Now that we've gotten over our Met Gala FOMO, we've had a chance to review our top 10 looks of the night

Words by Larissa Jenkins   The phenomenal Met Gala has once again made us feel depressed that we're not part of their invites list. Over the past few days we've done nothing but admire the different ways that some of our favourite celebs have been interpreting this year’s theme: 'China: Through the Looking Glass' into their selected gowns for the big night. Below are 10 of our favourite looks from this year:   551925653JN00187_China_Thro   Kate Hudson looked absolutely glamorous this year! She stunned photographers with a Michael Kors custom suntan stretch-tulle gown, featuring an open back and gold hand-embroidered paillettes. The actress matched this mesmerising look with a sparkly Lorraine Schwartz headpiece, an Edie Parker clutch, and Charlotte Olympia heels.   551925529LL183_China_Throug     Kim Kardashian turned heads on the red carpet when she arrived on the scene in a daring Roberto Cavalli gown by new creative director Peter Dundas. The sheer piece did little to cover her body, but strategically placed lace did the noble job of covering the essentials. The revealing gown screamed body confidence, something our curvaceous Kim is known for, while the gown’s long feathery train whispered royalty as it trailed behind her.   J Lo     The ferocious Jennifer Lopez accentuated her sexy persona with a revealing, see-through gown by Versace. The ruby dress featured a sequin dragon design and a curve-loving mermaid silhouette, with a sequined tulle train that appeared to resemble a dragon’s flames. J-Lo completed her look with a red crystal Swarovski clutch, Sutra earrings, and fiery eyeshadow.   551925529LL179_China_Throug   Amal Clooney stepped out on the carpet in a tiered, crimson-hued Maison Margiela Couture gown, specifically created for her by John Galliano. Hubby, George looked just as glamorous by her side, sporting a dapper Armani tuxedo with a long tail.   "China: Through The Looking Glass" Costume Institute Benefit Gala - Arrivals   Rihanna definitely delivered this year for all of her anxious fans waiting on her next statement outfit to hit the red carpet. In our opinion, the gorgeous star rocked her huge golden fur gown by Chinese couture designer Guo Pei. Taking two years to make, this unique gown represents royalty, symbolising prestige, good luck, and a balance of yin and yang. In Imperial China, only the emperor was allowed to wear yellow, which is fitting for queen RiRi who obviously did her homework before attending the Gala! Her royal highness completed her show-stopping look with a yellow-gold headpiece - a stylish alternative to your traditional crown.   Georgia Jagger   Georgia May Jagger truly embraced the theme of the Met Gala this year, dazzling everyone in a Gucci custom lilac silk georgette belted floor length gown, embellished with an Asian inspired multi-coloured motif of flowers and birds. This stunning piece was hand embroidered with silk threads, glass beads and crystals. Georgie accessorised with a floral headpiece and a stylish pair of lace-up sandals.   Rosie2   Rosie Huntington-Whitely looked absolutely drop dead gorgeous in a shimmering, champagne-coloured Atelier Versace Gown. The glamorous piece clung gratefully to her Amazonian curves, hugging the model’s figure in all the right places. Rosie finished off her outfit with her trademark bold lip and sleek hair combo.   551925653KR00133_China_Thro   Kendall Jenner turned heads in a custom Calvin Klein Collection jade green crystal-encrusted dress. Featuring lace-up side detailing, the Kendall showed off some cheeky side cleavage, adding a sexy edge to her look. Each green detail was adorned with a diamond costume jewel, with a large pendant attaching the strings on the bodice. This mesmerising gown was designed by Francisco Costa, the brand's Women’s Creative Director.   Chloe Sevigny   Chloe Sevigny arrived on the red carpet in a J.W. Anderson custom contrast tie knot bustier top, and a front split skirt in vintage silk crepe de Chine. Her revealing neckline matched with a simple choker was the perfect finish to this Chinese inspired outfit.   551925529LL109_China_Throug   Emily Ratajkowski wore a high-collar, cream dress by Topshop, illustrated with long-stemmed 3D floral embroidery and a looped collar revealing a peak of her envied olive skin. The gown was styled by Tara Swennen, and is surprisingly one of the more affordable pieces that were showcased at this year’s Gala. Emily accessorised with Effy jewelry, Brian Atwood shoes and a Rauwolf clutch, completing her look with a perfectly texturized bun and seriously smokey eyes.