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Miley Cyrus has been building her punk sartorial cred for a while now, so it’s no surprise she dressed 100% for the Met Gala theme of ‘PUNK: Chaos to Couture’ in New York City on Monday.

Miley vamped it up in a look from Marc Jacobs Fall 2013. Her long-sleeved black mesh gown and nude underpinning was a straight shot ode to the punk era.

Theme aside, the style was very Miley–mostly edgy with a hint of sex appeal. The dress grazed over her curves for a sexy, yet covered feel.

Clearly dedicated to the punk style, I love that Miley went for the theme, but I wish she had just taken a step back with her hair. The spiky ‘do is a bit over the top and I’d much prefer to see her red lip paired with deep side part and slicked back strands.

How do you feel about Miley’s overtly punk hair style?

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Marc Jacobs PJ Trend

Marc Jacobs was in London last night to celebrate 30 years of Diet Coke; the event also served to announce the designer as the new creative director of the brand.

The designer wore his fourth PJ-inspired look in a row, which featured the signature stripes from his Spring 2013 collection.

Marc also sported PJs when he took his bow at Marc by Marc Jacobs, Marc Jacobs and again at Louis Vuitton.

Has your worst fear been realised? Is Marc bringing the PJ trend back?

I remember you hated (with a burning passion) the first time this look became a trend.

This look worked when Ryan Gosling sported a PJ-syle look during Cannes, but of course this trend would work with the French Riviera in the background.

Can you see this trend taking off as a menswear trend in Hollywood? If so, who would work it best?

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Kim Yubi In Marc Jacobs - 'The Virus' Seoul Press Conference

Kim Yubin from the Wonder Girls was in Seoul, South Korea last week attending the press conference for the thriller ‘The Virus’, which sees the star making her acting debut.

The pop star also worked the Spring 2013 black-and-white trend, wearing a Marc Jacobs striped dress.

Her ultra-mini dress, which she’s wearing with black hot pants, was styled with a pair of Theyskens’ Theory wedges with a criss-cross detail.

A simple ponytail and glossy lips completed her look.

Do you like this look or would you have preferred it if the pants were more visible?

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Marc Jacobs Front Row

The Marc Jacobs Fall 2013 show took place on Thursday evening after being pushed back from its usual Monday slot, with a host of celebs decked out in the Spring 2013 MJ stripes.

Miley Cyrus: The singer/actress showed off her well-toned (and documented) abs wearing a cute red Mickey Mouse crop top with a pleated red-and-white striped skirt. Rocking a spiked hairdo and bright-red lip colour, she carried a black-and-white geometric-print clutch and wore simple black Jean-Michel Cazabat ‘Emma’ pumps. She was the main attraction this fashion week. Unlike some *coughs-Vanessa Hudgens-coughs* she was very polite to everyone who spoke to her.

Jessica Stam: The model hosted the pre-show event on MJTV wearing a striped three-button suit. The look has quite a conservative flair, with a bright-red tote and cute bow-front heels adding a youthful touch to the look.

Christina Ricci: The actress didn’t follow the black-top-black-bra rule and as a result the harsh flash photography exposes her nude bra under her black-and-white striped crop top, which is a shame because I love her look, which included white pumps and a black-and-white striped clutch.

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Alicia Keys made a guest appearance on Late Night With David Letterman on Tuesday night where she talked to the host about her family and Christmas.

The singer then went on to set the Ed Sullivan Theater stage ‘On Fire’ with a soul-baring performance of her hit song on Tuesday night which brought the 2012 season of ‘Live On Letterman’ to a conclusion.

She opened the show with ‘New Day’, before going on to perform a reggae mash-up of her new track ‘Limitedless’, ‘You Don’t Know My Name’, her current track ‘ Girl On Fire’ and the epic ‘Empire State of Mind’, much to the crowd’s delight.

Alicia’s voice wasn’t the only thing to stand out.

The singer was dressed in a bright-yellow Marc Jacobs Resort 2013 ensemble with blue sequin stripes on both the crew-neck sweater and knit pencil skirt.

Vanity Fair’s best-dressed woman of the year followed the number one rule of wearing a crop top by wearing a high-waisted skirt to cover her stomach.

The look was completed with gold pointy pumps.

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Following her book signing last week, Kate Moss joined Florence Welch and many other celebs at a party hosted by Marc Jacobs at 50 St. James in London to celebrate the launch of ‘Kate: The Kate Moss Book’ by Rizzoli New York.

The model is known to write her own rules style-wise, so I wasn’t surprised to discover that she’d worn this Marc Jacobs Fall 2010 gold lamé gown backwards.

The question is, did Kate intend to do an Angelina, or was she simply confused as to what was the front and what was the back of this gown?

It would be an easy mistake to make considering the gown has a v-front and v-back.

Tousled tresses, smoky eyes, a black shoulder bag and gold jewels completed her look.

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