Asian stars Faye Wong, Jolin Tsai and Zhou Xun are known for their good looks and fashion-forward styles.
However, some recently-uncovered photos of these stars, freshly-debuted in showbiz, show them in disastrous outfits and questionable makeup and hairstyles.
Take a look at what fashion faux pas these female celebs have made in the past.
While performing miss A's hit song 'Hush' at the 3rd Gaon Chart KPop Awards, Suzy encountered a problem with her outfit.
According to Daily Kpop News, she was seen continuously holding the back of her dress during the performance.
Despite this, she showed her professionalism and completed the entire performance.
She then received praises from fans worldwide and became a trending topic on Twitter.
We've all been there: That little gust of wind sneaks under your hemline, exposing your skivvies to a whole sidewalk of lunching construction men.
Even celebrities aren't exempt from these Marilyn moments that Ms. Monroe made famous when she stood over a sidewalk grate in "The Seven Year Itch" 57 years ago.
Now, 50 years after her death, these Marilyn-esque wardrobe malfunctions live on with celebrities like Katy Perry, Kate Moss, Britney Spears and Paris Hilton.
Wardrobe malfunctions can happen to anyone, and are more common than we think.
Even celebrities face this problem so often that it is almost part and parcel of their lives.
However, stars have also been accused of staging their wardrobe malfunction in order to generate more buzz and publicity.
A gallery by Xinhua recently compiled a series of wardrobe malfunction photos and asked if they were accidental or intentional.
An online search on your favourite celebrities will likely show you photos of them in their sparkling outfit at a red carpet, or a still from their latest movie.
However, deep within the trenches of the internet archives are images of the same personalities caught in an awkward moment, be it a wardrobe malfunction or a bad fall.
Most stars graciously recover from their slips with smiles although others are noticeably embarrassed.