Tech's first family just got a little more stylish.

Phoebe Gates, youngest daughter of Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates, made her red carpet debut at the TIME 100 gala, an annual extravaganza celebrating the publication's most influential people of the year.

While the elder Gates is better known for his philanthropic efforts than his style (though that V-neck sweater and button-down combo is undeniably iconic), Phoebe appears poised to become fashion's new favorite nepotism doll. Judging from her outfit choice — a pink sequined gown from Fendi x Versace's "Fendace" collection, first worn by Naomi Campbell (!) — she knows what's up.

The 19-year-old, currently enrolled at Stanford, was one of the night's unexpected red carpet highlights. Zendaya stunned, as usual, as did Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast (they wore Bob Mackie and Rodarte, respectively) — but Gates' attendance added a fresh face into the mix.

The tech-to-fashion pipeline is a course also tread by fellow electronics heir Eve Jobs, daughter of Steve Jobs. Last October, the 23-year-old equestrian-turned-model (she's signed with DNA) made her runway debut at Paris Fashion Week, walking Coperni's Spring/Summer 2022 show.

And, while Maye Musk began her modeling career in the '70s, interest in the 74-year-old is certainly drummed up by her perpetually controversial son, Elon.

It's only a matter of time before one of the Gates' clan snags a fashion campaign.

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