No wonder she changed so quickly! Kristen Stewart leads fashion miss list at Met Gala and swaps couture for jeans at aftershow
18:05 GMT, 8 May 2012
Kristen Stewart epitomises the face every teenage tomboy pulls when their mother makes them wear a dress.
The Twilight actress looked a little uncomfortable at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's annual ball last night, remaining in her gown for less time than it takes to say 'Bite me, Edward'.
The 22-year-old harped back to the Eighties in her Balenciaga dress by Nicolas Ghesquiere, complete with a strapless snakeskin bodice and colour-block panels on the skirt.
Fashion miss: Kristen Stewart went Eighties in strapless snakeskin and colour-block Balenciaga dress
Can't wait to change: Kristen Stewart was clearly uncomfortable in haute couture, changing for the aftershow
Kristen polished off the look with some rather bizarre white strapped shoes that resembled bandaged feet.
However, obviously uncomfortable with
her wardrobe choice, the young actress was later spotted in her trusty
jeans and black leather jacket as she headed for the aftershow.
Lampshade chic: Elizabeth Banks opted for a very unusual creation in her Mary Katrantzoue dress
However, she wasn't alone in her unusual choice of outfit.
Elizabeth Banks threatened to top the list in a kooky Mary Katrantzou dress.
The metallic gown had a flared centre piece which unfortunately for The Hunger Games actress, resembled a lampshade floating around her middle.
Over the top: Christina Ricci looked like a Christmas present wrapped up with her giant bow
Meanwhile, Christina Ricci ended up looking like a Christmas present, all wrapped up in a giant bow.
Though her pale pink and black Thakoon number fit her like a glove, the huge fanned shoulder overpowered her tiny frame.
At least her Tiffany & Co. jewels and simple black patent heels added a bit of conservative drama to the ensemble.
Tangerine nightmare: Eva Mendes and Kirsten Dunst clashed with the red carpet in their orange creations
Meanwhile, although they deserve credit for straying from the norm, Eva Mendes and Kirsten Dunst made the ultimate fashion faux pas by clashing with the red carpet.
The girls opted for a tangerine dream which ended in a nightmare.
Training Day beauty Eva appeared to have stumbled on the last dress in the shop with her unflattering large beaded bustier which did little to accentuate her exotic looks.
Gothic: Marion Cotillard opted for a grungy look with her black bustier and purple chiffon dress
And The Virgin Suicides star Kirsten looked far older than her 30 years in old school styling.
Marion Cotillard wore a dress that
Kristen Stewart should probably have worn instead, stepping out in a grungy
black bustier and purple chiffon garment more akin to an angsty teenager
at their prom.
Boy Don't Cry star Chloe Sevigny bravely tried a quirky mirrored dress with silver pirate shoes, but perhaps should have stuck with the more traditional LBD.
What happened to playing it safe in black Chloe Sevigny and Mary-Kate Olsen bring a new meaning to the LBD
Her black underwear was peeping
through, although the kooky outfit was in contrast to her very basic
hairstyling and lack of make-up.
Granny chic obsessive Mary-Kate Olsen also rocked an all-black ensemble, but typically her look was rather unconventional.
The Californian covered every inch of skin as she appeared to have been wrapped up in satin duvet sheets.
Floral nightmare: Sarah Jessica Parker appeared to be wearing grandmother's curtains
Go back to the drawing board! Alexa Chung and Chanel Iman should consider sacking the stylists
The usually-stylish Sarah Jessica
Parker would have left alter ego Carrie Bradshaw crying into her
Starbucks as she arrived in what can only be described as a curtain.
And even British trendsetter Alexa Chung failed to impress in a Marc Jacobs leather bin liner.
Model Chanel Iman appeared to have taken inspiration from Bjork's infamous swan dress, slipping into a white feathered garment which unfortunately detracted from her beautiful face.
Look at me! Florence Welch was no shrinking flower in her giant Alexander McQueen number
Florence Welch proved she is no shrinking violet as she practically needed a red carpet of her own.
The flame-haired singer opted for a
giant Alexander McQueen snowflake ensemble, which would have looked more
at home on the set of Muriel's Wedding than the elite Schiaparelli and Prada 'Impossible Conversations' Costume Institute Gala in New York City.
At least the Howl songbird had people talking – which model Coco Rocha and M.I.A. managed too.
The girls appeared to have been left behind in the Eighties with garish out-of-date looks.
What era are you in Coco Rocha and M.I.A. get it wrong in out-of-date garish Eighties designs