Met Gala 2013: See All The Red Carpet Fashion


The biggest night in fashion is officially underway in New York City. The annual Costume Institute Benefit (a.k.a. the Metropolitan Museum of Art Gala) red carpet was packed with stars like Kim Kardashian (in Givenchy by gala co-chair Riccardo Tisci) and boyfriend Kanye West, co-host Rooney Mara (also in Givenchy), and, of course, honorary chair Beyoncé—who wore, you guessed it, Givenchy.

Since the theme of the night is punk—the gala serves as the official kickoff to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibit “Punk: From Chaos to Couture“—we expected a pretty jaw-dropping red carpet, but the night’s fashion left a bit to be desired. That’s not to say there weren’t any bright moments. Miley Cyrus killed it in a glittering fishnet body-contouring gown by Marc Jacobs, complete with spiky platinum blonde hair, Sarah Jessica Parker wore a very Carrie Bradshaw-esque Philip Treacy headdress that recalled the iconic punk mohawk, and Ashley Olsen radiated in orange vintage Dior Couture.

Click through the gallery above to see all the looks from the night’s red carpet! And tell us in your unfiltered comments below: whose outfit do you love? Whose do you, well, not love?

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  • dootsiebug

    I do not understand why some celebrities show up to the Met Gala and go for plain and pretty. It’s the one event that begs you to go over-the-top. Why wouldn’t you go for it?
    I also think some of these folks needed “what punk looks like” flash cards.

  • toomuchtime

    Honestly. They’re rich enough, don’t any of them own a computer? It’s not that hard to look up what punk looks like. Punk doesn’t have to be expensive. And for the love of your God, hasn’t anyone heard that pants on females is very much acceptable when you’re talking about punk? By the looks of it, some of you think punk is made up of floral patterns and a disgusting shade of pink. And who the heck thinks a cape is punk. This isn’t superhero day. There is a reason you were the only one wearing a cape.
    And for the life of me, if I see another plastic surgery gone wrong, I think I’m gonna hurl. Some of them look like Frankenstein wasn’t the only monster created. Bow-tox does not make you look younger, it makes you look like an idiot.

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