (余香凝)

The ex-girlfriend of Carlos Chan (陳家樂) had not only the most conservative look, but also the most unique one.

Chloe Maayan (曾美慧孜)

The Best Actress winner is sexy, bold, and confident.

Nancy Wu (胡定欣)

The Best New Performer nominee and TV Queen is upping the game from her TV carpet dresses, which usually has less volume.

Teresa Mo (毛舜筠)

The veteran actress and Best Actress announcer looked elegant and classy in her suit.

Vicky Chen (文琪)

The 15-year-old is the youngest actress to be nominated for Best Actress at Taiwan’s Golden Horse Awards.

Source: SINA

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

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  1. I actually think they are all awful. Either they are too frumpy and reserved or have plunging necklines which I hate.

  2. Chrissie Chau (周秀娜)’s dress – why bother to wear anything since her dress cuts that low already?

    Chloe Maayan (曾美慧孜) – was she high on something? Her eyes looked strange.

    Why can’t these ladies dress more modest and classy?

    Not one of these dresses that can make you say: “Wow! That’s so pretty and classy”.

    1. @dramas4me LOL..right OMG WTH were they thinking. The twins girl, Chloe whoever she is, Nancy Wu & the 15 yo she’s young so she’s off the hook hahah…OMG

    2. @dramas4me
      Chloe Maayan (曾美慧孜) – was she high on something? Her eyes looked strange.

      She looks like shes raging. Strange for someone whos won the best actress award. I have no idea who she is, out of touch with the hk film world.

      Just googled her. She’s only 30?!!!

  3. All of these neutral skin-toned dresses make the women look dead and dreary.

    Irene Wan’s dress gave her some life and zest, but the style seems a little outdated.

    I like Fiona Sit’s outfit; the white gives a good contrast against her skin, while the V-neck slit isn’t as wide as Chrissie Chau’s, which makes it more conservative & polished.

    Janice Man’s dress would’ve been a contender, but the yellow of her dress is too pale, subtracting life & vitality from her muted skin tone.

    Nancy Wu’s gown is too much. Looks like a hodge-podge of tissues thrown together.

    Teresa Mo suit is an understated elegance.

    Chloe Maayan looks fierce and a bit like a snake lady with her dress. She’s a case of the person expressing the dress and not the dress expressing the person. If it was on her dress alone, I don’t think I would give more than a passing glance, but combined with her makeup, hair and facial expressions, it brings the look together.

    The rest are a pass.

  4. charlene looking more and more elegant. oh gosh, the girl at the bottom, i think she aimed for the cute look but oh my….

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