Here at KE-ZU we love any excuse to dress up and embrace an alter ego (or at least this blogger does!)
So when Halloween comes around costumes are planned well ahead of time, usually before a party invite is received.
In case you forgot or are yet to find a Halloween costume, we present to you Katherine Wisniewski‘s Ultimate Guide to Dressing Like an Architect for Halloween.
Wisniewski provides tips on dressing up as Le Corbusier to Zaha Hadid,Daniel Libeskind, Charles Renfro, Denise Scott Brown and many more. You can see the complete guide here.
Costume inspiration: Denise Scott Brown, principal at Venturi Scott Brown. Photo courtesy of curbed.com
“Whichever of these genius’ costumes you use, remember to keep your tone quixotic, your facial expression thoughtful, and, when your friends admit they don’t know who you even are, your demeanor aghast. Note: to make it more spooky, feel free to add the word “dead” in front of the costume, but, be forewarned, it gets less funny if they actually are dead,” says Wisniewski.
Costume inspiration: Charles Renfro, principle at Diller, Scofidio, Renfro. Photo courtesy of curbed.com
Costume inspiration: Adolf Loos, who wrote Ornament and Crime. Photo courtesy of curbed.com
Costume inspiration: Daniel Libeskind, designer of Berlin’s Holocaust Museum. Photo courtesy of curbed.com
Costume inspiration: Le Corbusier, legendary French modernist. Photo courtesy of curbed.com
Costume inspiration: Zaha Hadid, Pritzker prize winner. Photo courtesy of curbed.com
So, which will you choose?
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