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2015 was definitely the year for the daring fashionista. From sheer gowns to unexpected silhouettes, dresses in Hollywood were unique, interesting and definitely kept us watching.

It was tough to narrow the list down to just a few, but some definitely stand out more than others.

Who could forget Beyonce at the Met Gala with that side ponytail and sheer dress that left little to the imagination?

Whether you loved the look or hated it, it definitely had everyone buzzing and will be an iconic moment in red carpet fashion for years to come.

Celebrities arrive to the 2015 Met Gala

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But if sheer isn’t your style, Serena Williams definitely did not disappoint, going for an equally sexy look with an entirely different (covered up?) vibe. After winning her Serena Slam, she showed up to the champions dinner looking like every bit the superstar.

Wimbledon Champions Dinner - Red Carpet Arrivals

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There were also plenty of stylish LBD options, with stars like Taraji P. Henson slaying in black at the VH1 Big In 2015 Awards.

VH1 Big In 2015 With Entertainment Weekly Awards - Arrivals

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But a stunning choice doesn’t mean you always have to go for a gown or a cocktail dress, as our favorite sweetheart star of 2015, Zendaya Coleman, showed all too well. When the star showed up in this black satin coordinating set at the CFDA dinner, our jaws literally dropped.


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See our full list here and be sure to let us know if there’s a look you loved that we missed!

Beyonce, Zendaya & Serena Our Among Our Fave Red Carpet Looks Of The Year  was originally published on