Now, that I’ve shared with you a post about the Metropolitan Museum’s exhibit “Punk: Chaos to Couture“, I thought it would be fun to see which celebrities and models rocked the punk look for the opening night gala at the Met.
The Punk Look At The 2013 Met Gala
While many celebrities were beautifully dressed for the event such as Katie Holmes, Heidi Klum, Uma Thurman and Emma Watson, they opted for the elegant look rather than punk. However, the following celebrities rocked the punk look at the 2013 Met gala and brought out the chains, spikes, studs, plaids, safety pins, fishnets, maltese crosses, fingerless gloves, colored hair and make-up reminiscent of the classic late 70s to early 80’s Punk movement.
Some went all out, bringing back Punk as we remember it such as Madonna in Valentino couture:
Never underdressed, Sarah Jessica Parker was a sight in a wild Giles gown, Alexander McQueen thigh-high boots and a Philip Treacy hat:
Tommy and Dee Hilfiger were completely punked out in their plaid and silver spikes:
Christina Ricci donned a plaid punk Vivienne Westwood gown but kept the elegant hair make-up and jewelry.
Giovanna Battaglia in Gabbana Alta Moda accented her updo with several gold toned safety pins:
Nicole Ritchie dyed her hair white and loaded her ear with spikes while wearing a gown by Dana Rebecca Designs.
Miley Cyrus killed it in this skin hugging gown with her fab Punk hair:
Cara Delevingne wore Burberry Prorsum, combining an elegant silhouette with Punk studs and spikes:
Wearing a wild, but not really punk, Martin Margiela black and white outfit, Gwen Stefani was accompanied by hubby Gavin Rossdale in a decidedly punk tartan plaid suit.
Hallee Steinfeld wore a terrific dress by Donna Karan with a contemporary silhouette but whose print is actually made with gold safety pins:
Designer Donatella did not disappoint in her own unusual Versace gown with spikey studded shoulder and cuff:
Others took a more subtle approach wearing gowns with the occasional Punk accent, such as Carey Mulligan in this black Balenciaga number with a gold safety pin accent:
Or Cameron Diaz in this body hugging blue gown by Stella Mccartney with a spiked belt:
Anne Hathaway showed up as a blonde in a very sexy skin-baring Valentino gown and cited Debbie Harry as her inspiration:
Sienna Miller’s spiked headband and studded jacket added a punk edge to her look:
Jessica Alba’s Tory Burch gown wasn’t very punk per se, but her spiked Louboutain clutch was:
Diane Kruger complimented her Chanel gown with a punk pink-tinged ponytail:
Even Ivanka Trump colored her hair to match her gown:
Ginnifer Goodwin and January Jones both went for shimmery elegant gowns from Tory Burch and Chanel respectively, but let their eye makeup scream “punk”:
Images courtesy of Getty.
To see more red carpet images from The 2013 Met Gala, visit Vogue España.