The 10 wackiest looks from the 2016 Met Gala

7 Most Outrageous Looks That Defined The Met Gala

The Met Gala will always bring a variety of looks to the red carpet -- from the gorgeous and elegant to the simple to the wild and wacky. We tend to love the wild and wacky, and this particular red carpet is one that always keeps us guessing.

With a theme like "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology," we expected that quite a few individuals would take the theme very literally (bionic arms, anyone?) and we were not disappointed. Some celebrities simply glittered on the red carpet tonight, but some went ALL out -- and we loved every minute of it.

Click through below to see the 10 wildest and wackiest looks of the evening:

Wackiest looks from the 2016 Met Gala
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The 10 wackiest looks from the 2016 Met Gala

Lady Gaga in Versace -- we knew she wouldn't disappoint with this year's theme, and she certainly went all out!

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Katy Perry looked a little frightening (is it the super dark makeup or lack of eyebrows?!) in this Prada gown, but she definitely took the theme seriously.

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Lupita Nyong'o's dress is really very sweet, but that hair is what (literally) takes her look to new heights! Go girl.

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Zoe Saldana's look was bold and "wacky" in the best way possible -- the skirt on this Dolce & Gabbana gown is an absolute dream.

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Oh, Madonna. Would you expect anything less than this revealing look from the pop diva?

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Solange Knowles has always been one to push fashion's limits, and tonight was no different. And this color is ah-ma-zing on her!

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Claire Danes wore this stunning, voluminous gown by Zac Posen -- but the best part about it? it glows in the dark!

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Gigi Hadid's look was fairly tame (though fitting) but Zayn Malik and his bionic arms are what blew us away!

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Diane von Furstenberg's dress and shawl are pretty and hint at a futuristic vibe, but that glowing headdress is what takes her look over to the bold side.

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Julie Macklowe dove head-first into this year's theme with this metallic bodysuit.

(Photo by Jamie McCarthy/FilmMagic)


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