These Stars Aced Old Hollywood Glam at the 2014 Met Gala

Cue the round of applause.

The Met Gala has always been an enchanting evening, but with American couturier and evening wear king Charles James as this year's celebrated designer, we knew it would boast even more glamour. Here are red carpet looks that are strikingly similar to Old Hollywood fashion moments of decades past.

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Sarah Jessica Parker in Oscar de la Renta

Leave it to SJP to channel Grace Kelly with ease.

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Rihanna in Stella McCartney

RiRi is giving major Rita Hayworth in her two-piece evening wear.

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Blake Lively in Gucci
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Naomi Campbell in Givenchy

Like Shirley Bassey, Campbell can pull off a white cut-out gown with ease.

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Dree Hemingway in Rodarte

Hemingway is an Americana vision like Lauren Bacall.

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Suki Waterhouse in Burberry

The British model looks a lot like Dorothy Mackaill in The Whip (1928).

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Lea Michele in Altuzarra

Michele looked as sultry as Marilyn Monroe in her dripping gold number.

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Karen Elson in Zac Posen

The model channeled Audrey Hepburn in her satin pink gown.

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Dakota Johnson in Jason Wu

The 50 Shades of Grey star channeled Rita Hayworth in the film noir Gilda (1946).

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Dita Von Teese in Zac Posen

Sophia Loren would have been right at home in Von Teese's corseted number.

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Kate Upton in Dolce & Gabbana

A sartorial risk always pays off when you're drawing comparisons to Joan Crawford.

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Sarah Silverman

Silverman takes a page out of Elizabeth Taylor's book in a structured bustier gown.

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Tabitha Simmons in Dolce & Gabbana

Simmons' bold floral statement is reminiscent of this frothy gown worn by '20s movie star Janet Gaynor.

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