All The Glam From the 'Crazy Rich Asians' Premiere Red Carpet

12:11 PM 8/8/2018

by Lindsay Weinberg

The best looks at the premiere of the romantic comedy 'Crazy Rich Asians,' the first Asian-American-focused studio film in 25 years, which bows Aug. 15.

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  • Constance Wu

    Wu sparkled in Ralph & Russo couture from the Spring/Summer 2018 collection: a silver off-the-shoulder gown with sequins, Swarovski crystal embellishments and fringed tassels. The actress, who plays heroine Rachel Chu, topped it off with Lorraine Schwartz gems.

  • Henry Golding

    Golding, who portrays leading man Nick Young, showed up to the premiere in a light blue Tom Ford Shelton jacquard cocktail jacket with satin details. His look included a pleated plastron tuxedo shirt, black pants and Austin double monk strap shoes.

  • Michelle Yeoh

    Playing feared matriarch Eleanor Young, Michelle Yeoh took to the carpet in an Armani Privé strapless dress from the Spring 2017 Collection, along with Bulgari jewelry.
  • Awkwafina

    Looks like Awkwafina got some style tips from her previous flick Ocean's 8, showing up to the Crazy Rich Asians premiere in David Webb jewels and a glamorous silk-satin pink Reem Acra gown. The dress featured an oversized red bow in the back, matching her red Jimmy Choo clutch. She wrote on Instagram, "A dream come true. We came, we conquered."

  • Jon M. Chu

    Director Jon M. Chu arrives at the Crazy Rich Asians premiere dressed in custom ESQ Clothing, based in Chicago. President and founder Ge Wang tells THR, "Jon’s suit epitomizes the overall theme of Crazy Rich Asians: a sleek and modern twist with traditional tailoring, paired with an Asian influence in the lining and pocket square. Being Asian myself, I couldn’t be prouder to be supporting this landmark film and what it does for the Asian community.”

  • Gemma Chan

    Chan sported a glittery Oscar de la Renta from the Fall 2018 collection, along with Chopard jewels and a box bag. She took a Ferrari to the event, calling it "the only way to make an entrance."

  • Jimmy O. Yang

    With Cartier on his wrist, Yang wore a custom-made suit by Ge Wang of ESQ in Chicago. He told USA Today, "I wanted to support the local Asian designers."

    Wang tells THR, “The idea behind Jimmy’s outfit was pretty simple - what would his character Bernard wear? Being a young, brash comedian, the gold dragon jacket was a no brainer. Bonus: Jimmy’s monogram inside the jacket reads 你妈妈家, Google translate it." ("Your mom's house")
     
     
  • Tan Kheng Hua

    The actress donned a black, silky wrap dress from Singaporean designer Thomas Wee.