Taylor Swift blew our minds last night as she stepped out for the Time 100 Gala in NYC.
The pop star looked absolutely amazing in a pastel J. Mendel gown as she exited her Tribeca apartment as a giant crowd gathered to watch the singer and her friend Martha Hunt head to the event.
The singer looked like a Grecian goddess as she stepped out in her pale pink and yellow gown with floral embroidery detail and paired it with yellow satin shoes.
Swift was recently honored with one of the top spots on Time’s 100 Most Influential list. However, the honor was made even sweeter after Shawn Mendes penned the article about his friend.
She finished her Greek goddess look wearing her hair in an intricate braid and had a stylish gold flower headband and a few flower gem rings. Her makeup was light in nude colors and accentuated her spring look.
The general consensus is that she is about to drop new music on Friday which would coincide with the day that new music is usually released in Spotify and other streaming services. It’s still unclear, however, if new music is what’s coming on 4.26 or something else.
Her good friend, Matha Hunt, was wearing her own pastel color gown which featured blush pink and black feathers for her outing with Swift.
Taylor hit the star-studded red carpet alongside dozens of huge names including Brie Larson, Dwayne Johnson, Emilia Clarke, Glenn Close, Gayle King, Nancy Pelosi, Jimmy Fallon, Naomi Campbell, Sandra Oh, Trevor Noah and so many more.
Brie Larson looked stunning hitting the red carpet in a gorgeous strapless Prada green gown with pockets as she posed. She had barely-there makeup that accentuated her natural beauty and accessorized with small dangling earrings and a diamond ring.
Dwayne Johnson kept true to his signature style, as he was honored as one of the celebrities to grace the cover of Time Magazine’s Most Influential People, wearing a tan turtleneck and a velour brown suit for his appearance on the red carpet.
The Rock gave a big speech at the event where he thanked all the people that helped him get there, especially all the fans that fill the seats and make his career possible.