Lucy Liu returns to the big screen tomorrow in The Man with the Iron Fists, a marital arts action flick costarring Russell Crowe, Cung Le, Jamie Chung and Rick Yune. This is the directorial debut of Wu-Tang Clan rapper RZA who had a little help with the screenplay from his good friend Quentin Tarantino. Leave it to Lucy to star in one of the most interesting movies of 2012! She never stops impressing us, especially when it comes to style. Lucy has worn some of the most memorable outfits and played some of the most fashionable characters we’ve ever seen on both the big and the small screen. As we look forward to seeing Lucy return to the spotlight in her new movie and on the red carpet in support of The Man with the Iron Fists, we decided to take a look back at some of her most fashionable moments from film and TV.
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Not many people can pull of leather at the beach, but Lucy Liu certainly looked amazing in this patchwork leather coat as Alex Munday in Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle.
We’re huge fans of head-to-toe denim, and we loved that Lucy along with Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore rocked one of the hottest prisoner’s uniforms we’ve ever seen in Charlie’s Angels. A Canadian tuxedo never looked so good!
As Ling Woo on Ally McBeal, Lucy Liu was one of the best dressed woman on TV and one of the most terrifying powerhouses we’ve ever seen on the silver screen. We loved that her character’s fashion sense matched her firey persona.
We expect a lot from the costume department on a show called Dirty Sexy Money. Lucy Liu’s character Nola Lyons always delivered.
Sure, it only lasted one season, but we still got a serious overload of amazing fashion when Lucy Liu played high power exec Mia Mason on Cashmere Mafia.
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