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This Week’s Best-Dressed Local Stars: Jun 25-Jul 2

The most stylish celeb OOTDs of the week.

The celebs sure dialled up the drama this week. From glam frocks to fun and flirty looks, here are our favourite looks.

Rui En

Thanks to the sparkly details to the contrasting red poppies, Rui En looked like a glammed up (and more stylish) version of Wednesday Addams from The Addams Family.

Zhang Zetong

Has Zetong ditched his Mr Nice Guy image for something edgier? This week, the actor donned a sleeveless Burberry printed shirt that showed off his toned arms. We kinda dig this more experimental side of him. 

Fann Wong

Hot mama alert! With her hair pulled back in a ponytail and bold red lip, Fann looked like a glamazon posing in her sleek Fendace swimsuit.

Qi Yuwu

Nevermind that the red sports car looks a bit beng; our eyes are on Yuwu who looked every inch like a successful businessman (some might say property agent) in a spiffy and failsafe black suit.

Fiona Xie

Spotted at the Penfolds event this week, Fiona dazzled in a see-through floor-grazing gown that features a bold, plunging design. She dialled up the drama with a sparkly tiara.

He Yingying

Also turning up the heat was Yingying, who wowed in a figure-hugging animal print dress. She paired it with boot heels for a stylish and sultry look.

Chantalle Ng

Sequins aren't just  for evening wear. Chantalle paired her blingy shirt and pants combo by Urban Revivo with a cropped tank for a chic day look.  

Desmond Tan

Desmond, who’s holidaying in Phuket, looked comfy and cute in a knitted top and denim shorts that matched his Prada tote and bucket hat perfectly.

Joanne Peh

Joanne showcased her fun fashion spirit, donning a psychedelic halter top with a frilly cardigan for her first day on set of new Mediacorp reality show Streamers Go Live.

Carrie Wong

Unabashedly bold colours took centerstage for Carrie’s outfit above. The actress looked confident and chic in traffic stopping orange and fuchsia hues.

Ayden Sng

For his fan club The Baeden Club’s first anniversary celebration, Ayden kept things casual but still cool in printed denim co-ords by Calvin Klein.

Zoe Tay

How radiant does Zoe look in this bold orange sweater? She made her OOTD pop even more by pairing it with blue pants and a striking Gucci monogram purse.

Chen Xiuhuan

Fashion is all about having fun with your outfits, and we adore Xiuhuan’s quirky skort suit that features playful prints. Would have liked it even more if it didn't say "first class b*itch".

Sora Ma

We’re pretty sure all eyes were on Sora when she showed up at a dinner event in that gorgeous backless gown. Love the draping at the back of the dress.

Jade Rasif

Jade described her cut-out dress as “killa” and we can’t agree more. The daring design puts a sultry spin to the classic LBD.    

Phyllis Quek

We love how youthful and sweet Phyllis looked in the marshmallow pink atheleisure getup. She upped the ante for her OOTD with a cream Hermes bag.

Michelle Wong

Equal parts romantic and chic, Michelle looked dreamy and date night-ready in the long eyelet dress above.

Denise Camillia Tan

Denise brought the drama, donning a show-stopping gown complete with feathers and thigh high slit for her brother’s wedding reception.

Hayley Woo

Clad in a part business, part casual outfit comprising of a striped blazer, flare jeans and chunky necklace, Hayley looked like a street style star as she walked down Orchard Road.

Constance Lau

An all-black ensemble never fails to look effortless and elegant. Case in point: Constance’s jumpsuit that features a flattering V-neck, balloon sleeves and flowy silhouette.

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