Celebs Do Halloween in Freaky, Macabre and Revealing Costumes

Hollywood knows how to do Halloween … it’s like they’ve got a sixth sense for this based on the outlandish 2018 costumes. Celebs were in the mood to throw on their best getups for tons of Halloween parties this year … like Christina Milian getting…

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Karl Lagerfeld Designs Chanel Costumes for ‘Boléro’ Pas de Deux

COSTUME PARTY: There’s no slowing perennial overachiever Karl Lagerfeld, who has designed two Chanel costumes for the pas de deux of “Bolero,” which will be performed by Diana Vishneva, prima ballerina of the Mariinsky Ballet, and Aurélie Dupont, director of dance at the Paris Opera Ballet, at the latter company’s opening gala at the Palais Garnier on Thursday night.
The performance will be part of a new entry into the repertory of the Paris Opera Ballet: “Decadance” by Ohad Naharin, one of the world’s foremost contemporary choreographers, as a one-shot special appearance.
“Ravel’s ‘Boléro’ has always been one of my most favorite pieces of music in the world,” Lagerfeld said. “It was the first classical record I bought when I was 16 years old.”
Dupont said that after weeks of rehearsing for a show, “where we work on the positions and reflect on the role, putting on the costume allows us to completely metamorphose, to embody a role.”
“The costume is the finishing touch that allows you to become the character,” she added.
Opening with the presentation of the Ballet Corps — a tradition established by Serge Lifar, a friend of Gabrielle Chanel — where the opera dancers will parade to “La Marche des Troyens” by

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Most adults who plan on celebrating Halloween will likely do it this coming weekend, when it’ll be slightly more acceptable to walk around dressed like a cartoon character under the influence of alcohol than it would be, say, next Tuesday night.

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Sports Stars’ Hot Bod Halloween: Sick Costumes from Floyd Mayweather & More

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Maria Grazia Chiuri Designs Costumes for Guggenheim Dance Performance

When “Falls the Shadow,” a new dance production commissioned by Works & Process and created by American Ballet Theatre principal Daniil Simkin, debuts in the famous rotunda of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York on Sept. 4, the dancers will be wearing costumes specially designed for the performance by Maria Grazia Chiuri of Dior.
To some extent, the rotunda is where the design process began, nearly a year prior, when Chiuri cochaired the Guggenheim International Gala, hosted by Dior. “Basically, we approached Maria Grazia at the gala,” said Simkin. “Obviously Dior was the primary fashion house we wanted to work with.”
The choreography and staging required special considerations, as “Falls the Shadow” will be performed in the rotunda with the audience standing on the ramps surrounding it for an aerial view. Additionally, the dancers’ movements will be captured in real-time by motion sensors, generating 3-D, mapped projections on the rotunda to connect technology, music, fashion and dance.
Chiuri attended a rehearsal in New York and Simkin and the production team sent her videos of the choreography and 3-D mapping to give her an idea of what the costumes would require. “What’s special about the piece is that it’s going to be

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Kylie Jenner And Nicky Hilton Wore Some Pretty Offensive Halloween Costumes This Year

Well, there’s always someone who shows up to a Halloween party in a racist or offensive costume — this year it was Kylie Jenner and Nicky Hilton. 

On Saturday, Jenner shared a video of herself decked out in her “Eskimo” costume that she wore to a party on Friday night. Never mind the fact that “Eskimo” is generally considered a slur, the Inuit and Alaska Natives are real people, not costumes. 

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 While the 18-year-old later switched up the caption on another photo to “Snow Princess,” we’re not buying it.  Someone probably should have told Jenner she would have been better off dressing as the vampire zombie she plays in Tyga’s “Dope’d Up” video.

