Archive for the 'Public Appearances' Category

Yesterday, Ziyi was in Chongqing, China to promote the new Constellation Pluma.

“For a long time, the Constellation has been one of my favourite collections. It has not only recorded countless special moments of my life – we have also spent endless, delightful days together. I am thrilled and honoured to be part of the release of this new Constellation Pluma. It still has the feathery elements that have made it so popular and some of the dynamic and subtle new details make it even more special”.

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In the evening Ziyi attended a special gala dinner to celebrate the unveiling of the Constellation Pluma. She was absolutely gorgeous!


On april 16, Ziyi was one of the guest invited at the grand opening of the Peninsula Paris. Some gorgeous pictures were added to the gallery and you can watch two videos of the event below.


Ziyi was in Japan last night to attend the opening of a Miu Miu store. She was very lovely as always and posed with the very talented japanese actress Rinko Kikuchi.

Stay tuned, Miss Grain is actually working on a brand new version of the site. It should be online very soon!


On January 22nd, Ziyi was in Florence, Italy to attend the launch of a special capsule collection of the Italian children’s clothing brand I Pinco Pallino.


The new 3D cut of “The Grandmaster” was released on Monday 5th january and the cast of the film attended various promotional events in Beijing. Wong Kar-wai, Tony Leung Chiu-wai, Chang Chen, Zhang Jin and Wang Qingxiang were all there to promote the film. During a press conference, “the director and cast members were asked to express the unique flavour of each other” and Wong Kar-wai compared Ziyi to an onion :

As to his leading lady Zhang Ziyi, Wong said, “She is like an onion. She is spicy and crunchy, a northern specialty. The flavour is sweeter when it’s more mature.”

Source: Yahoo Singapore



Yesterday the cast attended a press conference with martial artists.


Yesterday the cast of “The Crossing” was in Beijing for a press conference…

Woo says he believes audiences will enjoy the movie no matter what culture they are from:

“In the past, people thought that only action films or martial arts were understood universally, but in reality I don’t think that is correct. If we can appreciate western types of love stories, I am sure they can also appreciate and understand our Oriental type of love stories.”

The film’s leading actress, Zhang Ziyi, also shared her hopes that “The Crossing” will be well-received both at home and abroad, emphasizing the hard work both cast and crew put into the epic.

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and the premiere of the film!