Fashion News Roundup: Costume Deets From Snooki and ADR, Amy Winehouse Drunkenly Models Her Fred Perry Line and Free Proenza Dresses?

The Pickle Princess of Poughkeepsie: It goes without saying that the streets are going to be full of Snookis this Halloween, but why not one-up all the others and actually replicate Snooki's Halloween costume? WWD weirdly snagged a sketch of Snooki's custom-made outfit, which involves a very short green bustier dress with pickle-shaped sequins and a pickle scepter. We can't really think of a more appropriate costume for Polizzi. {WWD} ADR Halloween: Anna Dello Russo's outfits are of the utmost extravagance 365 days/year, so can you even imagine what her Halloween outfits must be like? She shares her top style references for this weekend's holiday. They include Lady Gaga, Jeff Koons, Givenchy couture and Fish costumes at the Chelsea Arts Ball in 1927. She explains, "This is a Schiaparelli mood: women as fish. It’s anthropomorphic, part of the culture of fashion." Ah, of course. {NOWNESS}
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The Pickle Princess of Poughkeepsie: It goes without saying that the streets are going to be full of Snookis this Halloween, but why not one-up all the others and actually replicate Snooki's Halloween costume? WWD weirdly snagged a sketch of Snooki's custom-made outfit, which involves a very short green bustier dress with pickle-shaped sequins and a pickle scepter. We can't really think of a more appropriate costume for Polizzi. {WWD} ADR Halloween: Anna Dello Russo's outfits are of the utmost extravagance 365 days/year, so can you even imagine what her Halloween outfits must be like? She shares her top style references for this weekend's holiday. They include Lady Gaga, Jeff Koons, Givenchy couture and Fish costumes at the Chelsea Arts Ball in 1927. She explains, "This is a Schiaparelli mood: women as fish. It’s anthropomorphic, part of the culture of fashion." Ah, of course. {NOWNESS}
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The Pickle Princess of Poughkeepsie: It goes without saying that the streets are going to be full of Snookis this Halloween, but why not one-up all the others and actually replicate Snooki's Halloween costume? WWD weirdly snagged a sketch of Snooki's custom-made outfit, which involves a very short green bustier dress with pickle-shaped sequins and a pickle scepter. We can't really think of a more appropriate costume for Polizzi. {WWD}

ADR Halloween: Anna Dello Russo's outfits are of the utmost extravagance 365 days/year, so can you even imagine what her Halloween outfits must be like? She shares her top style references for this weekend's holiday. They include Lady Gaga, Jeff Koons, Givenchy couture and Fish costumes at the Chelsea Arts Ball in 1927. She explains, "This is a Schiaparelli mood: women as fish. It’s anthropomorphic, part of the culture of fashion." Ah, of course. {NOWNESS}

Winehouse Models Fred Perry: Amy Winehouse was supposedly a drunk, stumbling mess during the shoot for her new Fred Perry line. The finished (no doubt retouched) images just look weird, no? {Telegraph UK}

Don't Sweat It: Apparently, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen wore cashmere sweaters during spin class at Soul Cycle in Tribeca. We appreciate wanting to look good while working out, but sweating in dry clean-only just doesn't make sense. {Hollywood Life}

Tough Questions: London Fashion Week applicants who bill themselves as sustainable designers, will now be put through an 18-question test to determine the authenticity of their sustainability claims. {Ecouterre}

Total Rubbish: Rubbish Magazine 2.5 will be out soon. The magazine has great visuals and includes contributions from Henry Holland, Duro Olowu, Holly Fulton and even Alain de Botton. {Rubbish Magazine}

Fashion Illustrations: The first installment in a series of designer-inspired illustrations is by Cardigan designer Lynne Hiriak. The series focuses on emerging talent and we definitely agree that Cardigan is a label to watch. {JC Report}

Free Proenza? V Magazine is sponsoring MOVE! a PS1 art installation this weekend in which artists are collaborating with designers like Marc Jacobs, Diane Von Furstenburg and Proenza Schouler on some kind of performance piece. More importantly, V's Cecilia Dean just tweeted that there are Proenza dresses scattered about the city?? {Racked NY}