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The 11 Most Memorable Met Gala Gowns — From Rihanna's Train To Kim Kardashian's Floral Print

Never forget Rihanna's train, not that you could

The 2016 Met Gala, a.k.a. ~fashion's biggest night~, is, undoubtedly, going to be a memorable one. To bide our time until the red carpet is rolled down the steps of the Met and our faves walk on it, we took a look back at some of the most memorable looks from the past.

Beyoncé

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Beyonce

In 2014, Beyoncé went sheer and sparkly in a black Givenchy gown. She accessorized with a beaded veil, which is definitely not an everyday look.

Cher

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Cher

Cher's 1974 feathered Bob Mackie number is so iconic that Kim Kardashian recreated it for the 2015 gala.

Kim Kardashian

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Kim Kardashian

While we're on the topic of Kim Kardashian — when are we not, amirite?? — she made serious waves with her floral Givenchy dress in 2013.

Cara Delevingne

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Cara Delevingne

That same year, Cara Delevingne made sure no one would get too close with a very spiky Burberry dress.

Katy Perry

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Katy Perry

In 2010, Katy Perry wore a dress that actually lit up and changed colors. Maybe she'll break it out again this year? It definitely fits the theme.

Miley Cyrus

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Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus never wore her hair like this again, but we'll remember it forever.

Sarah Jessica Parker

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Sarah Jessica Parker

Sarah Jessica Parker's interpretation of a mohawk is about as high fashion as you can get.

Jennifer Lopez

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Jennifer Lopez

Pulling off red eye shadow is hard enough. Pulling it off with a red dress? Impossible for anyone but JLo.

Emma Stone

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Emma Stone

In 2014, Emma Stone showed all of us how to wear a crop top on a formal red carpet, a tip we use on the regular, as you surely do too.

Taylor Swift

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Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift's 2015 gown was old-school glam, complete with a butt bow and train. Even though it was impressively long and required deliberate maneuvering, Taylor's train wasn't the most memorable on the carpet.

Rihanna

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Rihanna

That honor, of course, went to Rihanna, whose train required not one, not two, but three handlers.