Photos show the most stunning looks Gemma Chan has worn over the years
Gemma Chan is known for her roles in movies like Marvel's "Eternals."
But she also stands out on red carpets, where she's worn lots of eye-catching looks over the years.
Chan has experimented with see-through dresses, neon looks, sparkling tops, and more.
Back in 2013, Gemma Chan put a daring twist on a little black dress for the BAFTA Rising Stars Party.
Her sleeveless minidress had a V neckline, a thin leather belt around the waist, and thick pockets made from black fur.
She completed the look with open-toe heels, red lipstick, and a shiny clutch.
She looked chic two months later in a yellow drop-waist design.
The bodice of the mock-neck dress was covered in a floral print and silver beads, while its pleated skirt had a peach lining.
Chan also wore diamond earrings, metallic bracelets, a marble purse, and gold pumps.
Chan went with an asymmetrical look at the Moet British Independent Film Awards in December 2014.
The two-piece set she wore included a white crop top with elbow-length sleeves, arm cutouts, a small plunge down its neckline, and a wave-patterned hem.
Its skirt, on the other hand, was white, knee-length, and had a black asymmetrical waistband.
For an InStyle party in 2016, the actress wore a red dress with heart-shaped cutouts.
The sleeveless dress had one heart cutout in the middle of her collarbones, and two others placed at her waist.
Chan made her outfit even bolder with smokey eye makeup and animal-print heels.
She then wore a black gown with hidden details at the 2018 BAFTAs.
Her Stella McCartney gown had short sleeves, a floor-length skirt with a small train, and a semi-sheer bodice.
The fabric that made up the latter part of the dress was arranged in a floral pattern, and when she turned, you could see a lace design across her back.
Chan dazzled at the "Crazy Rich Asians" premiere in August of that year.
Wearing Oscar de la Renta, Chan posed on the green carpet in a strapless midi dress covered in gold and silver sequins. The latter sparkles were arranged in giant swirls, and the gown's neckline was topped with a thin layer of black fabric.
She completed the look with a square purse, silver sandals, and dewy makeup.
At a different screening of the movie, Chan took a different approach and wore a floral look.
Her blush-colored dress had sheer, elbow-length sleeves, a cinched waist, and red and blue flowers embroidered from top to bottom.
Chan also wore velvet sandals, matching lipstick, and carried a small red clutch.
She wore a daring shirt-and-skirt combo at the 2018 GQ Men of the Year event.
She wore a burgundy crop top made from a pleated fabric and a satin high-waist skirt with a long slit in the middle. The latter garment was also decorated with multicolored crystals.
For accessories, Chan chose pointed silver pumps and delicate rings.
The actress made shorts look glamorous at the 2019 Golden Globe Awards.
Designed by Valentino, Chan's teal outfit included a halter-style romper with shorts and a full skirt that wrapped around her waist.
The latter piece also had pockets and a deep slit that revealed her shorts and matching heels.
She continued to show off her standout style at the event's after-party.
She wore a neon-pink Miu Miu dress that had a single sleeve and an ankle-length skirt. The garment was held together on one side with crystal bows, which formed a line down to the skirt's thigh-high slit.
Chan also wore strappy silver sandals, an updo hairstyle, and red lipstick.
A few days later, she attended the Critics' Choice Awards in a ball gown.
As Chan told Vogue UK at the time, the purple gown with a fuchsia floral print was custom-made for her by Jason Wu. She also said it was originally intended to be part of one of his runway lines.
She completed the look with Jimmy Choo sandals, Anita Ko jewelry, and a long braid tied with a black bow.
She wore yet another dramatic pink look at the 2019 Oscars.
She stood out on the red carpet thanks to her pleated, tiered dress, which was designed by Valentino. It was also sleeveless with a high ruffled neckline, and its full, floor-length skirt had pockets on each side.
Speaking with Entertainment Tonight at the time, Chan said she brought cookies and rice crackers with her in her pockets because "you don't get dinner" during the show.
Chan experimented with the "naked" trend at the event's after-party hosted by Vanity Fair.