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Meanwhile, Nicky Hilton apparently learned nothing from the time her sister Paris attended a Halloween party at the Playboy mansion dressed as a “sexy Indian.” The younger Hilton sister also doesn’t seem to care that Native Americans and First Nations are real people with a real culture and therfore not a costume, because she turned up to the Casamigos Tequila Halloween Party on Friday night in this:

For more racist Halloween costumes you’ll want to avoid this year, next year and all future Halloween parties, click here if you don’t have the common sense not to offend people already. 

 

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Kylie Jenner And Nicky Hilton Wore Some Pretty Offensive Halloween Costumes This Year

Well, there’s always someone who shows up to a Halloween party in a racist or offensive costume — this year it was Kylie Jenner and Nicky Hilton. 

On Saturday, Jenner shared a video of herself decked out in her “Eskimo” costume that she wore to a party on Friday night. Never mind the fact that “Eskimo” is generally considered a slur, the Inuit and Alaska Natives are real people, not costumes. 

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 While the 18-year-old later switched up the caption on another photo to “Snow Princess,” we’re not buying it.  Someone probably should have told Jenner she would have been better off dressing as the vampire zombie she plays in Tyga’s “Dope’d Up” video.

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Meanwhile, Nicky Hilton apparently learned nothing from the time her sister Paris attended a Halloween party at the Playboy mansion dressed as a “sexy Indian.” The younger Hilton sister also doesn’t seem to care that Native Americans and First Nations are real people with a real culture and therfore not a costume, because she turned up to the Casamigos Tequila Halloween Party on Friday night in this:

For more racist Halloween costumes you’ll want to avoid this year, next year and all future Halloween parties, click here if you don’t have the common sense not to offend people already. 

 

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27 Totally ’90s Costumes That Are All That. Walkman Optional

“Clueless.” “The Sandlot.” Kurt Cobain. You really think there’s a decade with more costume-worthy pop culture than the ’90s? As if!

What better way to make a splash on the Halloween scene this year than with a get-up inspired by the 10 years that were definitely da bomb? Luckily for you, we’ve rounded up 27 costumes to bring you and your friends back to the supafly decade. 

From Salt-N-Pepa to a Got Milk? advertisement, these ideas are better than your favorite pogs, Lunchables and Lisa Frank designs — combined.

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Halloween is a great opportunity to get creative. If your children wear glasses, why not incorporate their frames into their costumes?

Many famous literary characters, pop culture icons and even superheroes wear glasses (or at least their secret identities do).

Here are 19 Halloween costume ideas for kids who wear glasses. Admittedly many of the glasses in these photos are likely not prescription, but if your child wears a cool pair of frames for impaired vision, these costumes could be a great way to incorporate them.

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Channeling French Girl Cool on Broadway: The Story of the Costumes for Tony Favorite An American in Paris

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There is a powerful moment in the first act of Christopher Wheeldon’s Tony-nominated reimagining of An American in Paris, when the full dance company converges on stage, postwar customers and shop girls of the city’s iconic Galeries Lafayette. Amid the swirl of perfume bottles and bolts of vendeuse toile, arranged somehow imperceptibly in a row at the proscenium edge, there bursts forth a tableau of models posed down to the gloved fingertip, almost exactly like the iconic John French photograph of Christian Dior’s 1947 New Look collection. That was Mr. Dior’s clarion call to women for a return to beauty and femininity in a beleaguered city aching to rediscover its glory—on Wheeldon’s stage, the sight makes for a message equally as important to the lovelorn characters of this new production, widely considered a top contender for this year’s Best Musical Award.



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An American in Paris carries with it a long, beloved history, of course, based on George Gershwin’s work of the same name, and made classic in the Vincente Minelli film version starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron. To create his own vision of a liberated Paris, Wheeldon enlisted Broadway veteran Bob Crowley for the sets and costumes to tell the story of Lise, a young dancer played by Leanne Cope, and American GI painter Jerry Mulligan (Robert Fairchild).

Crowley’s efforts this season have garnered an impressive four Tony nominations: two for the set and costume design for An American in Paris, one for the sets in Skylight, and another for the Cheever-esque getups worn by Helen Mirren in The Audience.



