Looks of the Week 03/11/17

It's a spooky special, with our pick of the most stylish celebrity Halloween costumes this week


Adele shared a rare photo on her Instagram of her Halloween outfit, with no cheap costumes for the superstar – instead, she opted for a sequin gown by Gucci.

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Lady Gaga fully committed to her Edward Scissorhands costume, working with her Haus of Gaga team to create the look.

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Is there a teenager that's cooler than Yara Shahidi? The Black-ish star shared this snap of her Halloween costume to her Instagram, explaining, "I was going to dress up as Black Privilege, but I couldn't find the costume...because it doesn't exist ... Instead, I've chosen to represent "Black Legacy": A reminder of the commitment we make to one another. The commitment our ancestors made, through perseverance and determination, to us".

Picture / @ yarashahidi

For the 2017 amfAR & The Naked Heart Foundation Fabulous Fund Fair in New York, model Imaan Hammam nailed her Slash costume in PVC pants, leather waistcoat, top hat and guitar.

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Big, bold and beautiful: a closer look at supermodel Cindy Crawford’s 70s glam beauty look.

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When you're so fabulous that you dress up for Halloween in new season Louis Vuitton… Model Mariacarla Boscono attended the 2017 amfAR Fabulous Fund Fair in New York, wearing ghoulish makeup and a dress from Louis Vuitton's Resort 2018 collection .

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Amal Clooney and Cindy Crawford channel disco glam, at a 70s themed Halloween party in Las Vegas. Amal's sequin gown is by Halpern, with sunglasses by Linda Farrow.

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Singers Halsey and G-Eazy as Daisy and Gatsby for a Halloween bash – her dress a custom design by Sergio Hudson, and his suit by Tom Ford.

Picture / @stylememaeve

Kim Kardashian officially owned Halloween, with various epic costumes paying homage to musical icons including Aliyah, Madonna and Selena.

Her most epic look? Dressing up with BFF Jonathan Cheban as Sonny and Cher at the 1973 Oscars, with her own take on the musician's iconic yellow look by designer Bob Mackie.

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Not celebrities, but this group costume is one of the best we've seen this year: an homage to the iconic 1994 Versace campaign by Richard Avedon, featuring supermodels Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer, Nadja Auermann, Christy Turlington and Stephanie Seymour in shades of pastel.

Picture / @jeffdorsman

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