Your Favorite Models Offer Up Some Wicked Halloween Inspiration

Unibrows, alien heads, and shredded clothes? Except for the last one, whenever you're in the vicinity of an OAK location, this surely isn't how we're used to seeing our favorite models. But, for Halloween this year, some of fashion's finest put aside their sartorial sensibilities and dared to get a little grotesque.
And, we've got an inside peek at how Supreme's top models celebrated All Hallows' Eve. From a rockin' David Bowie look on Simone W to Jacquelyn Jablonski's dead-bride guise, jump ahead to see all of the spooky fun. So shriek chic.
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Kel Markey pulls off a mean Helga from Hey Arnold!
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Lyoka Tyagnereva enchants with a glittering masquerade guise — and shiny nail polish, to boot. Because if your mask and your mani don't match, what's the point?
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Maria Borges' take on Cat Woman is purrrrfect.
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Jacquelyn Jablonski is haunting as a lace-veiled corpse bride.
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Rachel Alexander (with a double-down) friend slays as Leeloo from The Fifth Element.
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Simone W channels some serious David Bowie vibes for a seamless Halloween look. If someone can show us a DIY on those natural cheekbones, we'll be forever grateful.
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Ieva Lagūna is all suited up for a trip to space. Astronauts definitely wear stilettos, right?
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Andressa Fontana made a trip to the boneyard.
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Marique Schimmel totally nails the Flashdance look, complete with '80s laser lighting.
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