LOS ANGELES - Crazy Rich Asians did not pull off a win for best performance by a cast in a movie - Black Panther took the honour - but its cast stood out at the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday (Jan 27).
The stars in the hit romantic comedy - Henry Golding, Constance Wu and Michelle Yeoh - scored with their fashion choices.
Golding sparkled in a gold-and-pink textured cocktail jacket from Tom Ford, throwing in a light pink silk scarf for extra effect.
Wu turned heads in a silver strapless gown from Oscar de la Renta while Yeoh caught the eye in a haute couture gown from Elie Saab.
Singaporean actors Tan Kheng Hua (wearing an Ong Shunmugam creation) and Fiona Xie (in a Schiaparelli strapless gown) also contributed to the buzz as they walked the red carpet with their Crazy Rich Asians cast mates.
Tan had earlier posted on Instagram, writing: "Ready for my first ever @sagawards! I'm so nervous but very excited.
"So proud to have a piece of my country here with me at the @sagawards. This is why I chose to wear Singaporean designers for tonight's ceremony."
Posting a picture of the celebration of the Hollywood breakthrough movie - with an all-Asian cast - at an after-party, she said: "We won a long time ago with this @crazyrichasians gang."
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