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Café Bust-elo Drag Queens and Porta-Papis: Halloween on Lincoln Road (PHOTOS)

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At the Nightmare on Lincoln Road, there were tons of costumes, some creative, but most store bought. Famous characters like Jessica Rabbit looked perfect, while Katy Perry and husband Russell Brand played all night by the bar. The Old Spice Sea Captain guy was there too. Kinda cute. The Porta-Papi, exactly what it sounds like, had plenty of attention.

See photos after the jump.

As expected, Lincoln Road had its share of Black Swans, zombies, and LMFAO guys. Naturally sexy superheros were plenty, but we also spotted matching Playmates in black and a Café Bust-elo drag queen.

And what would Lincoln Road be without skin? We saw a silver vixen bodypainted and a man-child in red briefs and feathers. Some of you really got creatively scary or clever and to you, we -- as street fashion photographers -- just want to say thank you.

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