Dear Readers, Bai Ling (star of the film "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow") strutted in Lady Balls (earrings) by SEIZE THE GARMENT (STG) at the World Premiere of "Beneath the Darkness".
Acrobatress Bai Ling shakes it up with STG's Lady Balls
Only an actress as bold as Bai could wear something aptly titled Lady Balls. German tabloids nicknamed her "die Berlinackte" ("the Berlinaked") for her light dresses didn't always cover her essentials at the 2005 Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale). And may we say, our earrings never bobbed better than on this acrobatress. Also noteworthy is that she was the first woman from the People's Republic of China to appear on the cover of Playboy magazine (US), the June 2005 issue to be precise. We said bold... Cool info: As a result of her involvement in the pro-Democracy protests in Tiananmen Square in 1989, Ling emigrated to the US in 1991 where she soon found work in Hollywood with her first English-language role as a villain in The Crow (1994). Her role as a pragmatic Chinese People's lawyer in the controversial Red Corner (1997) still jeopardizes her return to her Chinese homeland. Thank goodness she's on our side. Right, Bai Ling? Right? Shop the look here.
"A lot of my friends asked, 'what's it like working with Jude Law? He's so handsome!' I said, 'well, I'm lucky; I got to kick his butt.'"