The Cast of 'Crazy Rich Asians' Slay the SAG Awards Red Carpet -- See Their Spectacular Looks!
By Amy Lee
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The cast of Crazy Rich Asians are bringing their fashion A game yet again.
The gorgeous ladies and gents, who are nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, slayed the silver carpet in jaw-dropping designer duds and diamonds fit for the glamorous ensemble.
Constance Wu was glowing in a shimmery sequined strapless number from Oscar de la Renta, accented with a leaf brooch on the slit. We love the edgy pairing of metallic diamond-encrusted armbands by Harry Winston.
Henry Golding was literally golden in an iridescent gold tux jacket, white shirt and black trousers from Tom Ford.
Gemma Chan was pretty in pink via a one-shoulder Oscar de la Renta gown cinched with black ribbon and trailed by an intricate high-low pleated petal skirt. The British beauty finished the look with pointed-toe pumps and Harry Winston jewels.
Michelle Yeoh was a dream in a gray embellished Elie Saab gown with dramatic feathered skirt, matching Roger Viver clutch and shapely statement earrings.
Awkwafina dazzled in an orange gown by Mimi Plange with shoulder overlay and sleek, straight locks.
Fiona Xie, who hilariously played Kitty Pong in the film, looked like a princess in a bright multicolored Schiaparelli tulle strapless gown with floral-embellished bodice.