Honey Boo Boo, Anna Wintour Gone Wrong: Scariest Halloween Costumes Yet?

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    In case you're still trying to pull together a Halloween costume (or you don't have time to rummage through your local thrift shop), a mask might be right up your (spooky) alley. They're the ultimate lazy girl's (or guy's!) solution — simply toss one on and go, no makeup, hair, or thinking required!

    Yes, you could always don the classic Nixon mask, but why not switch it up with something a little more relevant?

    Last Sunday brought just the solution; As we were perusing Pop Souk, the bi-annual fashion market at the Standard's Biergarten, we saw something that made our hearts freeze... just a lil' bit. Enter: NYC Costume designer extraordinaire, Asher Levine, who has produced a new collection of Halloween masks just in time for the holiday, and we can guarantee they'll stir up more than a few laughs (or screams). Even though they sold out in minutes at The Standard, they hit his website yesterday (we suggest you act fast). After all, how often is it you see a fellow All Hallows' Eve partygoer dressed in the exact likeness of Anna Wintour — if she were a deep sea creature?

    We've collected the best masks for your viewing horror pleasure, so click through to get the creativity flowing (and, if you dare, you can purchase them here). Beware dear reader — these are guaranteed to haunt you.

    Photo: Courtesy of Asher Levine.
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