Time100 Gala Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on October 26, 2022

The stars came out to be honored at the Time100 Gala and a lot of them took the opportunity to wear some off-the-beaten-path fashion, which we appreciate even if we don’t love all of their choices. We gave Keke Palmer and Simone Ashley their own spotlight posts, but it’s time to round up the rest of these apparently very influential people and tell them what we think of their outfits.

 

 

Ayo Edebiri in Loewe

We love that she chose something so odd for this event. It’s not pretty in the conventional sense and it’s not chic by our standards but it is fun and interesting.

 

 

Joe Alwyn

This is classic and a little chic and mostly boring.

 

 

Joel Kim Booster

This is none of those things. We’re all for a little crop top action coming from the men on the red carpet, but this is just about the least flattering crop top we’ve ever seen.

 

 

Jonathan Majors

This man is in dire need of style assistance. All of his public ensembles are generic and badly fitted. He deserves better.

 

 

Lashana Lynch in Fendi Couture

Love the makeup, hate the dress. The color’s not great and that design feature across the shoulders just makes it look like she put it on wrong.

 

 

Lily Collins in Ralph Lauren Collection

Another classic look. Also pretty boring.

 

 

Machine Gun Kelly

Neither classic nor boring. It’s very on brand for him and truth be told, we kinda like it.

 

 

 

Megan Fox in Maison Yeya

We realize this almost too nitpicky for words, but all of the golds kind of clash with each other. The dress really works, though. The red hair, not so much.

 

 

Ncuti Gatwa

If this were clever or stylish in any way, we’d be behind it, but it’s literally just a regular outfit with the pants removed, which strikes us as a little cheeky but kind of empty and meaningless as a style gesture.

 

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for TIME, Craig Barritt/Getty Images for TIME, Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images]

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