The Ace Hotel in Downtown LA has already won over the heart of nearly every Angeleno and seems set on holding its hip mantle. With LACMA and KCRW's respective Halloween parties out of the picture this year, the Ace's second annual Halloween ball looked to establish itself as one of the best in town. The night kicked off with a screening of Dracula, accompanied by a live performance of the film's score by Philip Glass. Guests, doing their best interpretations of the "Black & White" theme, then roamed the rooftop bar and the ornate 1920s theater. As with any trendy LA Halloween party, though, it was the costumes that shined brightest.