Halloween isn't technically for another three days, but when has technicality ever stopped anyone from dressing up? Over the weekend, Hollywood's A-listers stepped out for some pre-Halloween festivities, attending parties like the Casamigos-hosted soirée in Beverly Hills and of course, Heidi Klum's annual bash—which means that we're now blessed with so many amazing celebrity costumes.
There was Nina Dobrev's spot-on recreation of Gigi Hadid and the Chanel runway show crasher Marie S'infiltre and then there was Gabrielle Union's throwback Bring It On moment that has us nostalgic for the 2000-era movie, but of all the celebrity looks that graced Instagram and the red carpet this weekend, there's only a handful that we're crowning the best of the best. Scroll down to see the best celebrity Halloween costumes of 2019, according to us. With October 31 in a mere matter of days, it's never too late to fill up on inspiration...
Ashley Graham as Jessica Rabbit
A pregnant Ashley Graham wore a custom Jessica Rabbit costume by Vex to Demi Lovato's Halloween party, complete with a bright red wig and purple latex gloves.
Gabrielle Union as Isis from Bring It On
This Halloween, Gabrielle Union made all our Bring It On dreams come true by re-creating her character's cheerleading uniform from the movie—and matching with her daughter no less.
Nina Dobrev as Billie Eilish
It's not every day that celebs dress up as other celebs, but when it happens it's always a moment. Such is the case with the first of Nina Dobrev's costumes: pop singer Billie Eilish. Loads of silver chain necklaces, goth makeup, and designer logo wares were in order.
Cindy Crawford as a disco diva
Jasmine Tookes as a pirate
anessa Hudgens and Austin Butler as Jacket and Sally in Nightmare Before Christmas
Lily Collins as Rainbow Brite
Nicki Minaj as Harley Quinn
Camila Mendes as Rick Sanchez from Rick and Morty
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Cindy Crawford's costumes never fail to leave us speechless and this year's is no exception.