Time's Most Influential People Dress The Part

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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?

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An auburn Blake Lively goes all mermaid on us in Zuhair Murad Haute Couture. The effect is slightly Barbie, but stunning nonetheless.

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Author Heidi Murkoff takes a "more the merrier" approach to dress embellishment.

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Kerry Washington stunning in slit Catherine Malandrino: talk about haute-boho.

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A dapper Seth Myers with a totally elegant Alexi Ashe; dig the draping.

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Lala Vazquez goes all John Singer Sargent in a marvel of beautiful boning.

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Aziz Ansari has become this unlikely style icon lately; few could pull off the dinner jacket this smoothly.

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Sandra Lee abandons her signature white for this taupe Grecian situation.

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Tiger Mom Amy Chua looks as pulled-together as expected in brocade.

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So many young dudes try to do some half-assed rebellious thing on the red carpet.
Chris Colfer just embraces Old-Hollywood panache.

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Ann Coulter, girded for battle — or at least bondage.

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A softly romantic Gayle King.

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Martha Stewart is pulled together in separates: only she could make silk look this all-business.

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Love Amy Poehler; hate this dress.

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Anna Kendrick is both sweet and sexy.

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Aww. I wanted to see George R.R. Martin. You totally know he would have rocked something fabulously inappropriate!