The film Crazy Rich Asians – one of the biggest cinematic successes in 2018, both in terms of its box office and its cultural impact – missed out on an award at Sunday’s Golden Globes 2019.
It was among the nominees for the award of best motion picture – comedy or musical at the 76th Golden Globes ceremony held in Beverly Hills, California, but lost out to Green Book.
Its leading female star, Constance Wu, who was also nominated for the award of best actress in a motion picture – musical or comedy, which went to Olivia Colman, the star of The Favourite.
Cast members of the film, based on the novel of the same name by Kevin Kwan, were among the stars seen on the red carpet at the annual ceremony – the first major Hollywood ceremony of this year’s awards season – dressed in some stunning outfits and luxurious high-jewellery creations ahead of the award announcements.
Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh, who was among the main cast members, attended the awards wearing the same emerald ring she wore in the film.
She matched the ring – part of her own jewellery collection – with a green sequinned, floor-length dress and shawl created by the Taiwanese luxury fashion house Shiatzy Chen.
Another member of the cast, British actress Gemma Chan wore a full length petrol blue dress from Maison Valentino Couture.
Constance Wu opted for a custom-made nude dress, with an orange ribbon around the waist, created by American fashion designer Vera Wang.
Another member of the cast, Ken Jeong, wore a classical tuxedo and a purple bow-tie, which matched the full-length purple dress worn by his wife, Tran Jeong.