Alice + Olivia Fall 2014 Show Channeled Noir With a Spooky Presentation

I am unabashed in my love for Stacey Bendet's label, Alice + Olivia. The brand is known for its stunning, charming dresses that appear to have been stolen from Zooey Deschanel's closet. This season's version of Zooey, however, might be a zombie from another era. The Fall 2014 presentation was held at New York City's McKittrick Hotel, home to immersive theater production Sleep No More. And the setting was perfect for the collection, full of eerie noir looks for leading ladies. Ready to be haunted? Take gander at our favorites from the show.

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Alice + Olivia Fall 2014

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This lady might haunt your dreams, but only because you can’t get the layers of black ruffles on her gorgeous dress out of your mind. That plunging neckline doesn’t hurt either.

Alice + Olivia Fall 2014

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There’s nothing scary about over-the-knee boots and a black and white sweater. That hair, on the other hand…

Alice + Olivia Fall 2014

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We are now dying for a coat with a blood red fur collar and a fringed flapper skirt to wear it with.

Alice + Olivia Fall 2014

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The elaborate military embroidery on this dress means the only accessories you need are killer boots and a killer glare.

Alice + Olivia Fall 2014

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Marie Antoinette may be dead, but her hairstyle lived on at Alice + Olivia. Don’t let the headdress distract from the amazing tulle confection and studded belt below it.

Alice + Olivia Fall 2014

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An oversized fur lapel on this patterned jacket makes us almost believe we can pull off high-wasted trousers and a crop top.

Alice + Olivia Fall 2014

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Marilyn Monroe’s evil, brunette twin would rock the hell out of this pleated blue metallic version of the white subway grate dress.

Alice + Olivia Fall 2014

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The red roses on that sculptural gown have us longing to go for a subtly goth Snow White look on our next date. Who says floral print can’t be hot?