Red Carpet Anarchy

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The Met Gala is one of the most fashionable nights of the year. It celebrates the opening of Metropolitan Museums fashion exhibition at the Costume Institute. Hosted by Vogue, every year has a theme and this year’s was punk!

Punk became big with the arrival of Vivienne Westwood’s and Malcolm Mclaren’s iconic shop on Kings Road, London. later in the 70’s Zandra Rhodes took  the rebellious Punk style and tamed it, resulting in elegant pieces which became popular with the rich and famous, Versace adopted this Punk chic with the memorable safety-pin dress worn by Liz Hurley. Due to the glamorous nature of the red carpet most guest erred more towards Rhodes than Westwood. Either way Punk will always be a style that attracts attention, lets see who attracted the most…

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Miley Cyrus looked both sexy and anarchistic (a tricky combination to achieve) in her Marc Jacobs fish net dress.

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I feel bad criticising Kim as I think she’s had a lot of stick of late with regards to her maternity wardrobe, but I just don’t think this dress does anything for her. Kim’s dress is Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci, the hole rings around the edge of the dress combined with the deep, rich blood-red lipstick manage to give it the little pinch of punk it craves.

sarah-jessica-parker-met-ball-2013-red-carpet-02Sarah Jessica Parker, puts her spin on the classic mohawk with a glamorous headpiece. While Nicole Richie goes grey…

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I love how she’s gone high street with a Topshop dress!

Finally, Madonna goes for the classic punk print – tartan, but turns it into tartan tarty…

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