If you've ever wondered what your favorite horror movie villains would look like all dolled up in designer threads, artist David Murray has answered that question with a handful of sketches. Considering halloween and fashion go way back—like all the way to the dawn of it, since clothes are what make up a costume—it was only a matter of time until an artist merged the two in this kind of way.
First, David outfitted Frankenstein in Juun J, which is a perfect designer to have chosen because not only do they design for broader shoulders, there's always been a spooky undercurrent to their collections.
Pennywise, the psycho clown from Stephen King's 1990 film It, was a natural fit for Moschino's fast food-themed, McDonald's-riffing collection. If Ronald McDonald was a real person, he'd be out there weeping right now.
As for one of the most well-known Halloween super villains—Jason Vorhees from Friday the 13th—David dressed him in a Hood By Air hockey jersey-like long-sleeve tee to match his hockey mask. Well played.
A few other obvious choices? Leatherface in master leather-manipulator Rick Owens, Hannibal Lecter wearing mask-loving Walter Van Beirendonck, Michael Myers in a Dries Van Noten anorak, and Freddy Krueger wearing a look by anti-pretty designer Junya Watanabe.
You can check them all out on David's site and, just sayin', if you need a reason to wear your HBA jersey on Halloween, you have a new option.