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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Punked at The Met Ball

New York City's Party of The Year
Punk: Chaos To Couture

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Choosing the Punk theme
for The Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute exhibition this year, was controversial
to some and fun for many.  Perhaps the idea
will render new interest from a younger set.

Many of the attendees went with the theme...dressing the part.  Others arrived
in typical grand gala garb. Here's a look at the
Red Carpet....or anarchy at The Met.

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Julie Macklowe in Zang Toi.
 With hair to match her gown.

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Sarah Jessica Parker in a Philip Tracey headpiece, Giles Deacon dress, 
and Louboutin boots.
One of my favorite looks of the night.

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Gwyneth Paltrow in Valentino.
Pretty in pink and a dress I would wear.

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Madonna in Givenchy Haute Couture.
The girl is still working it. 
Should she be?

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Thom Browne and Taylor Tomasi Hill.
Who punked or shrunk Thom's pants?

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Anja Rubik rocked her Anthony Vaccarello chain-and-leather dress 
Love it but is it ball worthy?

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Diane Von Furstenberg
Mature Punk

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Heidi Klum in Marchesa
Pretty but boring.

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Miley Cyrus in Marc Jacobs.
Her short hair was perfect for the evening.

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, 
both in Givenchy. 
Lovely dress on Kim but it looks a bit like
she is wearing the entire garden.

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Anne Hathaway in vintage Valentino.
Love the "do" on Anne!

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Katy Perry in Dolce and Gabbana.
Going for the "Queen of punk look."

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Liya Kebede in Alberta Ferretti
Stunning in stripes

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Beyonce in Givenchy
Certainly a head turner

Uma Thurman in Zac Posen with the designer
Perhaps the most elegant.
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And Here's a look at the Exhibition 

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From left, looks from Yohji Yamamoto, 
Viktor & Rolf and Chanel.

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From left, two looks from Vivienne Westwood, Maison Martin Margiela, Katherine Hamnett
 and Moschino.

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Versace's safety pin dress that created Elizabeth Hurley

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A Vivienne Westwood ensemble.

I think I'll go spike my hair now........

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