New York Fashion Week is in full progress with designers showing their Spring 2019 collections. There have been a number of shows that have had us dreaming about what we will wear next season, but it was The Blonds who won for the most fantastical line with its Disney Villains collection.

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It was no secret that The Blonds was hosting a Disney villains fashion show because they had been teasing it on social media for a week before the show, along with its MAC Cosmetics collaboration. When it finally came time to see the collection it was a new experience because the show brought our favorite Disney villains to life with some very high fashion looks.

The Blonds streamed the show on its Facebook page and on Disney.com. If you missed out, you can still check it out. Models and celebrities dressed up as some of the most iconic Disney villains including Maleficent, Ursula from The Little MermaidCruella de Vil from 101 Dalmatians,  the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland, the Evil Queen from Sleeping Beauty, and more.

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You didn’t need introductions or for the models to be wearing name tags because it was crystal clear from their outfits just who they were. Other models who embodied the Disney villain spirit as opposed to specific characters wore spiky black crowns on their heads. The collection also featured plenty of black, patent finishes and sultry materials.

And we cannot forget about the beauty looks. The Blonds always has one of the most striking beauty looks of all Fashion Month. They didn’t disappoint this time. MAC Cosmetics makeup artists slicked models’ lips with classic red lipstick. Models’ hair was piled into high sleek buns that were just visible under their aforementioned crowns. If you love Disney villain beauty tutorials, you’re going to want to copy these looks.

CND took care of the nails. The nail art looks were mini works of art themselves considering they featured an array of embellishment depending on the character. There were feathers, safety pins, Dalmatian spots, witchy ombre and even nails decorated with double Maleficent horns.

If you’re looking for some Halloween inspiration or you just want to channel your inner baddie for everyday, check out the show.