One of fashion's biggest nights didn't disappoint.
The 2016 CFDA Fashion Awards on Monday in New York City brought out the A-list stars, including Beyonce and Rachel Roy, and all three Olsen sisters. And as Rihanna's unforgettable sheer Adam Selman dress at the 2014 CFDAs previously proved, the high fashion event is the one soiree, aside from the Met Gala, where attendees are encouraged to go all-out avant garde when it comes to their outfit choices.
From Lena Dunham's bunny slipper high heels to Selma Blair's half jumpsuit, half dress, check out the seven craziest looks from this year's CFDAs.
The "If It Isn't Love" singer changed out of her more conventional black-and-red strapless Prabal Gurung gown she wore on the red carpet into a sparkly KaufmanFranco cape creation to perform a Prince tribute at the event. The jaw-dropping look consisted of over two million Swarovski crystals.
Nobody was paying any attention to the Girls star's black-and-white Creatures of the Wind dress thanks to her Streetzies bunny heels.
Talk about bold. The Vinyl actress is currently pregnant with baby number two, and had no issue flaunting her growing bump in a tight green Rosie Assoulin dress that had a large cut-out over her burgeoning belly.
ET chatted with Wilde on Monday, when she talked about her daring choice, and not sacrificing comfort for style.
"It's nice when there can be a combination, because it’s really nice to not have to sacrifice style for comfort, and a really great designer creates things that aren’t uncomfortable no matter what you are going through," Wilde told ET, praising Assoulin.
The Fault In Our Stars actor is no stranger to high-fashion, given his roots -- his father is fashion photographer Arthur Elgort, who's worked extensively for Vogue. Elgort definitely took a risk with proportions in this knee-length tuxedo jacket, which he paired with capri trousers that highlighted his sheer socks.
The most bizarre look of the night hands down went to the Cruel Intentions actress. Blair wore a half dress, half jumpsuit creation by designer Christian Siriano of Project Runway fame, which featured one long-sleeve and an awkward half train.
The Fargo actress chose to make a statement through her accessories rather than her silver Rodarte dress. Specifically, nobody could miss the huge purple fresh flower she wore as an earring.
Only Queen Bey could pull this look off to such perfection! The superstar wore her now signature oversized black "Formation" hat to receive this year's Fashion Icon Award, pairing it with a dazzling striped Givenchy pants suit.
Monday night also marked the first time since her album Lemonade dropped that she, her husband Jay Z, and fashion designer Rachel Roy -- who many have suspected to be the inspiration for the scandalous "better call Becky with the good hair" lyric in her song "Sorry" -- were all in the same room.