Her Tom Ford gown had long sleeves, a high neckline, and a straight floor-length skirt. It was also entirely sheer, though silver glitter and fringe covered the dress from top to bottom.
Chan wore her signature red lipstick with the gown and carried a metallic clutch.
At the "Captain Marvel" premiere later that year, Chan stood out in an iridescent outfit.
Designed by Ralph & Russo, her outfit featured an asymmetrical pink top with one short sleeve. On the other side, the shirt's pleated fabric extended to the floor and created a short train next to her.
The outfit also included a pair of standout pants covered in iridescent fringe.
She wore one of her best looks to date at the 2019 Met Gala.
Designed by Tom Ford, her silver gown was covered in sparkles. It had a plunging V neckline and a floor-length cape that covered her shoulders.
She also wore diamond bracelets and a standout crystal headpiece that perfectly matched her gown.
In July 2021, Chan attended the Cannes Film Festival in a bralette-style crop top.
She paired the gold, sequin-covered top with a tan high-waisted skirt that had pockets.
Chan kept the rest of her look simple, wearing only gold sandals, a thick choker necklace, and a half-up half-down hairstyle
She then showed off her unique fall fashion at a Louis Vuitton fashion show months later.
Chan wore head-to-toe black for the occasion, including leather capri pants and an oversized jacket with short sleeves and a hood.
The actress added some glamour to the look with sling-back heels, a Louis Vuitton purse, and a gold chain necklace.
For the "Eternals" premiere in October 2021, she looked stunning in a white gown designed by Louis Vuitton.
The gown featured a black minidress with a V neckline, covered with a layer of white lace and a ruffled miniskirt. There was also extra lace that hung from the skirt's hem and reached the floor.
Tied across her shoulders and collarbones, Chan wore a white cape made from feathers.
But for a UK screening of the movie, Chan opted for an edgier outfit.
She wore a black, long-sleeved crop top covered in dark crystals, a matching hood, and a high-waisted skirt with sheer panels. Zuhair Murad designed the look.
On Instagram, the actor said her top made her "cosmic red riding hood wishes come true."
She completely switched styles for another "Eternals" event held a few days later.
On Instagram, Chan said her edgy two-piece set was custom-made for her by Miss Sohee. It included a black long-sleeved crop top made from velvet, as well as a matching floor-length skirt.
Both pieces were encrusted with rows of Swarovski crystals, and Chan matched the embellishments with her crystal headpiece.
In March 2022, Chan looked like a fashionable warrior at a Louis Vuitton runway show.
She wore a little black dress from the fashion house, which stood out thanks to its lace sleeves and matching panel that sat across her waist.
Atop the dress, Chan sported a leather cape with thick epaulets and silver beading. She completed the look with leather sandals.
Chan stole the show at the 2022 Met Gala, where she donned a Louis Vuitton dress that had a sparkling top and wide, structured skirt.
The latter piece was also semi-sheer and covered in sequins, as was her cropped, cape-style leather jacket.
"This year, in keeping with Louis Vuitton's commitment towards circular creativity and the personal conviction of Nicolas Ghesquière, ambassadors and friends of the house each wore an archival look with a twist for the occasion," Chan wrote on Instagram about the outfit.
"I chose from the Maison's archives a cape from the Cruise 20 collection inspired by New York City and a gown from the SS22 runway show," she added.
Fast forward a few days, and Chan looked incredible at the Cannes Film Festival.
For the event's "Mother and Son (Un Petit Frère)" screening, she wore a see-through, strapless gown crafted from lace by Louis Vuitton.
Its corset bodice featured a floral print, while its full skirt had a subdued polka-dot design. She wore the outfit with sheer gloves, a diamond necklace, and a ponytail.
The actor arrived to the Venice Film Festival in September wearing a glittering, gold gown.
Louis Vuitton created the custom dress for Chan. It had thick belts of silver fabric crisscrossed over her chest to create its halter neckline and a form-fitting bodice that extended into its straight, floor-length skirt.
There were also peach-colored flowers along its hem, and silver sequins decorating the dress from top to bottom.
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