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So, this is what celebrities wore to the Met Gala in 2007

A little blast from the past for the day that’s in it.

TODAY IS MET Gala Day, which means we can expect elaborate gowns and hopefully a good old elevator fight in the morning.

But what did the Met Gala look like in 2007? Who was there and what did they wear?

Look no further. We got you.

First of all, Kirsten Dunst brought Razorlight’s Johnny Borell along as her date.

The quintessential mid-2000s celebrity couple. What a difference ten years makes, eh?

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

Scarlett Johansson wore gammy fishnet tights that looked like something you’d procure from Penneys.

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters

Meanwhile, actress Amanda Peet straight up wore black tights. To the Met Gala.

Now that’s commitment to keeping your legs warm.

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

Iman and David Bowie oozed glamour.

RIP :’(

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

Jessie Spano from Saved By The Bell somehow scored an invite?

Fair play, but also how?

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

Mary-Kate Olsen looked like a petite bird.

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters

And her sister Ashley was like, “Heyiz, I’m here for the toga party”

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

Jessica Simpson had brown hair and looked fab, tbh.

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

Claire Danes wore what appears to be a giant Quality Street wrapper.

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

Very Debs look here, if you ask us.

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters

Rihanna was quite understated compared to what we’d later come to expect from her.

She did channel the spirit of an emo teen from Co. Waterford and wear black lace gloves, though. Stylin’.

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters

Cameron Diaz and Gisele formed a mini-squad on the red carpet.

“We’re taller and more golden-skinned than you’ll ever be.”

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters

Juliette Lewis was like, “I’m just a wacky gal at Body & Soul”

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

Elizabeth Banks wore this dress and paired it with a thick, chunky belt because that’s what people did back in the 2000s.

Also, is that a rose?

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

Kate Bosworth looked like she was auditioning for a role in The Great Gatsby.

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

As did Jennifer Lopez.

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

Can confirm that Eva Mendes was a big ride in 2007.

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Gregorio Binuya

As was Naomi Campbell.

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

Cate Blanchett looked like a luminous alien and we mean that in the best way possible.

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

Chloe Sevigny definitely necked a can of Bavaria in the card ride over.

“I drank a can really quickly. That’s why I’m so giddy.”

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Gregorio Binuya

Lindsay Lohan, who was just 20 years old at the time, also managed to land an invite that year.

:’)

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Gregorio Binuya

Costume Institute Gala 2007 Source: Gregorio Binuya

 

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