Hong Kong Tatler Ball 2018: Best Dressed Women
Making a grand entrance in a layered tulle gown by Oscar de la Renta fit for a princess, our 2018 Most Stylish Woman, Ming Ho-Tang certainly dressed the part with a dazzling ruby necklace from Chopard.
Donning a stunning number by one of her favourite designers, Eleanor Lam sparkled on the red carpet in a total Christian Dior look.
Antonia Li opted for a figure-hugging Vivienne Westwood dress and earrings reminiscent of the galaxy, making her a star of our future-themed ball.
Wearing a silver body-con halter dress, Emily Lam-Ho shone bright in a Galvan dress on our red carpet with a glittering clutch and jewellery to match.
The always classy Carol Murray wore a sheer lace Oscar de la Renta top and paired it with black skirt with an asymmetric hem for a beautiful casual-glam look.
In a holographic Ms Min dress, leave it to Victoria Tang-Owen to choose an effortlessly chic look with a subtle nod to the space theme.
Our October 2018 cover star chose a patterned Valentino frock which perfectly complemented her delicate features and brought a touch of colour to an otherwise monochromatic line-up.
All eyes were on the fashionista who wore a headpiece and black gown all by Gucci, looking like Star Wars royalty at our space-themed gala.
Always seen in glamorous and intricate looks, the director at Wadhsons Hong Kong wore a stunning, sparkly navy gown with a matching sheer cape for a touch of drama.
Leave it to the ever-edgy Esther Sham to be able to pull off looks few could in a skin-tight Alexander Vauthier dress with dramatic shoulders and silver accessories to go with our theme.
Forever elegant, the co-chair of the Hong Kong Ballet Guild opted for a simple-yet-chic white, sweetheart necklined dress by Roland Mouret with a subtle train.
Our daring fashion darling dazzled in a black Zuhair Murad dress with strategic sheer body-contour and a mini box clutch by minaudiere master Judith Leiber.
Our Most Stylish Woman of 2017 wore a simple Christian Dior tulle dress cinched in the waist with a galactic Veronica Beard belt for a demure yet trendy outfit.
The creative visionary behind Sevva, Ms B’s Cakery and C’est La B cafes chose a glittering gold number by up-and-coming label Dundas, which is known for their high-octane disco pieces.
As head of style advisory for Chanel in the Asia-Pacific region, it's no wonder Claudia Shaw wore Chanel to the ball, with wire-like details on the gloves and a dress that tied back to the science theme.