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Time held its annual 100 Gala Tuesday night, in celebration of the most influential (and, judging by these photos—glamorous) people on the planet. Folks brought their A game, and we’ve gone ahead and found the best.

Greta Gerwig was a witch-y, vintage dream in a patterned violet velvet dress; Sterling K. Brown wore the crap outta a classic tuxedo and Susan Kelechi Watson draped herself in a strapless, brilliant purple, floor-length number.

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski rocked all of my favorite trends of recent history (and also forever): black sheer fabrics, floral patterns (white roses in solidarity with #MeToo, perhaps?) and holographic silver. Shawn Mendes elevated his casual style in a dressed down suit; Mia and Ronan Farrow matched in mom and son tuxes.

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Ice skating Olympic hero Adam Rippon rocked all black with a delicate embroidered floral accent; Leslie Jones has never looked hotter in a bright white blazer dress; Martha Stewart opted for sea green, sequined and flared pants.

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Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb were two peas in different pods—sheer neutrals on Guthrie and a doily-esque, single-strap number on Kotb. Millie Bobby Brown embraced her inner Carrie Bradshaw tulle goddess while Lena Waithe and Alana Mayo, my favorite couple and yours, effortlessly matched—Mayo in a simple black gown, Waithe in a maroon blazer with black detailing.

Yara Shahidi, who looks great in everything, got ‘80s-style Grownish with a drop waist dress and a red, exaggerated turtle neck. Kesha embodied a Grecian goddess and Daniela Vega wore romantic reds.

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Jennifer Lopez draped herself in gold; Nicole Kidman kept it conservative (and glorious) in jet black, subtler sheering and a sharp neckline. Janet Mock out-glamoured everyone in silver sequins and a power stance. Can’t buy that one, honey!