Some of Singapore’s most popular television artistes strutted out at the launch of Fendi’s newest store at ION Orchard on Friday (2 Feb).
Arriving in their favourite Spring 2018 ready-to-wear looks by the Italian fashion brand, each of them had a lot of pizzaz to add to their getups, which consisted of mainly triangular shoulders, nips into the waists and flaring hems.
Speaking to the press, Zoe Tay, the nominee for Best Actress at this year’s Star Awards for Channel 8 drama “While We Are Young”, said she is “happy” with the news, adding that her role as a school teacher in the show was full of drama.
The 50-year-old hopes to host a party for her close celebrity friends after the awards this year. She had tried to do the same after winning in 2017’s award show, but unfortunately, nobody was available.
After flirting with the camera, Tay had roped in actress Rebecca Lim for a number of fun poses. The 31-year-old actress, who appears in upcoming Channel 5 drama “Missing”, shared that she enjoys dressing up for events such as this, but normally sticks to more casual clothes when she’s out and about.
“My wardrobe is full of blacks,” said Lim, who also said that the one fashion item she would never wear would be micro shorts that show off butt cheeks.
“They show assets that I don’t have,” she said jokingly.
Meanwhile, Fann Wong and Jeanette Aw picked the softer looks from Fendi’s latest collection.
Wong, who will reunite with her husband as an on-screen couple for Channel 8 show “Doppelgänger”, enjoyed working with Christopher Lee, who pampers her during the set.
“When I’m tired or if I need to sit, I can just lean on him or sit on his lap. I can’t do that if I’m working with other co-stars,” said the 47-year-old, who will be celebrating her ninth wedding anniversary this year.
“We usually go for candle light dinners. But now that we have Zed, it’s usually the three of us. I would want the three of us to spend time together on our 10th anniversary too,” she said.
Aw, the demure actress and star of Eric Khoo’s latest movie “Ramen Teh”, said that she enjoyed working with Mark Lee in the movie. She never had the opportunity to work with him while she was a contracted artiste under Mediacorp.
The 38-year-old described Lee as “smart” and someone who was helpful with providing feedback on her upcoming work.
The production for “The Last Entry”, a short film inspired by her godmother’s struggle with Alzheimer’s disease that Aw wrote, directed and produced, is complete.
“I have submitted it to several film festivals and hope to show it in the second half of this year,” said Aw, who enjoys the “creative freedom” since leaving Mediacorp.
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