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Fashion photos of the week: Beyoncé, Anne Hathaway go punk at the MET Gala

Stars showed off rockin' frocks at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit celebrating "PUNK: Chaos to Couture" on Monday, May 6, 2013 in New York.

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Singer Beyonce Knowles, who co-chaired the event, wore Givenchy at The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute gala benefit on in New York.

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Is Baroque...punk? You be the judge.

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Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence, the face of Dior, chose a bold and edgy look (we jest). Although we dig the spiked heels.

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Fashion designer Valentino Garavani poses with Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway -- in Valentino, of course. Love the short hair cut, and the new platinum colour.

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One day after her music video shoot in Florida was shut down due to gunshots fired nearby, singer Jennifer Lopez looks fierce in this leopard print.

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Madonna may have forgotten her pants, and this is probably insane, but she is OWNING IT.

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Pop star Psy missed the memo.

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Professional golfer Tiger Woods and girlfriend, Olympic champion skier Lindsey Vonn, played it safe as they hit the red carpet for the first time as a couple.

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Singer Miley Cyrus played up her youth and edgy style.

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Singer Katy Perry, wearing Dolce&Gabanna, tweeted earlier in the evening that she was channeling, “OG queen of PUNK, JOAN of ARC!”

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Actress Rooney Mara in Givenchy.

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Vogue editor and fashion queen Anna Wintour co-chaired the event, which she apparently thought was a garden party. No matter, she’s still hard core.

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