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At Monday night’s Met Gala, guests are expected to wear ensembles that evoke the theme of this year’s Met Costume Institute exhibition — PUNK: Chaos to Couture.

Earlier this week, Dukes of Melrose star Cameron Silver told the New York Times that “no one has a clue” what to wear to the punk-themed ball. “We keep running into the same problem, which is that rich women don’t want to look punk, or grunge,” Silver, who owns the Decades vintage and consignment boutique in L.A. said of the difficulty he’s had outfitting his wealthy clientele for the big night. “Not that many women want to look like Nancy Spungen.”

For celebrities, finding the perfect punk-inspired ensemble starts with a designer fairy godmother — or godfather, as the case may be.

Will someone wear the Versace safety-pin dress made famous by Elizabeth Hurley and, later, Lady Gaga? Will Gwyneth Paltrow send her team out to find a razor so she can shave her… head and show up with a mohawk? Will Elizabeth Banks come as Effie Trinket? Will Kanye West bring Kim Kardashian? (That last question has nothing to do with fashion, but it had to be asked.)

A list of the designers and their celebrity dates posted yesterday by The Hollywood Reporter may offer some clues. Click on to see who will be escorting — and therefore probably dressing — stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Nicki Minaj, Psy, Jennifer Lopez, and more stars to the Oscars of Fashion.

Here are the celeb and designer pairs that are expected to pop up on this year’s Met gala:

• Valentino is taking Gwyneth Paltrow

• Dior is taking Jennifer Lawrence and Marion Cotillard

• Joseph Altuzarra is taking Allison Williams

• Michael Kors is taking Jennifer Lopez

• Diane Von Furstenberg is taking Emma Roberts

• Alexander Wang is taking Julianne Moore for Balenciaga

• Tommy Hilfiger is hosting at his table Debbie Harry, Nicki Minaj, Zooey Deschanel, Lily Aldridge, screenwriter Jamie Linden, manager Jason Weinberg, musician Marky Ramone with wife Marion, actress Thalia Mottola, music executive Tommy Mottola, and Kings of Leon lead vocalist Caleb Followill

• Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy are taking Elle and Dakota Fanning

• Brian Atwood is taking Elizabeth Banks

• Christopher Kane is taking Stella Tennant

• Nina Ricci’s Peter Copping is taking Carolyn Murphy

• Tory Burch is taking Jessica Alba and Ginnifer Goodwin

• Topshop is taking Jaime King and Julianne Hough

• Kenzo and Opening Ceremony’s Humberto Leon and Carol Lim are taking Solange Knowles

• Anthony Vaccarello is taking Gisele Bundchen

• Riccardo Tisci is taking fellow co-chair Rooney Mara

• Burberry is taking Sienna Miller

• Peter Pilotto is taking Brooklyn Decker

• Samsung is taking Psy

• Saint Laurent is taking Greta Gerwig

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