The Met Gala is the biggest night in fashion. Period. And people who are invited don't hold back, which can sometimes lead to some extreme looks. These are the most revealing, confusing, and talked-about dresses of all time.
Perhaps one of the most revealing looks of the night, Kravitz rocked this lace Saint Laurent dress for the 2018 Met Gala. To be honest, everything about this look was perfect.
You may not be able to tell, but that's supermodel and actress Cara Delevigne underneath the black ensemble. It seems like the only thing she left to the imagination was her, er, face.
Munn stunned in a custom H&M piece proving that high-fashion style doesn't always need to break the bank. Of course, her see-through sides grabbed everyone's attention.
For Dion's first gala (how is that possible?!), the singer wore a Bulgari jewels, and a headpiece, which was a far stretch from her normal red carpet looks.
Jenner turned heads in a Versace ensemble, consisting of a flesh-colored bodysuit and a netted mesh dress covered in sea shells and long tassels. She paired it with a platinum blonde bob per the designer, Donatella Versace's, request.
Jenner wore a LaPerla dress adorned with 85,000 hand-sewn crystals that was barely there from the front and practically nonexistent from the back. Calling it revealing doesn't even begin to cover it.
A few years later, Rihanna wore an architecturally stunning dress created by the honored designer of the gala: Comme des Garçons. The look was part of the fall 2016 runway collection, and even though fashion critics were left in awe, the public didn't quite get it.
Leave it to an icon to wear a camouflage dress that does anything but blend in. Madonna described her Moschino look as "Combat Barbie" and she carried a canteen full of rosé with her on the red carpet for good measure.
Ralph Lauren designed this custom trench coat-inspired gown for the actress with an avant-garde twist — and a thigh-high slit. Sure, she drew a few Inspector Gadget comparisons, but no risk, no reward.
Minaj worked with H&M to create a custom look for the "Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons" theme. And while her the details were beautiful, it was the revealing nature of the look that kept people talking.
For the "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology" gala, Watson wore a Calvin Klein skirt, fitted bodice, and pants with a twist: her entire look was made out of recycled plastic water bottles. But, of course, the pants are what people talked about most.
Knowles is known for taking huge fashion risks, including this David Laport look featuring latex leggings and a pleated top in vibrant yellow.
For the makeup mogul's first gala, she wore a custom dress designed by Olivier Rousteing. Even though the metallic design gave a nod to the "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology" theme, it also left her with scratches all over her legs.
Kravitz paired a black Valentino dress with a giant bow on the back and mask from the Fall 2010 Haute Couture collection with Messika jewelry. The results? A random (but beautiful) fairy-like look.
Swift's outfit wasn't the most bold or revealing, but it was a huge departure from her typical girl-next-door look. But the Louis Vuitton silver snakeskin mini dress was a perfect fit for the "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology" theme.
If there's one thing we know about Gaga, it's that she loves a costume, hence why she wore a leotard made out of computer circuit boards for the "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology" event. She topped it off with a Versace jacket.
Lopez wore a custom one-shoulder Atelier Versace illusion gown that showed off every curve. In fact, some people didn't even notice the ruby crystals depicted a dragon wrapped around her body for the "China: Through the Looking Glass" theme.
Two years later, Kardashian covered up as little as possible in a custom Roberto Cavalli gown. She's described the sheer, beaded design as one of her all-time favorite dresses, all the way down to the elaborate feather train.
Beyonce's nearly-naked dress is now iconic, but at the time it was truly shocking. The Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci custom gown featured multicolor crystals and stones in all the right places.
The artist donned a white Stella McCartney gown to the event, which covered everything but her midriff! So pretty!
Anthony Vaccarello designed the barely-there dress Bündchen wore to the "PUNK: Chaos to Couture"-themed gala, complete with chain links that served as a faux slit and straps for the small number.
During Cyrus' rebellious stage, she wore a long sleeve, netted gown by Marc Jacobs that perfectly fit the "PUNK: Chaos to Couture" theme for the year — right down to her spiked, blonde hair.
Even though it wasn't deemed a fashion success, Kardashian's dress for the 2013 event certainly had the public talking. She covered her baby bump in a custom floral Givenchy gown designed by Riccardo Tisci, complete with matching globes and heels.
When asked to adhere to a "PUNK: Chaos to Couture" theme, this actress brings out all the stops, including a giant mohawk headpiece designed by Philip Treacy. She paired it with a Giles Deacon dress and custom Louboutin plaid thigh-high boots.
The actress wore a sparkly, buff Chanel design that was inspired by classical and renaissance style, but it almost looked like her dress was falling off of her at first glance. Her red hair popped against the neutral color.
Known for her eccentric style, Perry showed up in a Cute Circuit gown that literally glowed thanks to 3,000 built-in MicroLED lights. She accessorized the one-shoulder gown with a pink statement necklace to add even more oomph to her look.
The model had a clear message about her thoughts on "The House of Chanel" theme and she made sure it was written all over her full dress. She later said she had to get help piling into her car at the end of the night.
Everyone remembers Johannson wearing this stunning (yet revealing) yellow dress by Calvin Klein, but few remember that she wore it to the 2004 "Dangerous Liaisons: Fashion and Furniture in the 18th Century" gala.
For the "Goddess: The Classical Mode" theme, Kidman wore Gucci by Tom Ford. The designer created a flesh-toned column dress covered in diamonds, but it was the sheer top that left people stunned.
For the "Goddess: The Classical Mode" gala, the artist looked stunning in metallic statement earrings and a sheer dress.
At the "Rock Style" Gala, the model and actress showed off her rock 'n' roll sensibility in a gold jumpsuit (skipping the traditional dress!) with a neckline that stretched all the way down to her waist.
For the "Haute Couture" gala, the actress wore a lilac Versace dress that left little to the imagination and featured one of the highest slits to date for the event. She added a white, fur-lined coat and gold heels to finish the look.
For the "Costumes of Royal India" theme, Cher attended the event with the designer of her gown, Bobbie Mackie. The long sleeve design featured a high neckline, mesh netting, and . Some can argue this was the first version of a "naked dress."