Dita Von Teese goes drag-king in a formal tuxedo for Halloween: amazing?

These are photos from Bette Midler’s annual Halloween NYC party, which she throws as a benefit for the New York Restoration Project (NYRP), which helps fund city gardens and community development and such. Bette’s been working with the NYRP for years and decades. This year, I think Dita Von Teese might have been the “hostess” or host or something. Look at Dita! Usually for Halloween, Dita dresses up like a “real girl” – as in, she’ll wear jeans and a blonde wig instead of her usual, everyday pin-up costume. I like Dita in a formal tux – she pulls it off admirably. I would look like a total heifer in this.

Here’s Debra Messing as… Marie Antoinette…? I like this kind of costume – it feels like she put some thought into it and really tried to create a whole “look”.

And here are Bette and Debbie Harry. Bette looks good, but I think Debbie is… um… too old to be dressing like this for Halloween.

Photos courtesy of Joseph Marzullo/WENN.com.

 

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  1. Jen says:

    The ghost of Coco Chanel!! Oh my god that’s an awesome idea.

  2. Eve says:

    Looks like Evan Rachel Wood in the first picture.

  3. TheOriginalKitten says:

    She might be “too old” to dress up like that but I still LOVE Debbie Harry and I think she looks amazing for her age.

    Seeing the awesomeness of the strong, talented ladies featured in this post makes me die a little inside, especially knowing another Kardashian or Swifty post is likely looming on the horizon.

  4. Green is Good says:

    Marlene Dietrich would be envious! ;)

    • UNF Joan Jett! says:

      OMG, Dita makes my queer heart explode! It´s definitly a reference to Marlene in “Marocco” – the movie that featured the first female-to-female kiss on screen ♥

      But I think rather than getting envious Marlene would made out with Dita. She was a wild one!

  5. Cam S says:

    Bette for the WIN!!! Love the creative costumes that aren’t trampy

  6. Eleonor says:

    Well she looks like she always does.
    But I am disappointed I was waiting to see her with the blonde wig, jeans and snearkers.

  7. Sweet Dee says:

    I wish I understood the appeal of Dita, though I do see the comparison to ERW. I love Evan! Maybe that will help.

  8. fabgrrl says:

    Debbie Harry is just awesome. Period. And if I still had a body like that at nearly 70 I would show it off all the time.

  9. Ming says:

    So much love for Bette Midler <3

  10. Tuxedo Cat says:

    Debbie has amazing legs…I think that Kelsey Grammer is mean to have had his wife dress up as his ex-wife…it makes him appear totally obsessed.

  11. Stubbylove says:

    Dita looks AMAZING – flawless. Only she could pull that off perfectly. LOVE Bette’s costume – especially the saggy pantyhose! Good stuff.

  12. only1shmoo says:

    Ditta is absolutely DIVINE!

  13. keats says:

    Dude, whatever. Debbie Harry looks great.

  14. bigt says:

    Think Debbie looks Amazing. She looks sooo much better then a Kartrashian or Kelly O on any day of the week, and those useless famewhores are half her age. Like Bette’s costume too.

  15. Just Me says:

    Dita looks amazing as ever. I am so envious of her skin! Love Bette as Coco & Debra as Marie Antoinette.

  16. Christian says:

    Lifetime pass for Debbie Harry. She’s awesome!

  17. j.eyre says:

    They all look great – I would have loved to have been at this party.

  18. Camille (TheOriginal) says:

    Dita looks fabulous. Love it. Very classy.

    Bette looks great too, I’m loving the CC’s ghost idea.

  19. teenydj says:

    Anyone else appreciate the irony of Debra Messing’s costume involving covering her face in white powder? Seems convenient if those blinds are true…

  20. Dahlia1947 says:

    Dita looks good! This is an homage to Marlene Deitrich, I’m sure! I LOve it!