No Malaysia Tatler party is complete without the dazzle and glamour of beautifully put-together outfits that are the trademark of our guests.

You can always expect the young and adventurous generation to mix runway designer labels with independent brands or Malaysian-designed dresses together with quirky lines, resulting in an eclectic, melting pot of trends. 

Watch also: Highlights from the launch of Generation T 2017

We assumed the role of Fashion Police that evening, sweeping the crowd in search of the most finely-attired individuals, to uncover their looks of the evening. 

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Yap Po Leen was flaming hot in a quirky Dolce&Gabbana dress, accessorised with a playful Mua Mua clutch.

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Angelyn Chong dressed in a fuchsia cape dress by Mango.

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Audrey Ooi put together a patterned monochrome jumpsuit ensemble procured from Bangkok independent brands. 

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Amira Geneid went for a playful side pleat in an Oscar de la Renta dress. 

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Levy Li in a electric blue padded shoulder mini dress by Sun Jin Kyu, Lisa Ong in an elegant Celest Thoi black dress, and Linda Chen in a Khoon Hooi ensemble.

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Jenn Low in a Self-Portrait LBD with broderie anglaise detail.

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Ju Nn Phang was classy and cheeky in a Duchess & Co two piece of mesh blouse and flared trousers.

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Teo Yi Ping pulled out all the stops in a sexy midi-meets-maxi number by Missguided.

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Melissa Sin played her own designer in a nude and white dress with cuts and patterns  that accentuated her figure.

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Sally Quah took her playful side for a ride in a pair of statement Kloset earrings.

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Yong Mei Ling flaunted her slender pins in a Dolce&Gabbana slit gown.

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Datin Dian Lee in an Arissa X shirt-dress and Diani Lee in a Nasty Gal cut-out military-style number.

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Neelofa styled her Neelofar hijab with a Dior label tee and tulle maxi skirt.

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Lim Ai Chiin glowed in a silk, Cristina Sabaiduc cocoon twist sleeve dress.

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Rachel Yeoh in a Peter Pilotto Taffeta Jacquard Macrame dress.

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Esha Geneid was all black in a modish Chanel package.

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Alia Geneid cut a leggy frame in a chequered Balmain mini dress.

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Weiron Tan suited up in Christian Dior, while Ming Hui Yap donned a Self-Portrait lacey, bell-sleeve short jumpsuit.

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Shen-Tel Lee was a lady in red in a Self-Portrait midi dress, while Elizabeth Lee-Yong mixed leather with silk in a Carla Zampatti outfit.

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Juvene Goh was sleek and chic in a Zara blouse and AQ Alexander McQueen pants.

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Tunku Elana Khyra played peek-a-boo in a ruffled Dior top with high-slit skirt. 

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Sonam Pelden donned a teal mini dress from the H&M x Balmain collection. 

Read: Generation T: The Who, What & Why

The first-ever Generation T list will launch in Thailand on July 19, 2017. Stay tuned to find out who made the cut.

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