“I grew up in Richmond, Virginia. My high school mascot is a rebel holding the confederate flag. I grew up in a very white area,” the Crazy Rich Asians star explained during her appearance at BUILD.
Warning: Spoilers for "Crazy Rich Asians" below. As a Chinese American from the midwestern suburbs, I grew up obsessed with soapy, high-drama TV and movies featuring the drop dead gorgeous leads, the most glamorous wardrobes, flashy cars and champagne-filled parties. Of course, my favorites enjoyed ...
For the historic premiere of "Crazy Rich Asians," Constance Wu took a page out of the Duchess of Sussex's style book.
"Crazy Rich Asians" has earned a huge support system from the fashion industry, and with the help of celebrity stylist Micaela Erlanger, its star Constance Wu is set to become a major fashion player.
"It means visibility, representation, the way we want our community to be shown: beautiful, flawed, like any other human beings," Gurung said of the film, the first Hollywood movie with an all Asian cast in 25 years.
A model poses with a 12.03 carats cushion-shaped fancy vivid blue diamond mounted on a ring at Sotheby’s auction house in Geneva, Switzerland November 4, 2015. Photo: Reuters Property tycoon Joseph Lau, who was last year found guilty of bribery in neighbouring Macau, bought the rock at a Sotheby’s auction and immediately renamed it “The Blue Moon of Josephine” after his daughter. The sale comes the day after he spent $US28.5 million at rival auction house Christie’s to buy a rare 16.08-carat pink diamond — the largest of its kind to ever go under the hammer — which he renamed “Sweet Josephine”. “The first was the pink one ‘Sweet Josephine’ and the second one was the 'Blue Moon of Josephine’,” she said.