Haute Event: Scott Disick Is Dressed to Bless While Paul Oakenfold Spins at Chateau

Paul Oakenfold spins at Chateau Gardens with the Las Vegas Strip in the background.

With Paul Oakenfold spinning on the Strip for the first time in more than three years, Scott Disick dressed to bless and $20,000 in cash and prizes for the most elaborate costumes, Chateau Nightclub & Gardens was the center of Halloween celebrations in Las Vegas last night.

Wearing priestly black and a cross to match, Disick channeled his inner not-so-do-gooder as a club-hopping priest partying with friends. With total disinterest to scandily clad female fans clamoring for his attention, Disick showed off his saintly side by showing he only has eyes for his longtime-love Kourtney Kardashian. NBA legend Allen Iverson took in the costumes with friends, while MTV’s “Jersey Shore” star Jennifer “JWoww” Farley took a night off from dressing up and partied with her boyfriend Roger Matthews and a group of friends.

Thousands of Halloween revelers hit Chateau Gardens’ rooftop for a phenomenal set by Oakenfold. The centerpiece of Butterfly for the Blood Orange Masquerade Ball, the world renowned deejay brought energy and intensity to the multi-sensory event. Colorful characters and an elaborate setting lit up the sky above the Las Vegas Strip for an unparalleled Halloween fete.

From a 20-foot-tall Wild Thing and even bigger fully lit Transformer to ornate gold glitter-covered statuettes, Vivid Vodka’s $20,000 costume contest was filled with over-the-top contestants vying for the top prize. The winner, a Man of War, outdid the competition with an elaborate costume.

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