For industry insiders, celebrities, and paparazzi the first Monday is when all the Met Gala magic happens.
Due to the global coronavirus pandemic, one fashion's most sought after affairs of the year has been indefinitely postponed.
While this uncertain time has resulted in many canceled events, we also can't help but reflect back on some of the most standout red carpet blasts from the past.
Who remembers when Katy Perry commanded attention in 2018 with her larger-than-life angel wings? Or how about when Rihanna wore one of the most exaggerated gowns to ever grace the Metropolitan Museum of Art's staircase?
From "wow" to "wild," here's a look back at 15 looks we will never forget.
Andre Leon Talley & Anna Wintour
In 1999, two of Vogue's most well-known faces, Andre Leon Talley and Anna Wintour, showed up in full glitz and glam.
When you think of the Met Gala, it's hard not to think of Rihanna's elaborate Guoi Pei haute couture dress worn in 2015 that took over the red carpet -- literally!
Perry took the 2018 Met Gala theme, "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and Catholic Imagination," to new heights when she wore this gorgeous gold Versace dress paired with gigantic feathery wings.
If you want to steal the show, lay back and strike your best pose on the Metropolitan Museum stairs as P.Diddy did in 2017 while wearing a stellar caped tuxedo look.
Kim K. was nearly eight months pregnant when she wore one of the most talked about and meme'd floral print looks in Met Gala history.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Talk about making a statement?! Parker nailed it with this mohawk-shaped headpiece created by award-winning hat designer Philip Treacy.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas
Jonas' looked like a regal queen at the 2018 Met Gala in her deep rouge toned velvet Ralph Lauren gown paired with a beautiful gold-beaded hood.
Nyong'o's glorious updo is arguably one of the most elevated looks the Met Gala has ever seen. Her textured 'do was a nod to styles worn by Nina Simone and traditional African hairstyles.
Her famous eyebrows usually take center stage, but for the 2017 Met Gala, Delevingne turned heads with her metallic painted bald head.