[STYLE] 2013 TVB Anniversary Gala: Bringing Sexy Back

The annual TVB Anniversary Gala is always one of Hong Kong’s biggest parties in town and female artists pulled out their sexiest garb to entertain. Male celebrities explored bolder styles at this year’s Gala, turning towards splashy floral prints and big hair.


2013 TVB Anniversary Myolie Wu Leanne Li

Leanne Li (李亞男) appeared in a very revealing black dress that left little to the imagination. She must be a walking temptation to Wong Cho Lam (王祖藍) in their abstinent relationship. I love peekaboo but when done in excess like that, it crossed the line to become trashy. 

For centuries, lace has been one of the sexiest textiles for good reason. Myolie Wu (胡杏兒) and Koni Lui (呂慧儀) both wore lace, but both failed to put it to its best potential. Myolie’s slinky jersey/lace dress might be a tad better, but the huge cutouts left much of her bare skin showing.

2013 Koni Lui Samantha Ko

Koni’s dress made me uncomfortable. Perhaps the designer was confused but it was everything and nothing at the same time. Cutouts with lace,  and asymmetrical sleeves–it just took away attention from the cleavage.

TVB sex icon, Samantha Ko (高海寧) did not disappoint. She was dressed in a feminine orange slim-fitting gown, with a eye-catching plunging neckline. 

2013 TVB Anniversary Gala Whitney Hui Jess Shum

Whitney Hui (許亦妮) wore a dress designed by Gary Hung. This is as sexy as Christmas wrap can get.

What’s there not to love in Jess Shum’s (沈卓盈) dress? Cascading satin, sexy vibrant red and a corset-like top made her breasts look full and beautiful. If the dress flowed down to a full skirt, it would be a sight to behold. However, the high steep slit revealed too much and made her look like she was trying too hard.


2013 TVB Anniversary Kate Tsui Linda Chung

The most surprising win of the night, on all counts, would have to go to Kristal Tin (田蕊妮). Her black/grey dress was simple but edgy. With her sleeked back hair and vampish lips, her attire shouted attitude, which she was all about.

Although Kate Tsui (徐子珊) is usually the epitome of sexy, she was dressed simply in a two-piece attire, revealing only a sliver of her waist. Her impeccable makeup and her minimal use of jewelry was understated and stunning.

Linda Chung’s (鍾嘉欣) Escada dress is another which I love because it suits her perfectly. And it was a beautiful choice. But, what happened with her makeup and frizzy hair?

2013 TVB Anniversary Grace Chan Nancy Wu

Dressed gracefully in a gold goddess gown, Grace Chan (陳凱琳) appeared elegant and beautiful.

I still could not decide if Nancy Wu’s (胡定欣) dress by Tony Ward Couture is a win or a fail. The sequins were lovely but the shade of blue was not. Whereas I know she is not totally flat, the dress made her seem so.

2013 TVB Anniversary Natalie Tong Mandy Wong Nancy Wu

Natalie Tong’s Pius Cheung lace and ruffle dress may seem frivolous, but it adds curvature to her torso and enhances her femininity.

Mandy Wong (黃智雯) was the frosty queen of the night. Dressed in a cream dress, it was nothing out of the extraordinary. But I love it what she did to her face and hair, which strayed from her usual style.

2013 TVB Anniversary Sharon Chan Oceane Zhu

Sharon Chan (陳敏之) and Oceane Zhu’s (朱璇) styles were oddly similar at the TVB Anniversary Gala, even receiving the same jewelry sponsor.

2013 TVB Anniversary Gala Tracy Chu Tracy Ip

Tracy Chu (朱千雪) caught my attention that night with her vavavoom bosom. I gave credit to the beautiful ivory gown she had on, but lose some of those jewelry, please.

Tracy Ip’s (葉翠翠) slinky sequined pale peach dress is a huge win. Putting the focus on just one asset, the little details such as the sequins and floral appliques on the dress complement, rather than take the attention away from the focal point.


2013 TVB Anniversary Carat Cheung Carol Cheng

Carol Cheng (鄭裕玲) opted for a “pink princess” look this year, complete with a little tiara hair piece on her head. I would love to see her dress her age.

Carat Cheung’s (張名雅) lavish purple gown is a rare color seen on the red carpet. While it was beautiful on her, it somehow also just screamed mainland China to me.

