Moda Operandi
Punk Collection

MOSCHINO tartan plaid suit 



Online luxury retailer Moda Operandi have released a Punk

collection to celebrate The Met’s ‘Punk: Chaos to Couture’

exhibition, featuring limited edition pieces by the likes of

Givenchy, Balmain and Dolce & Gabbana.



To celebrate the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Punk:

Chaos to Couture exhibition, specialist online retailer

and sponsors of the retrospective, Moda Operandi,

have collaborated with some of the world’s biggest designers

 to create an exclusive Punk-inspired collection.    


The range, which brings established and vanguard designers

together, includes pieces by Balmain, Dolce & Gabbana,

Givenchy, MoschinoPrabal Gurung, Rodarte, Thom

Browne, Vivienne Westwood, Preen, Eddie Borgo,

House of Waris and Ek Thongpraset.


Each item pays homage to Punk whilst expertly defining

the balance between rebellion and refinement – Vivienne

Westwood fashion’s one of her trademark corsets in tartan,

while Givenchy sprinkles their dramatically dark offerings

in studs. Additionally, there’s one-of-a-kind customised

clothing and accessories, rare vintage fashion, art objects

and Punk-inspired jewellery from the likes of Tom Binns

and Solange Aazagury-Partridge.





VIVIENNE WESTWOOD  black & white dame dress



BALMAIN leather skirt






GIVENCHY jacket 




Tripp NYC black & red ripped sweater 




GIVENCHY chiffon and leather cape




EDDIE BORGO studded tee




NEW YORK VINTAGE black peacock mohawk




Dr MARTENS graffiti’d by Klughaus




CO-OP 87 The Ramones classic LP 12” X 10”




M’O X HERMÈS, Kelly graffiti’d by Haculla




FOUNDWELL customized vintage Cartier watch




LEE HUNTER black stadium 733 P-Bass

electric guitar by The Ramones




NICHOLAS KIRKWOOD studded tartan shoes








PRABAL GURUNG sunglasses










Liz Hurley in GIANNI VERSACE with Hugh Grant



The online luxury fashion retailer Moda Operandi will celebrate the

Met Museum’s upcoming punk exhibition, Punk: Chaos To Couture,

with a collection designed by 13 leading labels, including 

Dolce & Gabbana, Givenchy and Balmain. 



Each label will create an exclusive, limited edition piece that pays homage

to punk, from one-of-kind clothing to artworks. Other brands to participate are

 Prabal Gurung, Rodarte, Moschino, Tom Binns and Vivienne Westwood.

The range will launch on May 2.




Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibition preview GIANNI VERSACE




Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibition preview CHANEL 




Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibition preview RODARTE




Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibition preview  GIVENCHY