Each year, people get more and more creative with their Halloween looks. Our favourite celebrities are no exception. From pop culture moments and classic horror movie references to the most imaginative inspirations possible, here are our top picks from how the stars have dressed up for the occasion.
Demi Lovato as Pennywise
The Sorry Not Sorry singer channelled two looks for Halloween. First, as Marie Antoinette. But her glammed up Pennywise is what really stole the show, in our opinion. Nailing the look from the hair to the makeup to the prop balloon, she's really putting the 'It' in lit for Halloween.
Nina Dobrev and Lane Cheek as Chanel stage crasher escorted by Gigi Hadid
Talk about memorable celebrity moments parodied by other celebs. Nina Dobrev and her friend Lane Cheek decided to play it witty this year as comedian Marie S’Infiltre who crashed Paris Fashion Week's Chanel S/S 2020 runway and model Gigi Hadid who put a stop and escorted the stage crasher mid-walk respectively.
Ashley Graham as Jessica Rabbit
The Who Framed Roger Rabbit character is an annual Halloween favourite among Hollywood celebs, and it's model Ashley Graham's turn this year. Ashley's resemblance to the animated bombshell is uncanny and we're totally loving how she's showing off her baby bump in Jessica's iconic body-hugging red dress.
Stormi Webster as mum Kylie Jenner at the Met Gala
It seems like Kylie Jenner got a little more extra this year — just not with her own costume. Dressing her daughter Stormi Webster in a miniature version of her Met Gala dress from early this year — complete with a purple wig and a lot of fluff — the two-year-old looked exceptionally adorable.
Vanessa Hudgens and Austin Butler as Sally and Jack Skellington
Looks like the king and queen of stunning Coachella ensembles also know how to slay Halloween. Dressing up as Sally and Jack Skellington from Disney's The Nightmare Before Christmas, the lovebirds of seven years even referenced one of the most romantic lines in the film in their social posts.
Heidi Klum as fireworks
What did the queen of jaw-dropping costumes, Heidi Klum, wear this year? Adding to her list of memorable looks for the occasion, she's clad in head-to-toe glitter this year, personifying fireworks. That's right! No character reference, no traditional Halloween inspiration, just straight-up glam in blinding glitter. We're already looking forward to how she's topping this off next year!
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