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The Best Celebrity Halloween Costumes of 2017
Cindy Crawford gave us serious disco fever, Bruce Willis gave us nightmares-and just wait until you see what Amal Clooney wore.
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Amal Clooney rocked a 70s-inspired disco girl ensemble, Naomi Campbell looked like the ultimate diva, and Karlie Kloss killed it with her Marilyn Monroe costume. Here are some of the best celeb Halloween getups of 2017 so far.

KARLIE KLOSS AS MARILYN MONROE


BRUCE WILLIS AND ASSISTANT STEPHEN J. EADS AS THE SHINING'S GRADY TWINS


AMAL CLOONEY AS A '70S DISCO QUEEN


CINDY CRAWFORD AND RANDE GERBER AS A 70S DISCO COUPLE


KIM KARDASHIAN AS CHER


NAOMI CAMPBELL


ELLIE GOULDING AS DOLLY PARTON


SARAH PAULSON AS A PANDA AND HOLLAND TAYLOR AS A JESTER


PARIS HILTON AS CLEOPATRA


MICHELLE TRACHTENBERG AS PERSEPHONE, QUEEN OF THE UNDERWORLD


SARAH MICHELLE GELLAR AS A UNICORN/MERMAID/SHOWGIRL


ALLA KOSTROMICHOVA


SAMUEL L. JACKSON AS A CARDINAL


RACHEL ZOE IN A 70S-INSPIRED GOLD ENSEMBLE


RACHEL ROY AS A 70S ICON


This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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