Fashion’s Big Night : MET GALA 2013

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Every year I wait with anxiety & eagerness for fashion’s biggest event. It’s like feast for hungry eyes when Hollywood’s finest come together to showcase some insanely good fashion. This year’s MET GALA “PUNK” theme was slightly tricky. It can easily go wrong and I am not at all a big fan of punk any which ways. However, these A Listers are on top of their game and we get to see some seriously A class Punk / grunge fashion. SJP, Cara Delevingne, Miley Cyrus, Anja Rubik show us how to do it in style & make it look sexy. Rest play it safe by just adding an accessory or two to go with the theme.

Thigh high slits, cut out pieces, sheer insets, plunging necklines, spikes, studs we saw it all. Accessories played a very important part in the look. From spiked clutches to studded heels, bracelets, head gears we saw some outrageous fashion & some of the celebs went hair crazy.

While some embraced the theme from head to toe there were others who stayed away and yet dazzled us like Gwyneth Paltrow’s fuschia pink gown or Blake Lively in a feather embroidered dress. On such a night where fashion takes center stage its difficult to whittle down the picks to just 10 or 15. However, I have tried my best to contain it to 15. Here we go

#15. 20s glamour & sophistication displayed by Jennifer Lawrence in this fit and flare DIOR gown with red lips & netted veil. Love the Brian Atwood spiky pumps




#14.  Rooney Mara did punk in Givenchy Haute Couture. The oxblood lips added to the drama


#13. Amanda Seyfried stayed away from punk theme & showed off her sexy back in a chiffon Givenchy


#12. Jennifer Lopez created drama with her hair and showed off her more than perfect bod in a custom made Michael Kors leopard sequin embroidered gown

 

 



#11. Olivia Wilde’s midriff baring Calvin Klein dress was hot!



#10.  I loved Kate Bosworth’s hot pink Balmain number. Addition points just for the color & the studded belt.



#9. Another Hot pink number but totally away from the theme. Gwyneth looked ravishing in this beautiful Valentino couture. Additional points for that sheer inset.



#8.  Ok Prabal Gurang needs to design something elese now. Enough with these black cut out pieces. We have seen them plenty but doesn’t take away the fact that Emma Watson looked super chic in it.

#7.  Miley Cyrus’ all out Mohawk caught my attention just in the manner she would have wanted.
#Jawdropped & look at that Marc Jacob’s dress fitting her like a glove. Awesome!!

 

#6.  Miranda Kerr does what she does best – dazzle us in this Michael Kors cut out dress.. The spiky Christian Louboutin clutch gave the desired punky edge.

#5.  I will do anything to get that body maybe kill her and get into her corpse. I mean just look at that body.  Gisele Bundchen does punk rock in style in an asymmetrical Anthony Vaccarello LBD with metal hook detailing
PS : Check out those sandals.. Pure Lust!!

#4.  How hot is Blake Lively!! Every bit of a Hollywood diva in this Gucci feather embroidered dress

#3. One of my favorite dresses of the evening was this fierce Red leather mini dress on Anja Rubik. Once again by Anthony Vaccarello.

 

#2. Punk means drama & drama it was as delivered by Sarah Jessica Parker in a Giles printed dress, Christian Louboutin boots. The feather in the hat was literally the Philip Treacy Feather piece on her head that made the statement. It’s a bit OTT for me but only SJP could have carried off this look

 

#1. If I were to do grunge glam I would do like Cara Delevingne. She is  my favorite look of the evening. This is punk with glam.  I loved the eyes which gave the desired effect needed for the look. Loved the dress, the clutch & the make up. All by Burberry. 2 Thumbs up from FUF.

 

 

Hope you liked my picks

FOR LAST YEAR’s event click MET GALA 2012

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