Vote for your favorite “Irrelevant” costume from Storefront’s Critical Halloween!

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“Pure Shit” from Robert A.M Stern Architects. (Courtesy Storefront for Art and Architecture)

The New York City architecture community was never more colorfully “irrelevant” than last Friday on Halloween as they responded to the Storefront for Art and Architecture themed party, I-RELEVANCE. There were nearly 600 designers and friends in all sorts of passé and outmoded theme costumes.

"The Money Shot" by SO-IL. (Courtesy Storefront for Art and Architecture)

“The Money Shot” by SO-IL. (Courtesy Storefront for Art and Architecture)

"Landscape Urbanism" by Matt Choot. (Courtesy Storefront for Art and Architecture)

“Landscape Urbanism” by Matt Choot. (Courtesy Storefront for Art and Architecture)

They competed for three awards: Best Critical Costume, which was won by “Pure Shit” from Robert A.M Stern Architects; Best Group Costume, which went to to “The Money Shot” by SO-IL; and Best Individual Costume went to “Landscape Urbanism” by Matt Choot. One more award, the “People’s Choice” award, is still pending an online vote. Head over here to view the costumes and vote for your favorite through November 7 at 5:00p.m. EST.

I served as costume juror along with Roddy Schrock, Campbell Hyers, Sebastian Errazuriz, and Eva Franch. For a look at the colorfully irrelevant costumes photographed by Yuko Torihara, go here or check out Storefront’s Facebook page.

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