Crazy Rich Asians movie to feature designers dresses and gowns from Covetella and more
They may not be crazy but the stars of the upcoming movie being filmed in Singapore will feature some interesting fashion choices and we can’t wait to find out what’s in store
Ever wondered how the elite live in Singapore? Well then ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ may be the answer to all your burning questions. With the book written by Kevin Kwan being adapted into a movie, fans of the fictional tale of old-money in Singapore are keeping their eyes peeled for what the producers and director have in store. Centring around the richest families in Singapore, it takes readers, and soon viewers, on the lives of those who live in enviable style through the eyes of Rachel Chu who is thrust into the world of the elite.
If you haven’t heard by now, the filming of the movie has resulted in road closures around Orchard Road. This means the country’s luxury shopping belt is set to be one of the stars in the movie alongside Michelle Yeoh, Ken Jeong and Constance Wu. With all the Hollywood glamour gracing our shores, it is only fitting that the cast will be decked out in the finest clothes. It remains to be seen if Colin Khoo’s fiancée will don a bespoke Valentino wedding gown with a high-neck, lace bodice and 15-foot train — this is supposed to be the wedding of the season in Singapore so we don’t expect anything less.
One thing we do know, however, is that Covetella, the one-stop destination for those looking to rent premium designer items happens to be one of those providing outfits for the wedding. From Ralph Lauren to Max Mara, Tom Ford and even Vera Wang, we will be waiting with bated breath like everyone else to see what outfits supplied by Covetella. In the meantime, those who wish to live out their own version Cray Rich Asians — fashionably of course — can choose to head over to Covetella to browse online or drop by the brand’s new 3,000 square foot showroom at the Apex@Henderson.
To find your own gown that would rival Astrid’s cobalt blue halter neck Gaultier gown, visit Covetella.