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10 of our Favorite Celebrity Costumes

Still don’t have a costume for next week? Cop a look from Kate Moss, Gwen Stefani, or Liv Tyler.
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  • Candice Swanepoel
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    At V Magazine’s New York bash, Candice Swanepoel proves that you can be a sexy vampire while still wearing clothes. A bold red lip and a drop of blood go a long way.

  • Giovanna Battaglia
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    Why wear a mask when you can just paint on your costume like Giovanna Battaglia did for Carine Roitfeld’s Paris ball? (Click here for a how-to from her M.A.C. makeup artist!)

  • Gwen Stefani
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    Gwen Stefani got in touch with her girly side when she dressed up as Cinderella at Kate Hudson’s Halloween party in Los Angeles.

  • Jessica Hart
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    You probably have the makings of a ‘bad Sandy’ costume in your closet, just throw on a wig to cop Jessica Hart’s costume from The Standard Hotel’s Sinners & Saints party in New York.

  • Kate Beckinsale
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    We love it when someone chooses scary over sexy. Kate Beckinsale channeled The Bride of Frankenstein while trick-or-treating in Los Angeles.

  • Kate Moss
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    For a less laborious costume, just wear makeup two shades too light for your skin tone—and wear all black. You can tell people you’re Kate Moss on Halloween.

  • Toni Garrn
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    Smear some black cream liner under your eyes and throw on a football jersey like model Toni Garrn. You’ll be the most comfortable person at any Halloween party.

  • Liv Tyler
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    We like to think Liv Tyler had an old Margiela jacket lying around and accessorized accordingly. Proof that all black—plus a red lip—works all of the time.

  • Alana Bunte
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    You can’t go wrong with Ziggy Stardust. One tip? We’d add glitter to model Alana Bunte’s near perfect lightning bolt.

  • Hillary Duff
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    Wondering what to do with that flower crown you haven’t touched since last summer’s music festival? Follow Hillary Duff’s lead.

Halloween’s in six days and you still don’t have a costume? You can take the easy route and pick up bloody nail wraps or black lipstick—or you can spend the weekend committing to a costume. You’ll find enough inspiration to get you started above, from Toni Garrn’s super easy football look to Hillary Duff’s complicated—but beautiful—homage to the Day of the Dead.

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