This three-year-old shop, co-owned by Helen Wong (whose brother operates sister party supply destination Village Party Store), did such great business selling Halloween costumes in its debut season, it’s utilizing its 1,500-square-foot storage space as a retail area in order to stock more affordable prepackaged costumes ($20–$60). Peruse the two packed walls for ensembles that are appropriate for couples (ketchup and mustard bottles, $35 each), fearmongers (zombie duds streaked with fake blood, $35–$49) and jokesters (Angry Birds suits, $40–$60). Creepy accessories such as Eyecon colored contact lenses ($30–$40) and Sexy Bite thermal plastic fangs ($20) will finish off your look to hair-raising effect. You can also get the party started at home with polyester spiderwebs ($2–$6) and pumpkin carving kits ($4–$15), which include a pick, scoop, carving knife and stencils for creating your own jack-o’-lantern.
|Venue name:||Hudson Magazine & Party Store (CLOSED)||Contact:|
513 Hudson St
|Cross street:||between Christopher and W 10th Sts|
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am–8pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to Christopher St–Sheridan Sq|
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