Gisele Bundchen, Kirsten Dunst and Emma Watson: Whose Met Gala Dress Was Skimpiest?

Celebrity Style May. 7, 2013 AT 9:00AM
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Let's hope the Brazilian got a Brazilian! Gisele Bundchen left little to the imagination during the Costume Institute Gala in New York City May 6, which celebrated the opening of the Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The supermodel wore a slinky Anthony Vacarello mini -- and no underwear! The 31-year-old stunner and mother of two completed her look with side-swept waves and David Yurman jewelry.

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Though Kirsten Dunst's Louis Vuitton gown provided more coverage than Bundchen's LBD, it was equally as eye-catching. The Bachelorette actress' dress featured ombre feathering on the skirt and a plunging neckline that exposed both sides of Dunst's breasts. The 31-year-old kept her hair and makeup simple, opting for loose waves and a coral lip.

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The Bling Ring's Emma Watson embraced her inner vixen by donning a midriff-baring Prabal Gurung number. The silk crepe satin gown featured cut-outs and a thigh-high slit. The 23-year-old actress topped off her look with a simple bun and Fred Leighton earrings.

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Other celebrities who turned heads on the red carpet included pregnant Kim Kardashian (Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci), Jennifer Lopez (Michael Kors), Kristen Stewart (Stella McCartney), Katy Perry (Dolce & Gabbana), Anne Hathaway (Valentino), Katie Holmes (Calvin Klein), Jessica Biel (Giambattista Valli), Taylor Swift (J. Mendel), Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (Gucci), Miley Cyrus (Marc Jacobs), Sarah Jessica Parker (Giles Deacon), Gwen Stefani (Maison Martin Margiela) and Jessica Alba (Tory Burch).

Click here to view the live stream (+ archived version) of the 2013 Met Gala on Vogue.com.

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