Rihanna is the undisputed queen of Met Gala fashion — here are all her jaw-dropping looks

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The Met Gala has become one of the biggest nights in the fashion world, and for good reason.

Unlike more traditional Hollywood events like the Oscars or Golden Globes, the Met Gala forgoes traditional red carpet gowns for avant-garde themes and innovative designs. So while you might not be able to emulate the looks, your jaw will certainly drop at the sheer grandiose glamour of it all.

Nobody embodies the spirit of the Met Gala more than Rihanna. Over the past 11 years, the singer has used the event as an opportunity to showcase her impeccable sense of style and it has resulted in some of her most memorable looks.

For her first Met Gala appearance in May 2007, the singer went with a relatively simple but pretty Georges Chakra white gown with silver embellishments on the bodice.
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She paired the gown with some black mesh gloves and a red rose to fit the “Poiret: King of Fashion” theme. It was a subtle look for the then-rising star, who would soon amp up the stakes.

In May 2009 she went for a much bolder look — an over-the-top suit by Dolce & Gabbana.
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The dramatics of the oversized shoulder pads worked wonderfully for the event’s “The Model as Muse” theme, and it also paired perfectly with Rihanna’s edgy pixie crop.

For May 2011’s “Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty” theme, she wore a one-sleeved black lace gown by Stella McCartney.
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The dress is stunning on its own, but her long bright red side-braid added a nice pop of color.

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