2019 Time 100 Gala Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on April 24, 2019

Darlings, a whole bunch of highly influential people came out to celebrate their influence. Let’s judge the celebrities in attendance, shall we? You can also check out our spotlight posts on attendees/recipients Taylor Swift, Dwayne Johnson and Indya Moore.



Adam Rippon in Julien Macdonald

Hmm. It’s fine, but we feel like we’ve seen him in this exact look a dozen times.



Brie Larson in Prada

The seaming is weird, but the pockets are fun and she’s pulling off that kind of awful color a lot better than we would have thought.



Emilia Clarke in Dolce&Gabbana

Ditto our comments on Adam Rippon. She looks fine – great, even. But we feel like we’ve seen her in this many times before. She and Adam should’ve switched outfits, just to really mix things up.



Glenn Close in Armani Privé

Love this, but we think the look would benefit from a slight taper in the pants.




Naomi Campbell in Valentino

Hmm. It’s certainly not a bad look and of course a diva should get to relax from the rigors of being a diva on a night when she’s just here to soak up praise, but we have to admit, it’s disappointingly bland. We love the skirt, but we’re just not crazy about anything from the waist up, including that wig.



Rami Malek in Givenchy

The length of that coat increased our love for this look as we scrolled down.



Richard Madden

He looks fine as well as foine, but we admit we’re pretty bored by classic black tuxes. It’s all about that dashing swoop of gray.



Sandra Oh in Oscar de la Renta

This look is all about the gorgeous fit and fabulous hair. We’re not too keen on the feathers and beading, which feel like they belong on another dress. Then again, if you removed them, this dress would go pretty generic. Love the clutch.



Yalitza Aparicio in Red Valentino

It’s very pretty, but there’s just enough of a difference between the embroidery on the top and the embroidery on the skirt to make them look a little mismatched. And those coral slides make and oddly distracting choice.




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