While the world waits for the 2021 Met Gala, which is postponed to September, let's take a look back at 20 of the most iconic looks in Met Gala history.
Gaga is no stranger to dramatic outfits. The pop sensation hit the red carpet in a billowing Brandon Maxwell gown with a troupe of umbrella carriers.
Designed by Thom Browne, Cardi B's giant oxblood red dress was head-turning. The ruby encrusted on the breastplate alone cost $50,000.
Songstress Celine Dion ruled the red carpet in a shimmering Oscar de la Renta gown.
Singer Gwen Stefani looked stunning in the jewel-encrusted Moschino bodysuit and faux fur coat.
Princess Diana's only appearance at the Met Gala was unforgettable. She exuded elegance in a navy silk floor-length Dior dress.
Wearing a classic yellow silk Calvin Klein gown, Scarlett Johansson was a film and fashion star on the rise.
At the 2015 Met Gala themed China: Through The Looking Glass, Rihanna dominated the red carpet in a yellow fur-trimmed cape designed by Guo Pei.
Jennifer Lopez's daring look was completed with a Versace red beaded gown.
The high-profile attorney attended the 2018 Met Gala with her husband George Clooney. Her show-stopping floral strapless gown was designed by Richard Quinn.
To embrace the theme of Camp, pop icon Katy Perry walked onto the red carpet in an over-the-top Moschino chandelier dress.
The ever-stylish pop queen blessed the 2016 Met Gala red carpet in a gorgeous latex Givenchy dress.
The Australian model paired her chartreuse Calvin Klein dress with casual flip-flops, and it was a look.
The American model's stained-glass-inspired Versace dress was truly a piece of art.
Iconic singer Ariana Grande made her debut at the 2018 Met Gala in an ethereal Vera Wang gown.
Covered with vivid tropical colors, Zendaya's Dolce & Gabbana gown was an eye-catcher on the red carpet.
Actress Blake Lively stole the show in a deep ruby red Versace gown, which took over 600 hours to make.
Fashion designer Ashely Olson lit up the red carpet in a vintage orange Dior dress.
Singer Miley Cyrus embraced her Punk spirit in a body-hugging fishnet dress by Marc Jacobs.
The A-list actress looked stunning in an asymmetrical blue and black gown by Mugler.
Actress Sarah Jessica Parker went for a subversive mohawk and a Giles Deacon gown in order to honor the theme of punk.