[Style] 2018 TVB Anniversary Gala Red Carpet Fashions
The 2018 TVB Anniversary Gala was held on November 19, amid controversial Favorite Acting awards results for the Malaysia/ Singapore regions. Although it was the station’s 50th anniversary celebration, there was a noticeable absence of big stars attending the gala. The fashions for the ladies was mainly lackluster, but the men fared better.
At first glance, Grace Wong‘s dress seems to be overly sheer. But the dress is lined and safe even under strong camera flashes. Although the fabric can be more high quality, the cut highlights Grace’s figure very well. The puffed sleeves and mermaid fit add romance. But her makeup and hair are too austere.
The dress has an amazing fit on Alice Chan and accentuates her every curve. From a distance, the look is very pretty, but the lace fabric is again not high quality and somewhat detracts from the look.
Nancy Wu‘s flowing gown had an ethereal feel, but appears washed out under the strong camera lights.
Louisa Mak‘s floral printed dress is fun and flirty. It has many interest points, but the backside still looks more appealing than the front.
Elaine Yiu looks classy in this glittery dress, but the dress would have looked better without the obvious front seams.
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Crystal Fung made headlines for being the first to attend the TVB Anniversary Gala without wearing any underwear because her Galia Lahav dress was too revealing. The dress may have been expensive, but it doesn’t suit Crystal’s aura and didn’t photograph well from certain angles.
Love Priscilla Wong‘s exuberance and the bright lemon color of her dress, but the fabric was too bulky and engulfed her petite frame. Mandy Wong‘s plain dress was too minimalist.
Pleasant but forgettable gowns for Rebecca Zhu, Hera Chan, and more Miss Hong Kong beauties.
Kelly Fu looks like a walking Christmas present with the oversized bow. At least Bowie Cheung and Benjamin Yuen wore complimentary colors despite their overpowering prints.
Moon Lau and Tiffany Lau‘s dresses have pretty details but were unsuitable for them, mainly due to the unflattering waistlines.
Sisley Choi‘s dress pairs an odd bodice fringe with an Elsa-inspired skirt, while Samantha Ko goes retro.
Tracy Chu and Kaman Kong in pretty, but uninspired dresses.
Jacqueline Wong‘s tinsel dress and Natalie Tong‘s dress with misplaced shoulder details are both awful choices for the red carpet.
The men dressed reasonably well, with Joe Ma looking handsome in a velvet suit, Lai Lok Yi and Owen Cheung looking fashionable. Philip Ng rocked his suit since it was a great fit.
This fashion review is written by Jayne for JayneStars.com.