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Gatsby Gone Goth Takes Over Raleigh Hotel

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We're not exaggerating when we say that every single scenester in Miami was in attendance for Saturday's Gatsby Gone Goth party. You could find Adams and Eves, Michael Jacksons, debonair Mad Hatters, and zombies at the Raleigh Hotel for this Halloween party. But the real draw in that ballroom was the invasion of 1920s fashion. Gatsbys, feathers, long pearl necklaces, and cigarette holders dressed the crowd that night. Check the full slideshow over at Clubchaser, but here are some characters we caught with our Street Fashion lens.

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