Met Gala 2017: The 15 Most Memorable Looks From Fashion's Big Night

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The Met Gala 2017 has come and gone, and while we were sleeping some of the biggest celebs on the planet walked the red carpet in the most daring, theatrical and ostentatious outfits to date. Earning some major fashion cred for sticking to the theme, she sported a bright red, armless creation straight from Comme des Garcons collection last season.

American Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, who as a long-standing chairman had the final say over all the attendees, wore a shimmering Chanel dress. The singer chose to wear a Maison Margiela "Artisanal" piece designed by John Galliano which was slightly altered one of his 2017 Couture runway looks.

"She paid homage to Rei the way it was intended".

Take a look at my selection of the Top 10 best dressed stars throughout the years at the Met Gala.

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The Met Gala has had its fair share of royals ascend the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and this year there was another "royal" visitor from across the pond this year - Claire Foy.

Several stars were spotted smoking cigarettes in the bathroom during Monday night's Met Gala - which is illegal in New York City.

Shortly after Tweeting a photo of herself in her gorgeous black and crimson gown, Girls star Lena Dunham shared a shot of the moment she was caught gazing at singer Joe Jonas, wearing an nearly matching outfit, on the red carpet. Although instead of sharing a pic of Rihanna, she reminded us of two of her most iconic Commes des Garçons looks.

Rihanna gestured to the crowd from the carpet in her Commes des Garcons look with stagey pink on her cheeks. It's a $30,000 a head dinner with a star performance - this year from Katy Perry - and more celebrities that the Oscars.

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