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- Charlotte Olympia x Tom Binns Punk Pandora in pink, $1,390
- Jennifer Behr Dinosaur Headband, $162
- Topshop East End Girls Leather Biker,
- Zana Bayne Necklace Harness in white, $185
- Deryk Todd Diamond Dogs Hat in black, $276 at Patricia Field
- Special Effects Semi-Permanent Hair Dye in bright as f#@! yellow, $12.99 at Ricky's
- Trash & Vaudevill Boot Strap, $28 each
- Valentino Shoulder Bag, $1,795
- Pucci Marquis bag in white, $1,255
- Fallon Classic Microspike Ring, $100
- Doctor Martens Spike in black, $350
- 3.1 Phillip Lim Cut-Up T-Shirt in black, $250
- Singer Saftey Pins, $3.19 at CVS
- Thom Browne re-constructed safety pin double breasted sportcoat with spikes in navy, $8,915 at Thom Browne New York, 100 Hudson Street, NY, NY
- Bliss Lau Zelda Bra in gunmetal, $395
- Trash & Vaudeville D Ring Chain Belt, $44
Fashion elite + Met Ball red carpet + Punk: From Chaos to Couture = ?!?!? We can't wait to see certain fashion folks channel (or ignore) the Costume Institute's exhibit as inspiration for tonight's gala. In preparation, we've rounded up sixteen punk pieces to infuse a little chaos and/or couture into your look.
From items we'll probably see tonight (like the Charlotte Olympia x Tom Binns clutch) to the super DIY (Singer safety pins from CVS), click through the gallery for punk-inspired pieces from low to high. Now sit back and watch the exhibit "inspire" 70% of the spring 2014 collections.
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