10 Best Looks From Times 100 Gala Red Carpet

Posted: Apr 26 2017, 11:17am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 26 2017, 11:28am CDT , in Latest Celebrity News


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10 Best Looks From Times 100 Gala Red Carpet
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  • 10 Fabulous Looks from Times 100 Gala Red Carpet

The best celebrity looks from the red carpet of 2017 Times Top 100 Influential People in the World

The Times 100 Gala took placeFrederick P. Rose Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City. The event was attended by majority of the people that had made it on the list and some of them are the celebrities that we all know and love so much. These stars dazzled the red carpet and we are reviewing their looks one more time.

Viola Davis
The Oscar winning actress has shaped the future of many young, black actresses to come by sharing her story of success with the world while remaining humble. She has reminded everyone why acting is one of the best professions in the world and she was one of the most revered attendees of the evening. Viola walked the red carpet, looking stunning in a gorgeous Armani and Buccellati purple gown with a drop shoulder detail along with a terrain. She accessorized it with some awe-striking jewelry, bob curl hairdo and a brilliant smile.

Riz Ahmed
Riz Ahmed also looked dapper at the event. Ditching a more formal black and white tux look, Riz went for a nude color suit with black shirt and brown leather shoes. Leave it to Riz to make a style statement and he will.

Sarah Paulson
This year’s stunning multi-award winner stole the spotlight with a beautifully detailed black, willowy gown that accentuated her figure perfectly. She also supported dark brunette hair which complimented her dark visage look more.

Ryan Reynolds
Ryan Reynolds showed his classy side on the red carpet. Wearing a smart dark blue tux, the star flashed a smize for the camera with the best partner, his wife Blake Lively giving everyone major couple goals.

Blake Lively
While supporting her husband for his honor, Blake Lively did not forget to bring the style to the red carpet. The actress wore a stunning Marchesa gown with multicolored floral embroidery and multicolored fringes and a low-cut neckline. She supported a messy hair do and smoldering lips to complete her uber-chic look as she posed for the cameras.

Margot Robbie
The Aussie beauty kept it simple and elegant at the red carpet. She wore a stunning white gown with multicolored polka dots and accessorized with a simple white purse, pink lips and a straight hairdo.

Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato went on the cold, edgy side with a plunging neckline of her gorgeous blue Zuhair Murad gown with a slit reaching up to her thigh. She supported a wavy hairdo and subtle makeup to complete her look. She later performed on the event as well.

Leslie Jones
Leslie Jones kept it rocking with her style as she walked the red carpet. Wearing a full sleeved frock from the Tadashi Shoji Resort 2017 Collection, Leslie accessorized with matching purse and shoes and a smile that could melt hearts.

Ashley Graham
The model nearly took a topple on the red carpet but that did not keep her from flaunting a corset style black dress with a slit reaching to her thigh showing some skin. She also stole the show with an encrusted choker that made a style statement of its own. She accessorized it with matching black heels and a smoldering pose for the cameras.

Padma Lakshmi
The Top Chef host proved once more why she is considered a style icon as she walked the red carpet at the event. She wore a stunning, strapless full length gown with a floral print. She kept it simple with diamond studs, minimal makeup and a straight hairdo.

Tell us what look you admire the most from last night’s mega event.

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