Claudia Schiffer, Karl Lagerfeld's longtime muse, sported a ponytail adorned with a camellia at the 1995 Met Gala.
Kate Moss stole the limelight at the 2009 Met Gala in a gold lamé minidress and matching turban.
In 2001, Diana Ross rocked the biggest hair in Met Gala history, which was elevated to new heights with the help of a shimmery black tulle headpiece.
In 2014, Beyoncé turned heads at the Met Gala with her stunning attire - a sheer black Givenchy dress and a beaded birdcage veil.
Madonna arrived at the Louis Vuitton Fall 2009 in a minidress, thigh-high boots, and oversized bunny ears.
Sarah Jessica Parker told Vogue, “Me, literally sitting on the floor of the car in order to accommodate my mohawk, was pretty freaking amusing,”
Jared Leto walked the red carpet in a celestial crown designed by Gucci's Alessandro Michele, paired with his flowing locks.
With a bright red lip and a sparkling Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda crown, Karen Elson exuded the aura of a contemporary empress.
Hairstylist Vernon François drew inspiration from Lauren Kelley's 2007 self-portrait Pickin' and adorned Lupita Nyong'o's backcombed Afro with gold spray-painted combs.
Selena Gomez complemented a slinky Vera Wang gown with a tight chignon delicately decorated with real orchids.
At the 2019 Met Gala, Céline Dion left everyone in awe with her extraordinary ensemble, including a singed peacock feather headpiece.
At the 2018 "Heavenly Bodies" Met Gala, Rihanna's striking red-carpet ensemble was complemented by an equally impressive bishop's hat.