Freaky-Chic Looks for “Hotel Transylvania”

The freaky crew of vacationers in "Hotel Transylvania" would've found equally scary company on the catwalks this season.

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In theaters today, "Hotel Transylvania" depicts Count Dracula as the operator of a four-star resort for monsters, ghosts and ghouls.
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The freaky crew of vacationers would have found equally scary company on the catwalks this season, which were teeming with creepy-chic looks even Dracula would covet for his wardrobe.
At Alexander McQueen, models sported otherworldly black ensembles festooned in pom poms and ominous feathers. Dramatic visor shades heightened the spookiness of the look.
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Mugler is known for pushing boundaries, but these sculptural, scribbled creations—which looked fashioned from a Tim Burton version of zebra stripes—were some of the brand's scariest yet.
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Gareth Pugh's dramatic black cape would no doubt be high on the Count's fall "outerwear" wishlist.
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Yohji Yamamoto's scarlet-haired models (who were given jet black lips and pale, powdery complexions) would blend right into the crowd at "Hotel Transylvania."
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WIth their bright, tousled locks and winged black eye makeup, Junya Watanabe's models looked "monstrously" cool in classic suiting options.
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For fall, Viktor & Rolf offered up classically cool "goth" chic ensembles that would befit a moody vampire teen, from the plush velvet separates to the edgy leather accents.
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Vivienne Westwood's fearsome fleet of models looked as if they just crawled out of the grave (some even sported tiny tear decals), clad in structured black outerwear pieces with exaggerated, combative shoulders.
We could easily imagine Karlie Kloss working the concierge desk at "Hotel Transylvania" clad in this flappery-goth look by Jean Paul Gaultier.
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