The biggest night in fashion is here — on Monday everyone who’s anyone will gather in New York City for the 2016 Met Gala. The annual benefit for the Metropolitan Museum of Art draws a stellar list of celebrities, among whom few are as talked about as Kim Kardashian and her crew.

The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star has been teasing her preparations for the big night since late Sunday. Kim, 35, shared a photo of herself with husband Kanye West, as well as several unidentifiable members of her style team putting the finishing touches on her outfit. She later tweeted that she had just finished getting her faux sun-kissed glow with a spray tan, which prompted questions from fans about her plans. One Twitter user asked whether Kim and Kanye, 38, planned to adhere to this year’s theme.


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In 2015, the couple dropped jaws and garnered plenty of buzz with their looks. In true Kanye fashion, the "Famous" rapper kept it simple. He appeared on Kim's arm in a chic black velvet suit. His wife, on the other hand, went all out. Kim stepped on the carpet just weeks before announcing her pregnancy with son Saint West, wearing a sheer gown with white beading and feather details. The gown wowed onlookers, but many felt it did not fit with the "China: Through the Looking Glass" theme for the evening. 


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This will be the first year that live footage from the Met Gala red carpet is shown on television as E! News will be covering the proceedings. While the red carpet will be shown on television, no cameras are allowed inside. As always, Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour will serve as the night's host.  Actor Idris Elba and Jonathan Ive — the chief design officer for Apple — have been selected as co-hosts. According to Refinery29, Instagram also plans to highlight photos from the event, showcasing the best — and worst — dressed celebrities. This year’s theme is "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology." According to Vogue magazine, the theme is meant to embrace the increasingly blurred lines between handmade haute couture and machine-made fashion.

Met Gala coverage begins at 7 p.m. EDT on E! News.