TVB artists dressed up in their evening wear at the November 2010 Sales Presentation. Next year’s series were presented to advertisers at the event. From now until the TVB Anniversary Awards, expect nothing but dazzling jewels, plunging necklines, and the best eye candy!
Linda Chung’s fuchsia dress was my favorite dress of the night! I’m obsessed with one-shoulder dresses right now! Nancy Wu’s dress was cut out strategically, but the S & M influence was a little too much. Nancy ’s make-up was also too washed-out, making her look pale.
Make a Statement!
Koni Lui has continued to make fashion headlines since wearing her plunging red dress at the 2010 Mr. Hong Kong Contest. Koni looked regal and sexy in this rusty dress (perhaps custom designed for her). The sparkly diamonds were courtesy of Emperor Watch & Jewelry.
Kayi Cheung, Janet Chow, Lily Ho, and Christine Kuo all looked lovely in their dresses. Lily’s sparkling turquoise gown was my second favorite dress of the night! Very festive, yet vibrant dress! Christine’s dress appeared to be made of a cotton material which I found too casual for the occasion.
Samantha Ko looked like a Greek goddess and soon-to-be bride, Skye Chan, looked lovely in this Salmon sequined dress. Skye proves that happiness makes a woman appear more beautiful!
Classic Black & White
Riding a popularity peak after the release of Can’t Buy Me Love <公主嫁到>, Moses Chan made a fashionable entrance with long-time rumored girlfriend, Bernice Liu. Sporting a military-inspired jacket, Moses surprisingly looked great unshaven with some facial hair. Call it raw masculinity!
Fala Chen decided to keep her sexiness under wraps at the TVB Sales Presentation and save it for the Anniversary and Awards ceremonies instead. Nevertheless, with her vibrant smile, Fala often manages to make the plainest outfits look good!
Room for More Improvement
Kate Tsui’s red dress and red stockings clashed with each other. Switching to a black dress would have been better. I do like her furry pumps though! Ron Ng goes “Scottish” with the green plaid scarf, which he left tucked untidily. Tavia Yeung’s dress was nice, but the headband and hairstyle made her appear to step out from the 1960s.
Susan Tse’s shawl dress reminded me of something that Elizabeth Taylor would wear. Michael Tse appeared trendy, but underdressed while Grace Wong “padded up” for the occasion. Kenneth Ma sported a laughable perm and disappointing wardrobe choice, while Kevin Cheng found new love in hats due to his skinhead hairstyle.
Normally, I am a fan of corset dresses, but the shiny taffeta fabric in Queenie Chu’s dress reminds me of a big curtain! Liza Wang has a penchant for bold designs. The dress is passable, but pairing it with the gold belt and black fishnet stockings made it look cheap. Her bright pink lipstick almost glowed neon!
Jayne: Which was your favorite outfit at the 2010 TVB Sales Presentation?
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