Eliza Sam (岑麗香) continued to exude her girly innocence with the floral gown. She chose to bare the most understated cleavage, which suits her perfectly.

2013 TVB Anniversary Cilla Lok Katy Kung Elaine Yiu Jacqueline Wong

When dresses are so short that you cannot bend without committing a fashion faux pas, then you obviously got it all wrong. While there’s a lot to love about Katy Kung’s (龔嘉欣) pale blue dress, I don’t like how short it is. The dress would have been very lovely if it were full length.

Cilla Lok’s (樂瞳) dress was rather similar to Katy’s in cut. Short with a lot of tulle, but would have looked better with a full skirt in floor length.

Elaine Yiu (姚子羚) is another who never crossed my mind as being sexy, but the structured monochrome dress flattered her body seamlessly. Unfortunately, her makeup was all wrong. Foundation too pale and lipstick in the wrong shade that it made her teeth discolored, resulting in an aged face.

Jacqueline Wong (黃心穎) looked as pretty as a snow princess in her all white gown.


2013 TVB Anniversary Liza Wang Sisley Choi

Veteran actress, Liza Wang (汪明荃) went all matronly with her dark red satin gown and jade jewelry.

Sisley Choi’s (蔡思貝) dress seemed to be taken out of her mother’s wardrobe and would have been more fitting for a much older woman.


2013 TVB Anniversary Niki Chow

Vampire princess? Niki Chow’s (周麗淇) Robert Cavalli dress looks too heavy and makes Niki look washed out. Niki has a great complexion that can be complemented by lighter colors.

Shirley Yeung (楊思琦) is almost ready to pop in her red-ribbon dress. Why is Shirley always trying to squeeze into gowns that are a size too small for her? The cut and fit for this dress are all wrong for her.


2013 TVB Anniversary Priscilla Wong

When I saw Priscilla Wong’s (黃翠如) look, the first thought that came to my mind was “space”. The Jetsons? How inappropriate.


While the women dressed themselves to seduce, the men seemed to have a totally different agenda.

2013 TVB Anniversary Gala 2a

As for Bosco Wong (黃宗澤), I do not even know where to start. While his “69” floral ensemble was shocking at first, it did not look half as bad as I continued to stare at him. However, for someone like Bosco who always dressed for shock value, I would love to see him wear something more classic for once.

While Bosco dressed himself to represent Mexico, did Kevin Cheng (鄭嘉穎) tour Scotland recently? I was half-expecting him to wear a kilt. I love the tartan on the lapels but I do not fancy the matching pattern in the pants. And the reddish brown shoes. Too much for me.

I do like Kenneth Ma’s (馬國明) daring and different shirt but the coat was all wrong! Coupled with the lack of socks, and the folded pants, I see an old grandmother’s attire.

2013 TVB Anniversary Jason Chan Tony Hung

Jason Chan (陳智燊) looked as yummy as pumpkin pie. Here’s a man that can rock any suit, even if it’s orange.

Tony Hung’s (洪永城) jacket is best described as “disco lights”. He could have adorned with neon-glow-in-the-dark bracelets. A bit of fun, a bit of flirtation; it fits Tony well.

This fashion review is written by Karen for JayneStars.com.

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  1. After reading so many posts, it is very interesting to know that every one of us has different tastes of fashion, and some have specially strong opinions of the dresses and hairstyles worn by their idols.

  2. I find Tony Hung’s outfit very fashionable among the stylish ones. Jason Chan’s is not bad.

    Wayne Lai’s looks the most dressy one among guys.

  3. I don’t mind Priscilla Wong’s dress if it is not lime in colour.

  4. Could the artiste choose their own outfits? Or were they just given a certain selection for them to choose, depending on their seniority and popularity.

    A lot of other artistes were missing in the photos above, such as Moses Chan, Ruco Chan, Raymond Wong, Edwin Siu, Christine Ng, Katy Kung, Christine Kuo, etc.

    1. They can all choose their own outfits. Some of them get sponsored but there are others who have to pay for it themselves. That’s probably why we seeing some of the bigger stars in dresses by big designers.

      Christine Ng was not there and I guess Christine Kuo is still in hiding? All the others you mentioned were there.

  5. I like myolie’s dress. it may look like it’s revealing skin.. but sometimes its actually a skin color fabric with the lace…to give the illusion that its see through. I dont like Linda’s makeup at all… makes her look old. Ms HK is soo skinny..she maybe pretty…but i don’t like her. She sure know’s how to work the camera and flaunt her electrifying eyes… thats pretty much it.

