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Just in time for Halloween, Topshop's latest wares seem to suggest that the London-based retailer is just as psyched for the 31st as we are. Maybe it's all part of the wave that's swept up books and box offices for the last few years (hello, Twilight), but we have to admit: When we saw the all-black ensembles and cobweb-lace work, we definitely felt anything but gloomy.
With feathered shrugs à la Hitchcock's carnivorous crows, high-necked chiffon frocks worthy of a Tim Burton heroine, and an ombré red-and-black moto jacket straight out of "Thriller," these pieces might help you concoct your Halloween costume, but — rest assured — you'll be able to wear these aeons after the date's passed!
We have a bone to pick with our pre-torn denim. Namely, it's always falling apart — and in all the wrong places. You know the type: When you bought them, they were the perfect amount of distressed — the knees and thighs were worn in, but not overly so. But, over time and with much wear, these once-perfectly-ripped read
Halloween in New York City can be scary for all the wrong reasons. If hordes of inebriates in costume and over-the-top "haunted attractions" aren't your cup of tea, know that there are still a few places left in the city where the true spirit of the season is alive and well. In fact, eerie, atmospheric ruins are tucked read