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.
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's 1974 feathered Bob Mackie number is so iconic that Kim Kardashian recreated it for the 2015 gala.
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.
That same year, Cara Delevingne made sure no one would get too close with a very spiky Burberry dress.
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 never wore her hair like this again, but we'll remember it forever.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker's interpretation of a mohawk is about as high fashion as you can get.
Pulling off red eye shadow is hard enough. Pulling it off with a red dress? Impossible for anyone but JLo.
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'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.
That honor, of course, went to Rihanna, whose train required not one, not two, but three handlers.