From Anna to The Olsens, the Most Fashionable Pumpkins Ever
While carving a jack-o’-lantern will always be a classic way to celebrate Halloween, this year, we decided to take a different approach to our pumpkin decorating. Combining our love of stylish Halloween décor and the signature looks of our favorite fashion icons, we decorated our pumpkins and gourds with craft-store finds to create what would be the chicest front stoop fashion show ever.
Fur is in this season and with her signature shades to minimize the glare of the flashbulbs, Vogue's editor-in-chief is ready for her close-up.
Materials: Corn husks, pull n’ peel Twizzlers, black construction paper, white acrylic paint, cellophane, faux fur, necklace.
Difficulty Level: Medium—nailing that signature bob using cornhusks takes some patience.
The designer’s a legend, not only because of his ever-present crisp collar and low ponytail, but because of the classic creations he sends down Chanel's runways season after season.
Materials: Novelty spider webs, black satin ribbon, watermelon licorice, black construction paper, white acrylic paint, cellophane, white printer paper.
Difficulty Level: Easy—just plop those webs on there.
The Row designers may share petite proportions and nude lips, but their different takes on styling their locks help us tell them apart.
Materials: Raffia, orange gummy slices, brass studs with prongs, black construction paper, white acrylic paint, cellophane.
Difficulty Level: Hard—styling and braiding the raffia for their hair is a labor of love.
For fashion stylist to the stars Rachel Zoe, a marabou beanie is always the right choice to place atop her perfectly wavy, California-blonde locks.
Materials: Decorative twisted sticks, pull n’ peel Twizzlers, black construction paper, white acrylic paint, cellophane, marabou boa.
Difficulty Level: Easy—luckily her chic fur hat disguises the unsightly ends of the twisted sticks.
We're turning the camera back on the former model and Vogue's creative director to showcase her porcelain skin and iconic red mane.
Materials: Spanish moss, red spray paint, novelty googly eyes, white wool, pull n’ peel Twizzlers.
Difficulty Level: Medium—be careful with the spray paint and wear gloves so you can turn the moss while spraying to ensure an even coat.
Sporting his signature floor-length cape in a cerulean hue, the former editor-at-large of Vogue is ready for his trick-or-treating appearance. White streaks are added into his felting-wool hairdo to show just how distinguished this front-row fixture really is.
Materials: Black and white felting wool, purple gummy slices, black construction paper, white acrylic paint, cellophane, a few yards of your favorite dramatic fabric.
Difficulty Level: Hard—the man's got a thick head of hair that requires careful styling.
Her statuesque frame and signature specs make it easy to spot J.Crew's creative director from across the room, but it's her sleek center part and pouty red lips that always get her noticed.
Materials: Brown and white acrylic paint, black construction paper, brass studs with prongs, J.Crew necklace, denim jacket, red gummy slices.
Difficulty Level: Easy—painting on Lyons’ signature slicked-back ‘do makes this project a breeze.
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