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.
Cyrus is a regular Courtney Love in this Marc Jacobs dress! Her spiked hair is a perfect addition to the look, too.
Delevingne looked insane — in a good way! — in a custom, spike-heavy Burberry and heavily accentuated brows.
Of course, Miss Bundchen looked pretty perfect in a super-short Anthony Vaccarello dress alongside hubby Tom Brady.
Steinfeld embraced the punk trend with her studded Donna Karan Atelier dress and slightly messy locks.
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.
Both sisters chose Rodarte, but the older Fanning lady wore a black gown with the cut-out trend of the season: side!
Our favorite funny lady Banks stunned in a gold Atelier Versace jacket-turned-mini-dress with sa weeping bouffant 'do and coordinating miniaudiere.
This over-the-top pop princess wore head-to-toe Dolce & Gabbana, and yes, that includes her crown.
Bosworth opted for pink in this patterned mini-dress from Balmain. The dress is not so punk, but that pink definitely is.
Beckinsale wore a pink-meets-red Alberta Ferretti gown with black strappy sandals and an elongated up-do.
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!
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.
Lively looked uber-glam in this Gucci gown, classic ponytail, and mega-jeweled earrings.
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.
The singer and fashion favorite wore a long-sleeved, partially sheer Givenchy gown. The black shade makes her signature red hair stand out beautifully.
A far cry from Daisy Buchanan, Mulligan looked gorgeous in black Balenciaga and a clean, parted blonde 'do.
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.
The now crutches-less actress donned a burgundy Stella McCartney jumpsuit, simple heels, and an easy up-do.
Ora wore a white Thakoon dress and a pop of red lip, which looked seamless in tandem with her bleached blonde locks.
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.
Queen B completely took over that red carpet in a simply incredible Givenchy dress with matching gloves and sunkissed blonde locks.
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.
Greene looked insanely flawless in this dark gown with an embellished bodice and dramatic hair.
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!
Supermodel Kloss looked like something, or someone, from another era with darker hair, a detailed gown, and a magenta lip.
Williams favored an elongated LBD over a traditional punk get-up, though she did accessorize with a 19th century diamond tiara from Fred Leighton.
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.
Honestly, who else could pull off a Philip Treacy mohawk hairpiece besides SJP? We love how amazingly it goes with her Giles Deacon dress!
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.
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.