The Bowery Hotel Celebrates The Ghosts Of New York

by Chiara Atik · November 1, 2010

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Guests at the Bowery Hotel's Halloween party on Saturday night were supposed to dress as famous New Yorkers, "from Andy Warhol to Annie Hall". Well, we didn't get any Annie Halls, but we did get Where's Waldo, a slutty Phantom Of The Opera, an authentic-looking Edward Scissorhands, and random bloody people.-

The party also served as the setting for the world premiere of "Night Home" a film by Gary Breslin, which apparently Mickey Rourke "loved" and Georgina Chapman found "hilarious."

I'm gonna go ahead and assume that all the vaguely historical but not immediately recognizable costumes were, in fact, famous past New Yorkers, but there are still a few costumes that we couldn't figure out...

Do you have any idea what the following costumes are? Let us know in the comments section!

Green man! In Drag!                       ...an eagle?

...no idea.                                         ...nope.

Dunno, but any costume that requires a trip to Kinko's is automatically awesome.

Love this 18th century street gang.