Year: 2021, Theme: In America: A Lexicon of Fashion
Lil Nas X put on a show for the 2021 red-carpet not only revealing one but three outfits custom made by Donatella Versace. Absolutely nailed his first Met appearance.
Year: 2019, Theme: Camp
Camp was made for the Jenner sisters, who nailed the red carpet crystal-embellished and feather ensembles, created by Versace.
Year: 2018, Theme: Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination
Rihanna (AKA the Queen of the Met Gala Rihanna), took us to church dressed in Maison Margiela.
Year: 2017, Theme: Comme des Garçons’s Rei Kawakubo
Zendaya stopped the show in 2017, graced the red-carpet dressed in Dolce & Gabbana. A vision! of! glamour!
Year: 2016, theme: Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology
A vision of '80s rock, Lady Gaga took the age of technology into her own hands, and stopped the show in Versace Atelier. HOW did she walkin’ those heels?!
Year: 2015, Theme: China: Through the Looking Glass
We lost our jaw for this one, Queen B didn’t leave much to the imagination slaying in this Givenchy dress.
Year: 2014, Theme: Charles James: Beyond Fashion
Hollywood Glam meets Met Gala by none other than Taylor Swift. She donned this stunning head-turning gown by Oscar De La Renta and we were left wondering who would be the one to sweep her off her feet.
Year: 2013, Theme: Punk: Chaos to Couture
Leave it to Miley Cyrus to embrace her punk goth side. In 2013, her Marc Jacobs paid a true tribute to punk chaos
Year: 2012, Theme: Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations
You can always count on Mary-Kate Olsen to be daring, dramatic and bold Mary-Kate wore the perfect black dress from her own label The Row, and added a little hint of glamour.
Year: 2010, Theme: American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity
Doutzen Kroes was a modern-day Cinderella in this Zac Posen gown.