1. Zoe Tay
Kicking things off is Zoe Tay in this dramatic ruffled off-shouldered number. To match, she chose gradient-coloured earrings and a stunning cocktail ring.
2. Joanne Peh
Joanne Peh is not one to shy away from showing up on the red carpet in a unique, and sometimes provocative, dress (remember the side-boob dress?) This year, she didn’t disappoint in a black dress that featured a yin-yang like design made with a translucent print. The high neck might have been a touch modest, but she made up for that with an eye-popping thigh high slit that showed off her long, toned gams.
3. Carrie Wong
In a stunningly simple blush gown by Ralph Lauren accompanied by Tiffany & Co jewellery, Carrie Wong looked incredibly regal and elegant.
4. Rebecca Lim
We can always count on Rebecca Lim to pull out a fun red carpet look, and she didn’t disappoint when she appeared in this poufy creation from Valentino. She also went for a parred-down make up look, which was a wise choice as she allowed her dress to be the centre of attention.
5. He Ying Ying
He Ying Ying shone like a diamond with her choice of a metallic Ralph and Russo dress that made her look like a sci-fi glamazon. The foiled bodice added sparkle to her ensemble and showed off her shoulders and cleavage, while the quirky belt detail and high-waisted skirt gave her height and stature.
6. Cecilia Cheung
Cecilia Cheung was textbook on how to create a wow-worthy appearance on the red carpet. Her feminine dress sported sequins and glitter for that much needed shine, and we love the frilly details that gave her look a jaunty spring with every step. But the best part of the dress lay in the back — there was a surprising deep v-backline that exuded class and sex appeal. Take notes.
7. Jesseca Liu
Jesseca’s sleek floor-length gown in black complemented her lithe figure and height, but we especially loved how her cape sleeves added a dose of dramatic flair to an otherwise boring LBD. Plus, it didn’t hurt that she was decked out in S$2 million dollars worth of Tiffany & Co. jewellery.
8. Sheila Sim
Decked in a glittery sequin number from Chanel, model-turned-actress Sheila Sim nailed the perfect award-ceremony look. Not only was the plunging neckline a showstopper, her accompanying Chanel accessories and slicked hair-do added a modern, almost rocker-like edge that made her look super cool.
9. Cynthia Koh
Looking like a regal princess, Cynthia Koh showed off her best assets — her shoulder and cleavage — in this beautiful strapless dress from Style Lease. We adore the midnight blue shade that made her the picture of sophistication, while the dramatic ruffled skirt added a flair befitting of the celebratory occasion. The drop pendant helped further draw attention to her sweetheart neckline, we love it.
10. Fann Wong
Like a true style diva, Fann Wong packed two outfits to this year’s Star Awards, and we’ve got heart-eyes for her second dress from Valentino. Featuring intricate beading and embellishments, this spectacular number is only made better by her dashing husband Christopher Lee at her side.