This year MET Gala was very clear from the beginning. Just had to read the title of the exhibition presented: “Punk: Chaos to Couture”. This year was time for something groundbreaking punk-like style.
The princesses must stay home. The choice of the best dressed of the MET 2013 part of the dress code. It was not the night to find a new Elie Saab. Though the night was much more docile than expected, remained Punk.
Anne Hathaway in a black dress by Valentino, her hair dyed blonde for the occasion. The inspiration, as she confirmed, was Debbie Harry.
The attitude is more important than the dress. Sienna Miller, her white dress, Burberry Prorsum.
Representing that English young punk; Cara Delevingne in Burberry Prorsum, jewelery by Dominic Jones and her hair to one side very Alice Dellal.
To Diane Kruger punk is a touch of pink in her impeccable blond hair. The wonderful Chanel Haute Couture dress does the rest.
Excitingly different, Alexa Chung in Erdem black design that combines transparency and frills.
Kirsten Dunst, has chosen for this year’s Met Gala Louis Vuitton design.
Pretty in pink & pretty in punk: Kate Bosworth in Balmain.
Gwyneth Paltrow serene and bright with one of the vibrant fuchsia pink Valentino.
The beautiful actress Blake Lively dressed in a silver and black Gucci Premiere on the night of punk.
Jessica Biel in Giambattista Valli.
Hairstyle ala ‘Pulp Fiction‘ and outfit of Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci, the queen of pop is back to her more punk origins, we talk about Madonna.
Beyoncé, another girl of Riccardo Tisci, with a maximalist, baroque Givenchy Couture, completely exclusive for this Met Gala.
Amanda Seyfried has had the honor of carrying another exclusive creations by Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy in this year’s Met Gala.
Carey Mulligan and her Balenciaga. Or how punk also stands for clean, simple lines.
The tweet in which Miley Cyrus has announced that she will be dressed in Marc Jacobs, had a quick effect on Twitter.
If anything characterizes the punk is to transcend pop icons and turn them into dark and subversive elements, such as Bambi, which will never be naive and innocent after seeing this look of Givenchy worn by Carine Roitfeld.
Kristen Stewart has chosen a burgundy jumpsuit by Stella McCartney.
Stella McCartney poses with Cameron Diaz, wearing an elegant klein blue dress.
Jennifer Lawrence shows a darker side of Hollywood. Look by Dior Haute Couture, of course!
Nude, pink and yellow. Marion Cotillard and her Dior Haute Couture.
Michelle Williams has teamed with Saint Laurent, for completing her look with a beautiful tiara.
Mother no more than one. Anna Wintour, in Chanel Haute Couture, with her daughter Bee Shaffer, Dior Haute Couture.
Sarah Jessica Parker, giving punk a very baroque twist.
Elle Fanning, and Dakota, worn one of the creations of Rodarte.
The creative duo formed by film director Sofia Coppola and designer Marc Jacobs.
The designer Christopher Kane was accompanied by an elegant Stella Tennant.
Katie Holmes: Calvin Kelin
Katy Perry in the Byzantine aesthetic Dolce & Gabbana
Rita Ora, hyper fan of vitamin-and colorful combinations, this time has opted for a Thakoon white design.
Gwen Stefani tweeted before the Met Gala a photograph of a label with the now legendary numerical succession of Maison Martin Margiela.
Solange Knowles with her Kenzo design, so tribal.
Olivia Wilde and her ode to minimalism in a white dress by Calvin Klein.
The couple formed by Lily Collins and Jamie Campbell Bower aimed to be more radical punk than anybody.
Kim Kardashian has appeared on the red carpet at the Met, very pregnant with a Givenchy dress and with her partner, rapper Kanye West.
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