The red carpet at the Met Gala definitely wasn't short on dramatic looks this year, with the "Camp: Notes on Fashion" theme giving stars the perfect opportunity to really pull out the stops. We saw everything from sexy '70s-inspired looks to Barbie-pink ensembles, and even a full-on chandelier dress. However, one look reigned supreme, and it won't surprise you to know what it is. The steps leading into the event have become iconic, and stars never miss an opportunity to take full advantage of them, sporting some of the longest trains we've seen since Princess Eugenie's wedding. The big walk into the Met Gala is the perfect opportunity to show off a train, whether it's attached to a dress, a cape, or a coat. Ahead, see the most dramatic trains that hit the red carpet this year, from Cardi's B's quilted number to Lily Collins's rise-and-fall design.