We love a celebrity that isn’t afraid to take risks, try new trends, or just be really over the top. It might not land them on best-dressed lists, but it sure makes for a memorable moment. Let’s go through these crazy celebrity outfits that we’ll never forget.
Forever ingrained in our minds is this iconic Versace dress with neckline down-to-there from the 1999 Grammy Awards. JLo was the talk of the town! The dress caught a wildfire on Google. It was flooded with people trying to search for images of the outfit, which consequently led to the creation of Google Image Search.
It’s lit—or at least Perry’s dress was at the 2010 Met Gala. The LED light dress was created by CuteCircuit and changed from pink to green to blue.
How low can you go? The reality star perfectly encapsulates the vibe of early aughts fashion in this turquoise low-rise skirt and one-shoulder ensemble at the 2003 MTV Movie Awards.
The VMAs have always been a place where viewers are guaranteed to see some pretty wild outfits. Minaj made sure we weren’t disappointed when she showed up in this quirky yet crazy look which included stuffed creatures, slippers, ice cream necklace and bandages wrapped around her legs.
How high is too high? No such thing for this top model who hit the Met Gala in this hip-grazing gown by Anthony Vacarrello
For her Met Gala debut, Kardashian sure made a statement in this Givenchy gown with built in gloves. Especially, how it spawned the infamous couch meme.
A red carpet look made of meat? Gaga literally takes the prize for donning one of the craziest looks on the red carpet. We literally saw her covered in raw red meat at the 2010 MTV VMAs.
Jenner pushed the envelope on sexy with this Fausto Puglisi gown that featured two hip-grazing slits.
Lara Flynn Boyle
We all love a ballet-inspired look, but Boyle took the trend quite literally in this tutu and lace-up shoes.
Will anyone ever forget the time Bjork showed up to the Oscars in this swan dress? We certainly won’t.
Remember when uggs and itty-bitty mini skirts were a thing? Yeah, even Beyonce fell for that trend.
When Rihanna is invited to a theme party, she commits. For the 2017 Met Gala honoring Rei Kawakubo, the songstress was one of the few to wear a full Comme de Garcons, engulfed in petals of fabric for a truly memorable moment.
The 2015 Met Gala theme was dedicated to China and Chinese fashion. Solange certainly made a statement in this futuristic Giles dress.
The queen of rap put pasties on the map when she famously rocked this one-shoulder jumpsuit to the VMAS in 1999. This was most surely a cray one.
Who needs a gown when you can throw on a bathrobe and sparkly heels and look just as good?
We’re used to seeing the most beautiful and glamorous gowns of the year at the Oscars, in 1998, Cher brought a little gothic drama to the red carpet in this Bob Mackie creation. The headress really taking it to another level.
At the 2015 American Music Awards, the Armenian singer, known for singing in 19 different languages, dressed like a sea creature that might put an evil spell on us.
Gaga is a pop culture icon that we’ve come to rely on for looks that always keep us on our toes. This Armani Prive gown was truly a work of art.
The rising star dressed like a literal butterfly in Moschino for the premiere of The Greatest Showman.
The rapper took her love for leopard rather seriously on the red carpet of the 2011 Grammy Awards in this Givenchy Haute Couture ensemble complete with leopard spotted hair.
The bonafide rap sensation cemented her status as a fashion plate with this 1995 Thierry Mugler archival dress at the 2019 Grammy Awards
Can you imagine anyone other than Rihanna dressing as a pope, and pulling it off so flawlessly, for the 2018 Catholic-themed Met Gala?
You might need sunglasses to look directly at Paulson in this highlighter green Prada gown at the Oceans 8 premiere.
Taking the theme of of her film Aquaman to heart, the actress paired her stunning Valentino Haute Couture gown with a matching bathing cap.
Perhaps, the pop icon was trying to channel a song bird at Bazaar’s 2018 Icons party where she was set to perform.
The reality star is literally made of money and isn’t afraid to wear it. She was seen wearing this iconic Money outfit at the Anastasia Beverly Hills Party in September 2018.
The queen of pop channeled a Spanish matador with a sexy twist at the 2015 Grammy Awards. Complete with fishnets, over-the-knee boots, matching leather gloves and an over sized beret, the outfit was definitely not missing any detail.
Red carpets have definitely seen some of the most iconic moments in history. These outfits were just some of the many! Which one of these quirky outfits do you like?