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It is the idea of the Parisian woman, her confidence and ease in dressing, at that moment in her history that the costume designer so masterfully captures in his clothes, through the sculptured formality of the Dior silhouettes as well as Lise’s swingy skirts and dresses. “They just have it for free and it’s like it’s in the water they drink. I don’t know what it is,” says Crowley, when asked to speculate on just what “it” is about the enviable timeless cool of French style. “We have to work so hard at it, but they don’t.”

For him the true challenge was merging that elusive quality with the choreography of the show. “I can’t remember the last time there was this much ballet on Broadway and I think people are finding it really refreshing,” Crowley says.



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To get the right movement in the garment, so necessary for the dancers, Crowley looked to the synthetic fabrics that were just coming out at the time. “There was a lot of rayon. You know, that manmade fabric was coming through from the thirties, and that moves brilliantly as opposed to wool or a serge or tweed or anything like that. So all the fabrics move really, really beautifully.” The way Crowley’s nimble designs flicker on Cope’s birdlike body is a careful study in lightness and freedom, much like the hopes of Paris at the time, which was rediscovering itself after the darkness of the occupation, set to Gershwin’s music, written a full decade before the war.

The collaboration of director and costumer proved a perfect match as well. Wheeldon, a dancer who also choreographed the show, was acutely aware of the way the costumes would function on a dancer’s body, the flourishes and punctuation it can add to the choreography. Says Crowley: “I would show him [Wheeldon] the shapes and I would say, is there enough fabric in this skirt? Can she do everything in this?” Which, of course, is the true test of Parisian style.



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New York comedian and cabaret star Bridget Everett has been praised for her “dark, savage humor” and “outsize attitude,” but critical to her devil-may-care persona is a sassy, almost Grecian wardrobe that often leaves little to the imagination.

It makes perfect sense, then, that the man behind Everett’s slinky looks is very much a visual artist and a performer in his own right. Larry Krone, a 45-year-old native Midwesterner who’s been dubbed an “alt-couturier,” has been styling singers and dancers for some time, including Adrienne Truscott, Kathleen Hanna and Neal Medlyn (also known as Champagne Jerry). Everett, however, has been a critical muse when it came to establishing the House of Larréon, Krone’s line of custom gowns and stage costumes, in 2010.

Even though he began creating Western-inspired costumes for his own performances through Larry Krone BRAND in 1997, Krone shrugs off the traditional “fashion designer” label when it comes to his own work. Noting that a House of Larréon ensemble involves “poor taste, at least to some degree,” Krone said, “Labels creep me out and trends seem so silly. So much of the time I see clothes by designers that look so silly that I figure they must be in on the joke, but then I realize it’s completely [not] ironic.”

On April 14, Joe’s Pub at New York’s Public Theater hosted a benefit concert that will subsidize the production of Look Book, Krone’s forthcoming art book which features photography by Todd Oldham. The event included a fashion show as well as live performances by Everett, Champagne Jerry and others.

The Huffington Post chatted with Krone over email about his design work, the Manhattan nightlife scene and his hopes for the new book.

Why did the timing feel right for a book now?
I feel like there is a moment happening right now. A lot of it has to do with Bridget Everett and Joe’s Pub. I was making costumes for a long time, but joining forces with Bridget and starting House of Larréon is what has brought me all this attention and encouraged so much cross-pollination among my different performing friends and me. The clothes and the photos in the book tell a story about this exciting creative time and place that is my world right now.

Larry Krone, Neal Medlyn, Becca Blackwell and Jim Andralis in various “Underwear of Many Colors.”

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How would you describe the signature House of Larréon look to someone who wasn’t familiar with your work?
I started it as a joke on fashion with many of the earliest pieces, teaching myself rudimentary Grecian draping using see-through, glittery spandex. I love imagining that the person wearing them is convinced that they are wearing the most sophisticated, elegant gown even though you could basically wear it to go swimming in. But the joke is often on me, because when Bridget puts on a Larréon and the lights hit her, and her beautiful voice comes out, it does create something legitimately glamorous if I do say so myself.

