See The Wild Halloween Costumes Models, Designers, and Stylists Wore This Year
Marc Jacobs, Cindy Crawford, and other fashion royalty went all out for the spooky holiday.
Designers, stylists, and models play dress-up all year long. So if anyone knows how to do it up for a costume party, it's this set. As our treat to you, here's a look at how the world's most fashion-forward folks dressed for Halloween this year.
Marc Jacobs was hardly recognizable as a female bodybuilder he named "Stacie." But, like Marc, Stacie has good taste: she had her nails done by fashion's favorite nail artist, Jin Soon Choi. And, the legendary Pat McGrath helped her out with makeup.
The Project Runway alum did a couple's costume with his new husband—and the duo did not skimp on pattern. "We are your midnight hallucination," Christian captioned a pic. Well, that beats your average cat or witch.
Victoria's Secret Angel Martha Hunt channeled Michelle Pfeiffer's sexy Scarface character, Elvira Hancock. She even called in help from a pro stylist, Lindsay Kate Grosswendt.
Lisa Rinna's model daughter made a perfectly provocative devil. "Didn't even have to dress up for Halloween," she cheekily captioned a snap.
The stylist and fashion designer dressed as Edie Sedgwick; her husband Rodger Berman completed the theme with an Andy Warhol getup.
The duo's sons, Sky and Kaius, made perfectly convincing (and adorable) "batboys."
Rachel's former protégé Brad Goreski topped his Lady Gaga costume with the singer's new signature accessory: a baby-pink, wide-brim hat. Riffing off Lady G's new album Joanne, the stylist named his look "JoManne."
She may be an Angel IRL, but Taylor Hill certainly didn't dress like one for this weekend's spooky parties. We're especially freaked out by those bloody horns.
Alessandra smoldered as a sparkly Jessica Rabbit.
She sealed the look with a glittering, ruby-red kiss.
As Holly Golightly, Lily Aldridge did justice to a classic costume. She even toted along a coffee cup and breakfast in a bag, making the look extra authentic to the Breakfast at Tiffany's film. Anyone else have a powerful urge to hear Moon River?
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