FASHION | Mulan Star Liu Yifei Stuns In A Show-Stopping Elie Saab Gown

With every live-action remake of a Disney classic, the world gets another real-life princess. After Lily James and Noami Scott, this time is was Liu Yifei, the star of Disney’s upcoming Mulan, that dazzled on the red carpet with her fashion choices. Wearing a magnificent dress from Elie Saab’s Fall/Winter 2019 haute couture collection, the actress stole the show at the premiere of the movie in Los Angeles.

Heavily embroidered in beadwork and sequin, the gold brocade gown features a rising phoeniz motif that echoes both Liu’s Chinese heritage and the setting of the movie. A popular film star in Asia, Liu’s first foray into Hollywood sees her playing the titular character of the beloved Disney animated classic. The actress kept her make-up and jewellery simple to complement the spectacular dress, opting for understated diamond earrings with her hair styled in soft waves.

Liu’s co-star and fellow celebrities also attended the premiere in equally glamorous looks; famous face included Christina Aguilera, Leana Condor and Chrissy Mertz. The main event, however, was definitely liu Yifei’s magical sense of style.

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