What do you think separates your work apart from others in the fashion industry?

It’s funny to call it an industry, for one thing. I don’t think any of us downtown costume guys approach it that way at all, though I would love for this to start to make me more money! Maybe one thing that separates what I do from others is that I sincerely have no interest in the fashion industry.

“Maybe one thing that separates what I do from others is that I sincerely have no interest in the fashion industry.”

I always joke with Bridget that we at House of Larréon love to latch onto a trend exactly at the moment when it has gasped its last breath. Even with all the silliness, though, I must say that the bottom line is that the person wearing it should look and feel gorgeous and confident. I bet this is the same with most of the other designers. One of my favorites is Machine Dazzle and what he does for Taylor Mac and the Dazzle Dancers.

Bridget Everett in “Zebra Mama,” with baby Olivia in “Zebra Baby.”

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How have you seen New York’s downtown scene shift since you first introduced the Larry Krone BRAND in 1997?
It has shifted a lot! I used to design clothes just for me and my family act which started as a conceptual art project disguised as a country-western music review. My only audience was the art world: galleries, museums, fairs, etc. When I wanted to branch out and test the waters outside of that world, I imagined getting booked in a burlesque show as one of the straight musical acts between the fan dances or whatever. That didn’t really make sense for me, but I thought it was my only option because burlesque seemed to be dominating the scene.

Everyone is pretty much supportive of each other in the big scene, but my actual “scene” is just a tight group of real actual friends who hang out together and are always looking for ways to do stuff together.

Your work really represents the intersection of fashion and nightlife. Is there still a space for this in New York’s rapidly changing downtown scene?
When I think of New York nightlife, the images that comes to mind are those black-and-white photos from the ’70s of Studio 54. Everything is flash-lit and overexposed, and everyone is either wearing Halston or some homemade ensemble thrown together to show off their tits or whatever other body part. This is where I’m coming from. That nightlife hasn’t existed for ages, but if you can feel it in what you’re wearing, then maybe you can bring it to wherever you go in the clothes.

This will sound cliché, but my own personal nightlife consists of seeing my friends’ shows when I can, and otherwise sitting around my house drinking and eating with my husband Jim and our friends. So that Studio 54 thing is an admitted total fantasy from beginning to end!

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Which current artist or performer, in New York or otherwise, would you most like to create a look for?
Nobody could be more perfect for me than Bridget. So many of the clothes come from my reaction to and interpretation of what she does onstage combined with my love for her as a person. But I wouldn’t turn Dolly Parton away. Or Gloria Steinem. Or NY 1’s Donna Karger. Or Tonya Pinkins.

I’m really dying to make something for Lauren Tewes. I’ve been watching reruns of the “Love Boat” recently, and I have become a born-again fan. It would be fun to bring some of that Julie McCoy sass and glamour to Ms. Tewes today.

What do you hope readers and viewers take away most from your book?
I think the desire of most artists is to be seen. This is a chance for people to step back from the fun and craziness of experiencing these clothes in the moment when they are onstage and really see what I do. Plus how it all fits together. And how it might fit in with the rest of my practice as a visual artist, musician, and performer myself.

“I think the desire of most artists is to be seen.”

I also hope that it creates a little romance about New York and the artistic community that I’m giving a little peek of here. I like to imagine seeing this book as a teenager in St. Louis where I grew up and being completely overwhelmed with the desire to move to New York and be a part of something like this.

What’s next for Larry Krone?
I’m hoping that this benefit at Joe’s will raise the money I need to print the book! Once it is in the can, I’m looking forward to devoting a lot more time to being creative again in the artist’s studio as well as in the House of Larréon atélier and songwriting den, which are all actually the same place — my East Village apartment. I’ll also be doing the Afterglow Festival in Provincetown this September.

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