TIME magazine held their first annual 100 Next Gala on Thursday, November 14, in New York City. The event allowed musicians, authors, actors, leaders and innovators to come together and celebrate their work in changing the world. Many stars donned their most stylish ensembles to honor each other at the big event.
Lili Reinhart was listed as one of TIME's 100 Next most influential young people. The Riverdale star, 23, wore a unique white and black Rodarte gown and Harry Winston jewelry. The dress was adorned with bows and a larger black silk bow sat on her waist.
Crazy Rich Asians star Awkwafina brightened up the red carpet with a light pink and orange pastel dress. The 30-year-old spoke about Asian-American stereotypes at the event and how she's advocating for greater inclusivity in Hollywood. "The only way I can describe growing up with stereotypes is walking into a room full of strangers… and they think that they know what you’re going to sound like, how you’re going to act… things like that,” the New York native explained. “So I’ve spent a lot of my life absolutely shattering them, not actively, but literally just by existing."
Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman donned a black midi dress that was embellished with a white snake on the neckline and a mid thigh slit. The 25-year-old added a touch of glamour with her bejeweled clutch and diamond studs.
Ezra Miller turned heads with a brown and tan fur coat, black eyeliner, a chunky skull necklace and a gold lamé shirt. The Justice League actor, 27, was also honored at the A-list event.
Camila Cabello flashed a peace sign and blew a kiss at the gala while sporting black thigh high suede boots, mesh stockings and a black mini dress that featured puffy pink sleeves.
Bindi Irwin's brother, Robert, gave two thumbs up on the red carpet. The 15-year-old wildlife photographer were featured in the publication's 100 Next list for their efforts in animal conservation.
YouTube sensation Emma Chamberlain kept a straight face on the red carpet and rocked a casual all-black ensemble.
YouTuber Liza Koshy kept it simple and classic in a bright red pantsuit and magenta blouse.
Lili's Hustlers costar and honoree Keke Palmer brought the glam to the party with a white and black gown that featured a very long train. Keke, 26, added wraparound black sandals to complete her look.
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