  6. Does anyone else think that Nancy looks very different in that pic? I’ve never found Rachel Kan pretty and never thought that she could look gorgeous but from that small pic which showed her partially, she looked fab.

    1. I found Rachel Kan pretty in the last 3 years, ever since she filmed in “When Heaven Burns”. I also like her acting and speaking dialogues with good articulation. She has a good voice as well.

      She did particularly well in “Beauty at War”. I agree she looked really gorgeous in the above photo. Hope to see a full-length one.

  7. I actually really liked Linda’s dress and I don’t even mind the hair. It’s the makeup that ruins the overall look. I also thought that Myolie and Kate looked great. My other favorite is Kay Tse (the singer) but she’s not pictured above.

  8. I thought Nancys dress was really pretty and looked good on her. My fave one is Ocean Zhus dress. Worse is Priscilla wongs, OMG.

  9. I have seen Liza Wang dressed like this for a while …….. simple but elegant, sharp, and dressy. Her hair style was pretty too.

  10. i like what kate, grace and myolie was wearing and i think sharon’s one was nice too .. at least it was much better than previous years where she tried too hard to show off those long legs of hers.

    for males, i like what raymond and wayne were wearing. those safe and traditional suits may leave no impression and might be a bit boring however it looks good.

    not surprised by what bosco was wearing but didnt expect him to wear heels (although from memory, this isnt the first time he wore heels before)

  11. Kate Tsui and Grace Chan look the best that night, IMHO. Nancy Wu looked elegant but could have done better with her hair

    1. Agree. I don’t like Nancy Wu’s hairdo. I wish she would have a better hair style.

  12. After so many year of galas and award shows, i’ve come to the conclusion that Kate and Nancy are always the best dressed 🙂

    1. That’s true. Kate may not be my fav actress but I feel that while Kate and Nancy have been consistently looking good, or at least, not too bad every year.

  13. lol when I first saw the main pic of this article I thought nancy was sharon

  14. I find kate sui and Raymond lam’s outfit the best looking and appropriate for the occasion

  15. I like Nancy and Kristal’s overall look. Linda’s dress is nice, but her hair is all wrong. I thought Myolie looks great, but it would have been perfect if her make up is more edgy and sultry to complement the dress.

  16. I loved Linda’s outfit it is so fashion………………..and myolie wu’s outfit is also very fashion I love their outfit the most anyway…………..Kevin cheng’s outfit is looks like a Scotland recently……………..to represent in hollywood……………………….:) and bosco’s outfit is terrible he is like wearing high heels I don’t why he always wear high heels in the tvb anniversary………….

    1. Agree……….Bosco taste in fashion is oddly weird nowadayzz

  17. As usual, most of the TVB artists have failed drastically to deliver satisfactory attire for occasions like the anniversary gala. I don’t like Priscilla Wong by any means, so I was not surprised when she appeared in something so ridiculously childish and hideous. Suits her, I suppose.

    I personally really like Nancy Wu’s dress. It’s quite feminine and the shade of dusty blue complemented her. However, she could have chosen a different hairstyle.

    Bosco Wong and Myolie Wu were dressed as horrifyingly as always. Neither of them has even remotely decent style. Too bad for two such attractive people.

    Katy Kung’s dress reminds me too much of a prom dress honestly. Cute, but inappropriate for the occasion.

    I loathe Linda Chung’s entire look, which is upsetting since she usually knows what styles complement her. Her dress was far too bulky and the pattern was too busy, completely taking away from her svelte figure. And I agree with you, Jayne: what was with her makeup and hair?

    While I do not favor Niki Chow’s dress, you have to admit that she looked absolutely stunning. I have loved her as an actress since I was around 10 years old. So glad that she’s back at TVB. 🙂

    As for the best dressed artists of the night, I would have to go with Sharon Chan (she looked absolutely stunning), Natalie Tong (from what can be seen), Alfred Hui (my favorite male singer!), Nancy Wu, Eliza Sum (my favorite newcomer), Grace Chan (your comments were spot on), and Raymond Lam (who actually looked quite dashing). Improvements definitely could have been made to many of the artists’ looks (I won’t say names lol) but I suppose that the styles were better than recent years’.

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