Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartS

It would seem that Time's "100 Most Influential People" (or at least their guests) included Ann Coulter, Sandra Lee, and, um, the Tiger Mom. So, were their fashion choices equally...noteworthy?


Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartS An auburn Blake Lively goes all mermaid on us in Zuhair Murad Haute Couture. The effect is slightly Barbie, but stunning nonetheless.

Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartSAuthor Heidi Murkoff takes a "more the merrier" approach to dress embellishment.

Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartSKerry Washington stunning in slit Catherine Malandrino: talk about haute-boho.

Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartSA dapper Seth Myers with a totally elegant Alexi Ashe; dig the draping.

Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartSLala Vazquez goes all John Singer Sargent in a marvel of beautiful boning.

Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartSAziz Ansari has become this unlikely style icon lately; few could pull off the dinner jacket this smoothly.

Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartSSandra Lee abandons her signature white for this taupe Grecian situation.

Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartSTiger Mom Amy Chua looks as pulled-together as expected in brocade.

Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartSSo many young dudes try to do some half-assed rebellious thing on the red carpet.
Chris Colfer just embraces Old-Hollywood panache.

Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartSAnn Coulter, girded for battle — or at least bondage.

Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartSA softly romantic Gayle King.

Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartSMartha Stewart is pulled together in separates: only she could make silk look this all-business.

Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartSLove Amy Poehler; hate this dress.

Time's Most Influential People Dress The PartS Anna Kendrick is both sweet and sexy.