Best New York Halloween Events and Wildest Costumes
Be scared. It’s Halloween, time for all the ghouls to come out in NYC.
Androids, UV black light glow skeletons and warbots. Badinka.
New Yorkers just love to party with zombies. Taj Lounge annual Halloween event.
All sorts of creatures come out to celebrate at the Taj on Halloween. The Taj Lounge is a restaurant, lounge and event space on West 21st Street, NYC.
Charming skeleton girl. Badinka Costumes.
Purple pop art zombie. So cute; if you’re another zombie, that is. Badinka costumes.
Silver man. Yikes! Badinka.
Silver man from the back. Badinka.
Junk food apocalypse. High fat and high sodium? Now this is really frightening. Badinka.
Halloween on the water event. Nautical ghosts are encouraged to attend.
Brooklyn Army Terminal, 80 58th Street, Brooklyn, NY
Perfect costume for the Ghost Boat ride, a spooky ghost bride by Yandy.com. Did you notice her skeleton tiara?
What do you think of this incredible costume for a midnight Halloween boat ride around Manhattan Island? Davy Jones inspired by the “Pirates of the Caribbean” film. By CenobiteFX.
Rouge pirate, (or is that vogue pirate?) Yandy.
Gentleman pirate frock coat by Feist-fashion.
Another gentleman pirate, this one in a tailcoat. Feist-fashion.
Dark Gothic apparel and Steampunk are popular Halloween looks. Feist-fashion.
Gothic coordinating couples costumes by Feist-fashion.
Another couples costume with a slightly different flavor. Peanut butter and jelly by Fun World.
Here’s a costume that will impress the ladies. Fun World.
Inflatable costumes are always fun. Here’s a crazy alien abduction one from MH Zone.
230 Fifth Ave. is New York’s most famous rooftop bar. What a fantastic location for a Halloween party!
Egyptian Pharaoh costume might be a tad chilly for a rooftop party, but it’s so worth it! Yandy.
Inspired by everyone’s favorite elf, Legolas, from “The Lord of the Rings” fame. Dress Art Mystery.
Take a horse up to a rooftop bar in a Victorian corset gown? In NYC no one would even blink an eye. Dress Art Mystery.
Stunning 18th century style embroidered garden gown by Atelier Saint-Honore.
If you ever considered dressing up like Marie Antoinette, these 18th century pastoral dresses a la Paysanne ballerina are a fashion fantasy. Atelier Saint-Honore.
Magnificent lavender 15th century Italian Renaissance dress by Dress Art Mystery.
What’s the best thing about Halloween? Your fashion fantasies can become fashion realities. Be creative and enjoy!