Michelle Yeoh has been shining on the big screen since the 60 years, with plenty of red carpets under her belt. So, what’s her ultimate ingredient when it comes to awards season prep? “Masks, masks, masks!” she told Vogue ahead of the BAFTA, after her role in the bold Everything Everywhere All At Once
Nominated for Best Actress.
While the star is a veteran of the red carpet at this point, this year’s whirlwind ceremony was extra special, Because an unlikely critical smash by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert has finally brought Yeoh the mainstream recognition she deserves. (She’s also in the running for Best Actress at the Oscars, which, if successful, would be the first Asian-American nominee to take home the trophy in the Academy’s 90 year history.) “At least It can be said that this journey has been very exciting,” Yang said. “Overwhelming at times, but still inspiring.”
In the spotlight of 60, the actor has donned the sculpture Awards season reigns supreme in a stylized Schiaparelli, Armani Privé sequins, a princess-inspired Carolina Herrera, and even a lavender Off-White shorts suit. “Dressing up and trying out different looks is fun and wonderful,” says Yeoh, who calls her mother her personal style icon, of her joyful approach to formalwear. “Celebrating with our family and fans who have supported us so much.”
For BAFTA night, this The star turned to Dior, and the “talent” of creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri, who walked the Royal Festival Hall red carpet behind Yeoh in a caped and blush suit. “Dior embodies passion, excellence and innovation,” says Yeoh, who aims to achieve “British chic” through tailored designs, a look she says makes her feel stylish and fun. For accessories, Michelle opted for Moussaieff diamonds to complement her look, adding just the right amount of sparkle to a leading lady who is all about embracing her time of sparkle.
Take a closer look at Michelle’s Dior suit below.