The fierce matriarch of the film, Michelle Yeoh, looked stunning in a gorgeous, haute couture gown from Elie Saab with a bejeweled bodice that flared out into feathers.
Constance Wu kept things chic in a silver strapless gown from Oscar de la Renta, paired with diamonds from Harry Winston. Dare we say even Eleanor Young would approve of this outfit?
Gemma Chan, who may actually be incapable of doing anything wrong, channeled her fashion-forward character in a one-shouldered pink, frilly dress from Oscar de la Renta with a black belt and matching heels.
The men of the movie also caused a stir on the silver carpet. Henry Golding wore a much bolder look than his character, Nick Young, would be seen in, with a shimmery gold-and-pink textured cocktail jacket courtesy of Tom Ford. He even added a light pink silk scarf for a little extra flair.
On the opposite end of the fashion spectrum, Harry Shum Jr. played it safe and looked handsome in a traditional black tux.
We can’t wait to see what this cast wears to the Oscars.