• In 'Crazy Rich Asians,' fashion labels have starring moments, but don't call this a fashion film

    3 monthes ago - By LA Times

    In one of the most sartorially splendid scenes from Jon M. Chu's new romantic comedy “Crazy Rich Asians,” Peik Lin Goh, an energetic and confident character played by Awkwafina, deadpans to her best friend: “You kinda look like a slutty ebola virus.” No, she wasn't referring to a promiscuous version...
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  • Awkwafina Talked Sephora, Fighting Dry Skin, and Shared a Beauty Hack

    3 monthes ago - By Beauty

    “Crazy Rich Asians” star Awkwafina shared how she reached Sephora VIB status, and what it means for her shopping routine.
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  • Constance Wu Proves Mismatched Florals Are, Indeed, Groundbreaking

    Constance Wu Proves Mismatched Florals Are, Indeed, Groundbreaking

    3 monthes ago - By Style Caster

    The anticipation is killing us. Crazy Rich Asians premiered in the U.S. today, and we're still in the office. Shouldn't this be, like, a national holiday? Whatevs, we'll see it tonight.
    Ever since news of the film broke, all eyes have been on 36-year-old actress Constance Wu, who plays main character Rachel Chu. In the film, Rachel agrees to attend a wedding in Singapore with her longtime bae, Nick. Not long after touching down in Asia, Rachel discovers that her boyfriend's family isn't just rich-they're, well, crazy rich. As it would, chaos ensues.
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  • Gemma Chan on Her Original ‘Crazy Rich Asians' Role & Feeling Fetishized by Hollywood

    Gemma Chan on Her Original ‘Crazy Rich Asians' Role & Feeling Fetishized by Hollywood

    3 monthes ago - By Style Caster

    Gemma Chan first heard the words Crazy Rich Asians about five years ago, when her sister recommended Kevin Kwan's book as a vacation read. “I was immediately suspicious of the title,” says Chan. “I thought it was some grotesque, stereotype story.” Hesitant, she took the book-a bestselling rom-com about an American professor whose boyfriend is heir to one of Singapore's wealthiest families-and by the time her holiday was over, she had devoured it from cover to cover. “I fell in love with all these characters,” Chan says. “I remember thinking at the time, This could make a great movie. ”
    She...
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