As you well know, here we are constantly trying to follow who is wearing what when it comes to celebrity couture. But at no other time does is our fashion-reporting ethos more important than November 1st of every year, when we manage a round-up of what celebrity was wearing what/who for Halloween. Beyond what we all expected of Trump costumes, Games of Thrones outfits and the many Wonder Women we expected, here is a quick overview of what made the blog o’ sphere overnight.
First, a little controversy.
Political commentator Tomi Lahren wore a costume pretty much made from/influenced by and sporting the color and design of the American flag. Sporting a star-spangled cape, red tutu, even an accessory of a bag bearing that “Make America Great Again” slogan, she is receiving heavy criticism the day after. It seems these days wearing a U.S. flag-themed costume is a no no.
In her usual outrageous challenge to meet the ghoul’s night head on, super model Heidi Klum made the scene at her 18th annual Halloween Party dressed in an iconic video horror costume. At the Magic Hour Rooftop Bar and Lounge and Moxy Times Square Heidi danced and appeared as Michel Jackson’s werewolf character from his infamous “Thriller” video.
Skylar Astin and Anna Camp stepped out as “Wayne” and “Garth” from Wayne’s World respectively. Floyd Mayweather went as “The Riddler.” And model Karlie Kloss challenged the late great Miss Monroe in all white (wig as well as dress).
Covering day time T.V. celebs, Ellen Degeneres managed to appear on her show as an over-the-top pregnant, made-up lesser-known ‘Karla Kardashian.’ While Wendy Williams went as Miss Liberty herself. She quickly fainted live on her show overcome as she was in her Statue of Liberty costume. And Savannah Guthrie and Matt Lauer, of the Today Show, went out as Kenny Rodgers and Dolly Parton.
And Kim Kardashian went out as Cher.
And this is just a smidgen of what our best and brightest got into for Halloween 2017.