Our Favourite Met Gala looks of all time

The Met Gala, the most important red carpet event, takes place every first Monday of May in the Metropolitan Museum in New York City. However, due to the pandemic, the dates have been moved, and this year we will see it happened until the first Monday of September. Throughout the different themes the Met has had, we've been able to see the most daring and revolutionary looks; this is the place where both stars and designers make the best with their looks. So, because today we are feeling a little bit nostalgic, we are bringing you our all-time favorite looks from the legendary Gala.

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10. Gigi Hadid: Camp 2019

The theme was camp, and there were only a few guests who completely understood what this meant. The supermodel Gigi was one of them, looking like a total dream in this Michael Kors gown. Channeling an ice queen with an all-white outfit, she stole the looks from everyone on the red carpet. Micael Kors himself said that the outfit gave him "If Cher, Elton, Bowie, and Liberace had a dinner party at Daisy Buchanan's" vibes , and we couldn't agree more.

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9. Beyonce: China, Through the Looking Glass 2015

It's no secret that we all love Queen B, and when it comes to her owning the red carpet, we are never disappointed. In 2015, she showed up in a sheer style gown made by Givenchy. The see-through dress covered in crystals made her look like the queen she is; we wish we could see her more often in this gala. Sorry Kim K, but Beyonce owns the sheer dress style!

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8. Princess Diana: 1996

With a simple yet exquisite Dior gown, Princess Diana made her first and only appearance at the Met Gala back in 1996, just a few months after her divorce from Prince Charles. She decided to use this gorgeous gown with lingerie details, making the press and fans obsess over this look.

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7. Billy Porter: Camp 2019

When you're invited to a gala in which the central theme is camp, which means, over the top, we expect