The 2018 Time 100 Gala Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on April 26, 2018

Darlings, we’ve spent a good amount of time spotlighting some of the more notable celebrity appearances at this little shindig, but it’s time to wrap this one up.


Adam Rippon in John Varvatos

Love the jacket, but he continues to wear his pants too wide (show off your overdeveloped lower half, mister) and his love of tassled loafers is terrible. We suppose spending a major portion of your life in skates leaves you with terrible footwear tastes.



Deepika Padukone in Anamika Khanna

From our perspective, it looks too bridal, but she obviously doesn’t see it that way. It’s pretty, if a bit overdesigned.



Greta Gerwig in Gucci

As much as we love velvet, we think we’d like this dress a lot more if it was rendered in another textile. The ’40s style looks fantastic on her, though. The shoes are cute, but probably a bit too literally retro.



Kesha in Mikael D

We wouldn’t have considered this her sort of thing and we don’t particularly love it on its own, but it’s a surprisingly strong look from her. We question whether it’s really the right style for her, though.



Lena Waithe

This all appears to be in order. Except maybe the shoes.



Lynda Carter in Gucci

We love you, lady, but we hated this getup when Naomie Harris wore it and our love for you will not change our feelings on it. Take away the bow and we’ll talk.



Martha Stewart

Love the pants. And while we think the lady’s earned the right to keep things relaxed and simple, that top looks like something you pack to wear home after surgery.



Nicole Kidman in Proenza Schouler

We’ll never not love it when she goes witchy. It’s so her vibe.



Padma Lakshmi in Christian Siriano

We knew this was a Christian Siriano without even checking. It’s bold, simple and flattering as hell, which is his entire wheelhouse summed up. She looks great – and she doesn’t look like she had to work too hard for it.



RuPaul and Georges LeBar

Can’t argue with any of this. Love Ru’s jacket, which looks far more high-end than his usual fare. And props to whomever managed to fit his tree ent of a husband so well. That’s a very big man in an almost perfectly fitted tux.



Sterling K. Brown in SUITS by Curtis Eliot

He looks great, as he always does. But you’re all gonna hate us for saying this: we don’t like the brightly colored socks. Save that for a fun suit or casual look. Formalwear isn’t the time for it.


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