The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby, all radiantly

Could you please tell me if in this extract from The Great Gatsby the word "all" in the phrase "all radiantly" is constructed with "radiantly" or with "us":

“Why candles?” objected Daisy frowning. She snapped them out with her fingers. “In two weeks it'll be the longest day in the year.” She looked at us all radiantly.

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I'm going to with she looked at all of them and was radiant. I'm guessing the other might be a little to modern for that kind of context. .