While most of these celebrities are used to donning costumes all year round, they still brought their A-game for this holiday.
Another Halloween has come and gone, with exclusive celebrity parties galore. Here are some of the best costumes that have caught our eye this spooky season.
The Year of Britney
With Britney Spears in the headlines of several news stories this year, some celebrities have chosen to pay homage to the pop icon with their Halloween costumes.
Paris Hilton wore the flight attendant outfit from Spears’ Toxic music video. In one of her Instagram posts, she posed with her son Phoenix who is wearing a matching pilot costume.
At Casamigos’ annual party, Jessica Alba, Kelly Sawyer Patricof, and Kira Hagaman each channeled different Britney Spears eras.
In Twos and Threes
Couple and group costumes were in no short supply this year. Also at the Los Angeles party, Justin and Hailey Bieber dressed up as Bamm-Bamm and Pebbles from the classic cartoon The Flintstones.
Meanwhile, the girls of Riverdale Camila Mendes, Madelaine Petsch, and Lili Reinhart went as Batman villains Catwoman, Poison Ivy, and Harley Quinn.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner also chose Batman characters for their matching costumes, this time as Sugar and Spice from 1995’s Batman Forever.
Bigger and Bolder
In New York City, Heidi Klum’s Halloween party was one of the biggest events this season. The supermodel herself went as a peacock with a whole team of Cirque du Soleil performers dressed as her plumage.
Then in Atlanta, Megan Thee Stallion threw a Tim Burton themed “Hottieween” party. The rapper dressed up as one of the Talking Flowers from the live-action Alice in Wonderland. She wore a green mesh bodysuit with vines around her body, while it seemed like the pink flower petals were growing out of her face.
Filipino Stars Join The Fun
Local celebrities also found Halloween inspiration from a variety of sources. For The Opulence Halloween Ball 2023, sisters-in-law Solenn Heussaff and Anne Curtis stunned the crowd with their fairy and goddess themed costumes.
While some prepared their Halloween fits for days or even weeks, Kryz Uy and Slater Young opted for banana costumes for a chaotic, two-minute photo session with their toddlers.
All the way in Hawaii, Bretman Rock prepared an Aladdin group costume for him, his niece, and his nephews. Greeting his niece Cleo a happy birthday, he also wrote “Doing these with your brothers are always the highlight of every Halloween.”
Banner image via Instagram @parishilton.