The Most Memorable Looks from the Met Gala 2013

This year, the Met Gala 2013 celebrates Punk: Chaos to Couture. Join the Marie Claire team to see the favorite looks — punk-inspired or not — through the ages, coming straight to you from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

This year, the Met Gala 2013 celebrates Punk: Chaos to Couture. Join the Marie Claire team to see the favorite looks — punk-inspired or not — through the ages, coming straight to you from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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Miley Cyrus

Cyrus is a regular Courtney Love in this Marc Jacobs dress! Her spiked hair is a perfect addition to the look, too.

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Cara Delevingne

Delevingne looked insane — in a good way! — in a custom, spike-heavy Burberry and heavily accentuated brows.

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Gisele Bundchen

Of course, Miss Bundchen looked pretty perfect in a super-short Anthony Vaccarello dress alongside hubby Tom Brady.

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Hailee Steinfeld

Steinfeld embraced the punk trend with her studded Donna Karan Atelier dress and slightly messy locks.

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Elle Fanning

Elle's Rodarte dress is much more playful than her older sister's, as is her fun makeup, crazy-cool accessories, and half-up wavy hair.

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Dakota Fanning

Both sisters chose Rodarte, but the older Fanning lady wore a black gown with the cut-out trend of the season: side!

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Elizabeth Banks

Our favorite funny lady Banks stunned in a gold Atelier Versace jacket-turned-mini-dress with sa weeping bouffant 'do and coordinating miniaudiere.

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Katy Perry

This over-the-top pop princess wore head-to-toe Dolce & Gabbana, and yes, that includes her crown.

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Kate Bosworth

Bosworth opted for pink in this patterned mini-dress from Balmain. The dress is not so punk, but that pink definitely is.

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Kate Beckinsale

Beckinsale wore a pink-meets-red Alberta Ferretti gown with black strappy sandals and an elongated up-do.

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Heidi Klum

Klum looked like she could be taking a walk down the aisle after this red carpet in this structured Marchesa gown. Not so punk, but no complaints here!

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Kirsten Dunst

Dunst rocked a seriously deep-v neckline on this Louis Vuitton dress, along with this old Hollywood hair look, a staple from 2013's award season.

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Blake Lively

Lively looked uber-glam in this Gucci gown, classic ponytail, and mega-jeweled earrings.

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Emma Watson

The upcoming The Bling Ring star showed quite a bit of skin in this custom Prabal Gurung gown, which she toned down with minimal makeup and sleek hair.

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Florence Welch

The singer and fashion favorite wore a long-sleeved, partially sheer Givenchy gown. The black shade makes her signature red hair stand out beautifully.

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Carey Mulligan

A far cry from Daisy Buchanan, Mulligan looked gorgeous in black Balenciaga and a clean, parted blonde 'do.

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Gwen Stefani

The No Doubt front-woman strutted the red carpet wearing Maison Martin Margiela, baring her famous midriff and pairing it with a bright red lip.

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Kristen Stewart

The now crutches-less actress donned a burgundy Stella McCartney jumpsuit, simple heels, and an easy up-do.

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Rita Ora

Ora wore a white Thakoon dress and a pop of red lip, which looked seamless in tandem with her bleached blonde locks.

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Maggie Gyllenhaal

Gyllenhaal wore a deep red gown that's certainly favoring the side-boob trend, which she accessorized with a choker necklace and dark pixie cut.

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Beyoncé Knowles

Queen B completely took over that red carpet in a simply incredible Givenchy dress with matching gloves and sunkissed blonde locks.

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Anne Hathaway

We just have to say: We kind of loved Hathaway in vintage, 1992 Valentino. Everything about her bleached blonde hair, smoky eyes, and ornateness of the dress was exceptional.

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Ashley Greene

Greene looked insanely flawless in this dark gown with an embellished bodice and dramatic hair.

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Jennifer Lawrence

JLaw looked pretty in punk in black Dior, a red lip and a lace hair piece — quite a change from the rest of her red carpet repertoire this season!

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Karlie Kloss

Supermodel Kloss looked like something, or someone, from another era with darker hair, a detailed gown, and a magenta lip.

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Michelle Williams

Williams favored an elongated LBD over a traditional punk get-up, though she did accessorize with a 19th century diamond tiara from Fred Leighton.

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Miranda Kerr

Kerr just might be the only one on the event's red carpet who could have pulled this Michael Kors gown off, but c'mon — she looks seriously amazing.

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Sarah Jessica Parker

Honestly, who else could pull off a Philip Treacy mohawk hairpiece besides SJP? We love how amazingly it goes with her Giles Deacon dress!

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Lena Dunham

Dunham's Erdem dress has a "tattoo window" in the back to display her ink, not to mention that her dog ate a safety pin during her fitting. How punk, indeed.

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Kerry Washington

How gorgeous does the Scandal star look in violet Vera Wang? Those leather gloves and dark eye makeup are perfect additions to the gown, too.

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