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STYLE | Revisiting Punk Era

Madonna looking like it's 1985.
Madonna looking like it’s 1985.

The Met Ball was held on May 6, 2013 in New York and it’s theme this year was Punk: Chaos to Couture.  Most celebrities came out looking as they usually do on the red carpet; elegant, classy and sexy.  Many missed the mark on the theme and it almost made you wonder if anyone got the ‘punk’ memo.  But there were a few who took the punk theme literally and really channeled the era to its fullest.  It appeared that Madonna got a re-awakening of the early days in her career.  She stepped out in real punk with a schoolgirl twist.  She said she’s always admired that era but didn’t want to interpret it literally.

Sienna Miller turned heads in her long white dress topped with a studded motorcycle style jacket all by Burberry.  Miley Cyrus got it right as she continued to ditch her clean-cut Disney reputation with her punked haircut and the fishnet floor length dress she wore by Marc Jacobs.  Cyrus said, “I felt like I was a punk rock Adams Family Morticia.”  Meanwhile, Nicole Richie stepped out in a white dress by Topshop and newly dyed silver hair to match.  She was almost unrecognizable with the new do.

What were your thoughts on Met Ball style?

Miley Cyrus in a Marc Jacobs dress.
Miley Cyrus in a Marc Jacobs fishnet dress.
Nicole Richie at MET Ball in dress by TopShop.
Nicole Richie at MET Ball in dress by TopShop couture.

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Sienna Miller in Burberry.
Sienna Miller in Burberry.
Singer Debbie Harry came in a subdued punk look suitable for her age.
Singer Debbie Harry came in a subdued punk look suitable for her age.
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