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No future

The Met Gala is celebrating the Punk culture this year. It’s not the easiest theme to explore, between rebellion and visionary, borned at the end of the 70’s in London, Punk is still omnipresent nowadays: piercings, tattoos and partial shaved hair entered the fashion zone and are no longer adopted by marginals only. The fact that classic institutions are getting out of their comfort zone and dedicating this major fashion event  (equivalent of the Oscars for fashion) to the extreme movement is honestly a bowl of fresh air and make the ceremony even more expected. Some images might be disturbing but it’s also part of the fun no?! Oh and I couldn’t resist to include Miss Miley Cyrus looking sexier than ever in the new issue of V magazine…

Singer and Actress Nina Hagen circa 1970
Singer and Actress Nina Hagen circa 1970
Nina Hagen (image courtesy of life magazine)
Nina Hagen (image courtesy of life magazine)
Designer Vivienne Westwood 1976
Designer Vivienne Westwood 1976
The Sex Pistols
The Sex Pistols
The Sex Pistols
The Sex Pistols
Blondie band
Blondie band
The Runaways circa 1970
The Runaways circa 1970
Siouxsie Sioux
Siouxsie Sioux
Punk icon Soo Catwoman
Punk icon Soo Catwoman
Soo Catwoman
Soo Catwoman

punk

Agyness Denn Voogue Germany March 2011 issue
Agyness Deyn Vogue Germany March 2011 issue
Alice Dellal (photography by Karim Sadli)
Alice Dellal (photography by Karim Sadli)
Jessica Stam Rodarte SS13 show
Jessica Stam Rodarte SS13 show
Miley Cyrus in V Magazine Issue 83
Miley Cyrus for V Magazine Issue 83
Rooney Mara as the Girl with a Dragon Tattoo, here for W magazine
Rooney Mara as the Girl with a Dragon
Tattoo, here for W magazine
Versace Fall 13
Versace Fall 13 (image from style.com)
Saint Laurent Fall 13 (image from style.com)
Saint Laurent Fall 13 (image from style.com)

The ceremony will be live streamed on May 6th

Please visit vogue.com or the Met website for more information