We Love Asher Levine’s High Fashion Halloween Masks

Asher Levine’s “Editor from the Blue Lagoon” and “Count Lagerfeld” Halloween masks.
Photo: Courtesy of Asher Levine’s Facebook

Just when we thought our massive throbbing blog-crush on Asher Levine couldn’t get any bigger, the designer (who BTW has stamps of approval from both Lady Gaga and her creative director Nicola Formichetti at just 24 years old) pumps out a range of Halloween masks. The limited edition All Hallows’ Eve collection hit Pop Souk yesterday (Sunday, Oct. 21) and featured spook-ified versions of fashion (and pop culture) favorites like Anna Wintour rendered “Editor from the Blue Lagoon” and Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld as Count Lagerfeld.

Asher Levine’s “Andy ’Were’hol” and “Honey ’Boo Boo'” Halloween masks.
Photo: Courtesy of Asher Levine’s Facebook

Also in Asher’s arsenal of fright night disguises: a morose “Andy ’Were’hol,” a ghoulish reimagining of TLC’s “Honey ’Boo Boo,'” and ’70s cult classic Female Trouble’s Dawn Davenport, specifically post-acid incident. Sure, Asher’s best known for his forward-thinking menswear, but we think Halloween masks are actually a pretty logical side-hustle for Levine. Dude is a MAGICIAN with silicone and channelling all of the things that go bump in the night into his designs. I mean, remember his “infection in New York City” Spring 2012 collection”?? Tentacles and rubberized face-coverings GALORE. And with a sense of humor as rich this, we can only hope Asher makes this an annual thing.

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