Halloween-Ready Runway Looks

From zombie brides to Catwoman, you needn't look further than the runway for a dose of Halloween inspiration.

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From zombie brides to Catwoman, you needn't look further than the runway for a dose of Halloween inspiration. Jeremy Scott's Ozark-inspired spring collection included a cheeky bikini top and cow-print skirt. Costume8's pink-and-black gunslinger outfit wouldn't have been out of place on Scott's runway.
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Grab a wedding dress from your nearest Goodwill and whip up an "haute" zombie bride costume inspired by Vivienne Westwood, or snag this ready-made version, complete with shredded veil.
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Working on the final touches to your "Mad Men" costume? Take a peek at Bottega Veneta's fall collection, which was packed with '60s-inspired ensembles.
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HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" is sure to inspire plenty of Prohibition-era ensembles this Halloween. For spring, Ralph Lauren offered up slinky 1920s dresses styled with flapper boas and long pearl necklaces.
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A classic Catwoman costume will never be out of place at a Halloween party. This year, we suggest updating the look with one of Givenchy's quirky cat-eared helmets.
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Dior's couture show included a number of wild hats and accessories this season, but none were better suited to Halloween festivities than a Mardi Gras clown cap and collar. Of course, you can always skip the couture price tag and scoop up a pre-packaged ringer (complete with pom pom hat and ruffle collar) from Costume Craze.
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Perhaps Viktor & Rolf had Darth Maul in mind when they decided to send models out with frightening, scarlet red faces.
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Thierry Mugler's entire fall '11 collection was rather spooky, but the model sporting this skeleton get-up could easily have gone trick-or-treating after the show. If you don't have time to duplicate the elaborate makeup at home, snag a skeleton jumpsuit for an easy, all-in-one costume.
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Jean Paul Gaultier channeled Madonna's "Wild Child" years for this rad '80s look.
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Long black gloves and a big satin bow? We couldn't help seeing Minnie Mouse when we first saw this bright red look on Lanvin's fall catwalk.
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Pan Am's retro flight attendant uniforms are prime Halloween fodder, thanks to '60s influences on the runway and a Pan Am-themed show in ABC. For fall, Marc Jacobs created jet set looks with dainty gloves and matching caps.
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