Bella Hadid and The Weeknd Really Committed to Their 'Beetlejuice' Costumes

Tim Burton, but make it fashion.
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The Weeknd and Bella Hadid at Heidi Klum's 19th Annual Halloween Party on Wednesday in New York City. Photo: Craig Barritt/Getty Images

The Weeknd and Bella Hadid at Heidi Klum's 19th Annual Halloween Party on Wednesday in New York City. Photo: Craig Barritt/Getty Images

This year's Halloween festivities brought us no shortage of delightful celebrity costumes, not least of which included Harry Styles as Elton John, Beyoncé as Toni Braxton and, uh, Rita Ora as Post Malone. On Wednesday, Heidi Klum held her annual costume party and used it as a practical excuse to transform into ogre-form Princess Fiona from "Shrek" (or more accurately, "Shrek 2"). Famous fashion-adjacent people in attendance included Bella Hadid and The Weeknd, who put together a fashion-y tribute to Tim Burton's 1988 fever dream of a spooky camp classic, "Beetlejuice." 

Hadid channeled Winona Ryder's Lydia Deetz in the character's iconic red bridal gown look, wearing a lace dress — custom-made by New York-based couturier Sylvio Roubertto Kovacic — with a veil, a Vex Clothing choker and latex stockings and combat boots, also carrying a bouquet of dead, crusty red roses for good measure. (Stylist Mimi Cuttrell noted on Instagram that she purchased the flowers three weeks ahead of time to achieve the perfect wilt.) The Weeknd, meanwhile, went with Beetlejuice's groomsman outfit. Styled by Matthew Henson, he wore a vintage Pierre Cardin burgundy suit atop a ruffled white blouse, accessorized with vintage Stacy Adams shoes and a velvet bow tie. Their makeup by Christine Nelli and Anissa Salazar was fantastic, too: Hadid's featured an actually-chic, smoky red glow, while The Weeknd committed to his undead-ghoul face paint, complete with a wig.

It was, as they say, showtime.

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