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Gemma Chan’s Style Evolution Throughout The Years

Jacorey Moon

Actress Gemma Chan has made a spectacular presence in the film industry starring in “Crazy Rich Asians” and “Eternals.” And she has also immersed herself into the world of fashion.

When it comes to the starlet’s personal fashion aesthetic, it marries the worlds of being sophisticated and classy with being edgy and dynamic. Over the years, Chan proved that she is a force to be reckoned with both in front of the camera and off while making sure that every red carpet or photocall feels the magnitude of her fashion tastes.

In previous years, she went for dramatic moments, but has recently embraced sophisticated looks and colors. And brands have taken notice of her star power, with L’Oreal Paris making Chan an international ambassador.

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Here, we look at some of Chan’s standout fashion through the years.

In 2019, Gemma Chan wore this pink Valentino gown to the 91st Academy Awards. The dress featured a ruffled neckline and a sleeveless design. The gown also had pockets, which, who doesn’t like a gown with pockets? Additionally, it incorporated a billowing hem and train that perfectly matched Chan’s dramatic energy.

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At the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party, Chan donned a glitzy gown from Tom Ford. The dress featured a long-sleeve, high-neck design that was on-trend at the time. She accessorized the look with pumps and a clutch from Jimmy Choo. The neutral-colored dress also had dangling fringe that brought the shine to the red carpet.

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At the 2019 premiere of “Captain Marvel,” Chan stunned in a very fashion-forward and daring outfit. She donned an imaginative couture piece from Ralph & Russo that featured a light-pink one-shoulder jumpsuit that had a long train of pleats with a pair of chiffon trousers that had iridescent laminated fringe. She paired that statement-making outfit with silver pumps.

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Chan brought her best fashion A-game to the 2019 camp-themed Met Gala, where she popped on the red carpet in a silver crystal-embroidered gown and cape with a matching headpiece by Tom Ford. She accessorized the look with matching glittery bracelets.

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For the 2021 premiere of “OSS 117, From Africa With Love,” Chan slipped into a glittery gold gown from Oscar de la Renta that was beyond perfect for a movie star. It encompassed a square neckline and a sleeveless design. She paired the look with black sandals.

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As a Valentino fan, at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival Chan sauntered down the red carpet in a regal yet modern gown. The dress had a tan sequined bandeau and a tan ankle-length skirt. She accessorized the look with matching sandals and a chunky shiny necklace.

Gemma Chan at the Les Intranquilles (The Restless)

On the red carpet for 2021’s “Eternals,” Chan wore a beautiful creation from rising couturier Sohee Park, which incorporated a cropped design complete with a black skirt and crystal trim. Chan accessorized this look perfectly with glittery earrings and a hairpiece.

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See more of Chan’s style through the years.