The TIME 100 Gala Brought Out Some Influential Looks

April 25, 2018 / Posted by:

The 2018 TIME 100 Gala was held last night in New York City to celebrate Time magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people. And whether the people were influential or not, the red carpet fashion pulled from a variety of sources. Like Leslie Jones in Christian Siriano, who is giving you Grace Jones after stopping at Studio 54 while thinking,”I wonder what the rent is on this place? Do they pay monthly or yearly? You know what, hand me my coke spoon and purse, I’m leaving to pursue a career in commercial real estate.

Adam Rippon was also there, and I’m a little disappointed he didn’t wear another harness. Instead, he wore a jeweled suit. I don’t know who made that jacket, but if you told me it was inspired by all those one-sided gem-covered Ed Hardy blazers from the mid-2000s, I would believe you, and then I would wonder why Adam didn’t go all the way with a sheer tattoo-style tiger-print shirt underneath.

I can’t find any information on Lynda Carter’s amazing satin bow jacket, so I’ll take that as a sign that it was custom made by an extremely exclusive and tasteful designer that specializes in capital-F fashion. Linda looks like the owner of a pet boutique who caters specifically to Bichon Frises that were listed as the sole heir to a will.

Last but not least, Lindsey Vonn. That has prom 2000 all over it, but I don’t think that’s what she was going for. Personally, I see more of what you might get if Gwen Stefani and Eve’s pirate ship held a spring formal.

And here’s a bunch more of the famous people who showed up. Like JLo and A-Rod, who I’m pretty sure think they’re going to the Oscars (shhh…don’t tell them).


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