Celebs Go Punk
Celebs showed up in their best edgy gear to celebrate the Met's 2013 Gala theme Punk: Chaos to Couture. There were plenty of eclectic looks at the Gala, but a few stars managed to outshine the rest.
We have to admit: It's great to see Kim Kardashian embrace high fashion. The reality star looked incredible in her custom Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci gown. It might not have been "punk" as we normally interpret it, but it was still out there for the mom-to-be.
"I know it's different for everybody . . . everyone has their own take on it, so it will be really interesting to me to see what the designers and everyone else thinks about punk," she told Vogue.com before the Gala.
Hi, haters! Anne Hathaway wasn't shy about getting attention at the 2013 Met Gala. The oft-criticized actress didn't go demure for the event. Instead, she embraced the punk theme with a custom Valentino gown — and white blond hair!
"I don't know that you could tell it by looking at me, but [Blondie lead singer] Debbie Harry was (my inspiration)," she told Vogue.com on the red carpet.
The verdict? She looked absolutely incredible — probably the best dressed celeb of the night.
Gwen Stefani knows a thing or two about alt fashion — and she nailed it on Monday night at the Met Gala in her black and white Maison Martin Margiela gown. We still can't believe she's 43!
Beyoncé was the girl on fire at the 2013 Met Gala in her black and orange Givenchy gown.
2013 Met Gala co-host Rooney Mara struck a high contrast in her custom Givenchy gown (did everyone wear Givenchy?). We especially love the black lip with the look. Very dramatic — and very punk.
Jennifer Lopez had one of the best looks of the night in her animal print Michael Kors gown with faux hawk.
Kristen Stewart opted for pants at the 2013 Met Gala — and her Stella McCartney creation didn't disappoint.
Miley Cyrus went full punk in her mesh Marc Jacobs gown — and we love it!
Who was the best dressed at the 2013 Met Gala? Sound off in the comments below!
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