Inside the Soho Halloween Party for Fashionable Kids

Bonpoint and Ladurée link up each year for an unforgettable bash

June Ambrose and a little cowboy.
Ashley Wilson/Observer
June Ambrose, Florence Mars, Gucci Westman and Elisabeth Holder.
Ashley Wilson/Observer
Olivia Chantecaille and a little pink princess.
Ashley Wilson/Observer
Lavish Laduree treats.
Ashley Wilson/Observer
Advertisement
Advertisement
Metallic and masked and a cute kitty.
Ashley Wilson/Observer
Even a puppy got dressed for the occasion.
Ashley Wilson/Observer
Elisabeth Holder and her kids.
Ashley Wilson/Observer
Advertisement
Advertisement
June Ambrose.
Ashley Wilson/Observer
Fashionistas in training.
Ashley Wilson/Observer
Toni Garrn, Alina Baikova.
Ashley Wilson/Observer
Advertisement
Advertisement
Of course face painting was an option.
Ashley Wilson/Observer
Spooky, cute and chic!
Ashley Wilson/Observer

There’s no denying the fact that the fashion set loves getting dressed up for Halloween (for reference, check out Marc Jacobs’ Friday night female body builder costume). So it comes as little surprise that the offspring of the fashion crowd also adores getting dressed up. And there’s no better party for these stylish kids than the annual Halloween bash thrown by Ladurée and Bonpoint.

This year marked the third iteration of the celebration, held in the bakery’s Soho garden and co-hosted by stylist and designer, June Ambrose. She took her hosting duties seriously and dressed to impress (or at least scare) in a Les Miserables costume, replete with spooky makeup.

Each year the soiree attracts a major crowd of fashion players, and this year was no exception. The crush of costume-wearing attendees included Instagram’s Eva Chen, Olivia Chantecaille, makeup artist Gucci Westman, Dannijo‘s Danielle Snyder and Jodie Snyder MorelArchitectural Digest‘s Jane Keltner de Valle, ELLE‘s Anne Slowey, Rebecca Hessel Cohen and model Toni Garrn. Their respective children, dressed as cats, princesses, vampires, dragons and cowboys, also made an appearance. Take a look at the costumes spotted at the party and the sweet treats the French eatery provided.

Article continues below
More from Culture
Metrograph program director Aliza Ma, artistic director Jacob Perlin and founder Alexander Olch.
Behind the Screens: Metrograph’s Head of Programming Aliza Ma on New Retrospective