Met Gala: Craziest looks of all time

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When it comes to fashion, no runway, boutique or competition reality show can beat the looks that celebrities sport during the Met Gala, that annual couture fete run by Vogue editor Anna Wintour.

In fact, some stars don’t stop with one look. Take rapper Lil Nas X, who attended the 2021 Met Gala wearing not just one look …

A golden reveal

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Under the giant cloak, Lil Nax X wears a gold suit of armor.

But he wasn’t finished …

Lil Nas X: The final reveal

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The rapper ended his 2021 Met Gala runway performance with this golden look.

The designer: Versace.

Grimes

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The singer game prepared for battle for the 2021 Met Gala.

She sported not only a gown, but also a sword.

Dan Levy

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Here’s the map-covered look that Canadian actor Dan Levy wore to the 2021 Met Gala.

The designer: Loewe’s Jonathan Anderson.

Maisie Williams

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Maisie Williams attended the 2021 Met Gala as well.

The designer: Thom Browne.

Kim Petras

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The German singer-songwriter saddled up and rode out to the 2021 Met Gala.

The designer: Collina Strada.

Iman

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The supermodel wore a jumpsuit with tiered hoops and matching headpiece to the 2021 gala.

The designer: Gucci.

Sarah Jessica Parker

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Sarah Jessica Parker caught fire in 2015.

That’s Andy Cohen looking on.

Cardi B, 2018

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The rapper and her then-baby bump make the scene in a little beaded frock by Moschino.

Katy Perry, 2018

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The pop star and “American Idol” judge shows off her wingspan.

Jennifer Lopez, 2015

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The “World of Dance” multi-media mogul goes commando.

Lena Dunham, 2018

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The “Girls” creator kicks it back to the 1600s in a golden Ronald van der Kemp gown.

Rihanna, 2018

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The singer’s got a pope hat, and she’s gonna work it.

Lady Gaga, 2015

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The Oscar-winning singer does her best Medusa in Balenciaga.

Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West, 2016

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Yes, it’s true: After a couple of years, married couples really do start dressing alike.

Katy Perry, 2016

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Authorities have confirmed that the “Roar” singer is somewhere underneath that beehive.

Brie Larson, 2014

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Aye-aye, captain, this Prada pantsuit is a marvel.

Madonna, 2018

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It’s a nice day for a black wedding.

Rihanna, 2017

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If you ever find yourself swarmed by floral doilies, just do as Rihanna does, and keep walking, head up.

Donald Glover, 2018

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Two words: Illuminati confirmed.

Lupita Nyong’o, 2014

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Sometimes, as with the Star Wars franchise star’s flapper dress, a crazy look is also crazy awesome.

Priyanka Chopra, 2017

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If the question is: Can you wear a trench coat to the Met Gala, then the answer is: Yes, as long as it’s the right trench coat.

Chrissy Teigen, 2017

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Never get into a snowball fight before leaving for the red carpet.

Rihanna, 2015

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The train on this Guo Pei gown is “insane,” as Rihanna put it, but the look is crazy influential: This is the dress that raised the already-high Met Gala fashion bar.

Lily Aldridge, 2017

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The supermodel proves you don’t need pants (or socks, hose, or almost any other item of clothing) if you have really tall boots.

Shailene Woodley, 2018

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The “Divergent” franchise star is ready for battle. Or to board her spaceship. Or something.

Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen, 2017

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Fashion should always be fun, fun, fun!

Tom Brady, 2018

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The Super Bowl-winning quarterback’s wife, Gisele Bundchen, doesn’t care if her back is to the cameras. She just wants an eyeful of Brady’s tuxedo-jacket-and-turtleneck combo. So. So. Groovy.

Janelle Monae, 2018

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The singer-actress looks bold and beautiful in Marc Jacobs.

Frances McDormand, 2018

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The two-time Oscar-winning actress strikes a pose with the help of an awesome Philip Treacy headpiece.

Katy Perry, 2017

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One of these years, it’d be nice if Perry would put a little effort into her Met Gala looks …

Lily Collins, 2018

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You decide: the “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile” actress, or the George Lucas-era “Star Wars” prequel’s Padmé Amidala?

Cara Delevingne, 2017

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Robots are so lifelike these days!

Cynthia Erivo, 2018

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The Tony- and Grammy-winner goes bold with brow art.

Sarah Jessica Parker, 2018

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The “Sex and the City” icon does it again — and Bravo’s Andy Cohen still has no words.

Madonna, 2017

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The pop diva takes camo upscale.

Greta Gerwig, 2018

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For far too long, the Met Gala ignored the fashion contributions of the Plymouth Rock pilgrims. Then came the “Lady Bird” filmmaker.

Zendaya, 2018

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Did we miss the episode where the singer-actress joined “Game of Thrones”??

Lana del Rey and Jared Leto, 2018

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We have no words.

Beyoncé, 2013

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All hail those boots.

Miley Cyrus, 2015

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Proper ventilation is very important on the red carpet.

Anne Heche, 2004

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Met Gala fashion wasn’t too crazy in the aughts. Mostly.

Cara Delevingne, 2018

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The actress/model wears Dior — and pink hair.

Erykah Badu, 2014

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Sometimes you’ve just got to have a big hat. Done and done.

Solange Knowles, 2018

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The singer is lit in Iris van Herpen.

Rita Ora, 2017

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Who says Christmas comes but once a year? The singer is wrapped up, and ready to go under the tree.

Florence Welch, 2012

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The Florence and the Machine singer gives the Met Gala game a whirl.

Ginnifer Goodwin, 2013

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Punk was theme of this year’s Met Gala — and someone definitely got the memo.

Amber Heard, 2018

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Funny, we don’t recall the Statue of Liberty being on the arrivals list …

Helen Lasichanh and Pharrell Williams, 2017

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The model-designer and her “Happy” husband are always prepared for floods.

Katy Perry, 2015

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By Katy Perry standards, this get-up is pretty normal — until you consider her main accessory: a faux can of spray paint.

Sarah Jessica Parker, 2006

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When Anglomania’s the theme, the tartan comes out of Parker’s closet.

Anna Dello Russo, 2011

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The fashion-magazine editor is something of an egghead, obviously.

Hamish Bowles, 2004

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Even at the Met Gala, some men don’t dare mess with the tuxedo. But not this fashion journalist.