Dylan Mulvaney, Awkwafina and Kelly Ripa also attended the spooky charity gala
Bette Midler’s Halloween party guests dressed to impress!
Celebrities including Chloe Bailey, Padma Lakshmi and Dylan Mulvaney attended the Hocus Pocus actress’ annual charity event at New York City's Cipriani South Street in their best spooky attire on Friday.
Bailey, 25, arrived at the Hulaween Gala — which was hosted by the New York Restoration Project, an environmental justice organization — dressed as Catwoman. Her getup was complete with thigh-high boots, superhero eye-mask-inspired sunglasses — and lots and lots of latex.
The singer-songwriter — who performed at the event along with headliner Dionne Warwick — shared a better look at her DC-inspired ensemble in an Instagram post she captioned, “I’m dangerous baby 🐈⬛🐾.”
The “Do It” songstress also thanked music producer Clive Davis, who was honored with the Wind Beneath My Wings award at the gala. “Happy to dress up and perform for a great cause,” Bailey wrote on her Instagram Story. “Love you, Clive Davis. Thank you for having me.”
Lakshmi, 53, posed with Bailey at the event in her costume, which was also animal-inspired. The former Top Chef host took the fairy-tale aspect of the gala's theme — “Once Upon a Hulaween: Scarytales & Deadtime Stories" — seriously, dressing up as what appeared to be the wolf from Little Red Riding Hood.
The TV host, who was also a chair of the event, wore a fuzzy, full-body jumpsuit, furry ears, a red hooded cape and a wolf-inspired makeup look.
Also on the charity event’s star-studded guest list was TikTok star Mulvaney, 26, who leaned into the fairy-tale theme in a ribbon-heavy Snow White-inspired costume.
Mulvaney wore a blue velvet corset top, yellow tutu and lots of red bows. The social media star also swapped her usual blonde locks for a jet-black bob, and accessorized with a matching red scarf, a clutch and stilettos.
The influencer’s princess attire appeared to be a coordinating costume with Our Lady J, who arrived at the event with Mulvaney dressed as another character from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs — the Evil Queen.
In a video shared on her Instagram Story, Mulvaney said that she had “so much fun,” but struggled to keep with the New York City pace at the event.
“I don’t know how you do it,” she said while preparing to take off her Snow White wig and makeup after the gala.
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos, who are chairs of the event along with their daughter, Lola, attended the event in a coordinated couple's costume inspired by Día de Muertos.
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Midler, 77, talked to PEOPLE about her longtime involvement in the annual event in October 2020.
“One of the main things we wanted to do was bring awareness to the organization and to inspire others across the country to do something similar to the model that we've established," she said at the time.
According to the New York Restoration Project’s website, this year’s gala benefited the organization’s “work ensuring equitable access to green space for all New Yorkers.”
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