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Sarah Jessica Parker Suffers Wardrobe Malfunction at the 2013 MET Ball

May 7, 2013 (9:35 am) GMT
The 'Sex and The City' actress accidentally shows her lacy underwear while parting her ballgown for pictures.
Sarah Jessica Parker

suffered wardrobe malfunction when attending the 2013 MET Ball on Monday, May 6 at the Metropolitan Museum of Arts. The 48-year-old actress accidentally flashed her black lacy knickers when pulling up her Giles Deacon ballgown to highlight her legs in a pair of thigh-high Louis Vuitton plaid boots.

To comply with this year's theme, Punk: Chaos To Couture, Parker donned a gold Mohawk-shaped headpiece by Philip Treacy, which caught 's attention. Lawrence and Parker then laughed when the "" actress touched the headdress.

Parker completed her look with a large diamond necklace and matching earrings. She looked natural as she wore her black-rimmed eyes and went with nude-colored lipstick.

Also attending the event was . The pop singer went all-out in a Givenchy blazer with ripped fishnet, a studded collar, waist belt and a black fringed bob haircut. Meanwhile, stepped out in a fishnet dress with her hair shaped in spikes.

Stars like , , , , , , , , and were also among the famous faces who channeled their inner rock stars in their best punk-inspired outfits.

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