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May 08, 2013  | by: Rebecca Giampolo
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If you thought the good girl gone bad girl gone punk movement ended with Miley Cyrus – think again. Thanks to the Chaos to Couture punk theme at the 2013 Costume Institute Gala in New York on May 6th, many celebrities embraced their inner Vivienne Westwood. Even Sarah Jessica Parker strayed from the feminen image she previously acquired from her beloved Sex and the City character, Carrie Bradshaw.

Parker walked out on the red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art dressed to the 9′s (and at 90 degree angles). Her punk rock gown was created by designer Giles Deacon, who made a trip down to NYC to personally “cut” Parker’s dress to her liking.

Although the 48-year-old actress was dressed like a punk, she was acting more like a diva. “We asked Mr. Louboutin to make these boots as a nod to the sort of plaid/flannel we think of when we think about that particular period,” Parker told Vogue.com referring to the plaid thigh-high boots she paired with her already customized dress.

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To top it all off (literally) Parker put her own spin on the timeless mohawk hairstyle. She rocked a gold spiked headdress that is almost as dangerous on as it is off. The attention-grabbing headwear was designed by Philip Treacy, and it was no overnight project. Treacy spent many weeks prior to the event perfecting the creation, and as if Parker wasn’t already prestine from head-to-Louboutin-toe, this personalized mohawk had her feeling “fortunate,” as she told Vogue.com.

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