George Clooney and multimillionaire Rande Gerber hosted the most star-studded Halloween party of 2017 — take a look inside

In June, the Hollywood actor George Clooney and the multimillionaire Rande Gerber sold their tequila company, Casamigos, to Diageo for $1 billion (£755 million).

Clooney, who founded the brand by accident in 2013, reassured fans that he and Gerber were “not going anywhere” after the deal.

On Saturday, “not going anywhere” came in the form of hosting an annual Casamigos Halloween party along with a business partner, Mike Meldman.

This year’s shindig had a 1970s theme, and the turnout and costumes – as well as the decor, surprise performances, and cocktails – certainly didn’t disappoint.

The 500 guests at the party, held at a venue turned discotheque on Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, included Hollywood’s elite, industry tycoons, rockstars, athletes, and top influencers.

Here’s what the guests – from Amal Clooney, Cindy Crawford, and Kaia Gerber to Adam Levine, Adrien Brody, and Jon Hamm – wore to the most star-studded Halloween party of 2017, and what it looked like.


Rande Gerber, the multimillionaire business partner of George Clooney, showed up to the party with Cindy Crawford, his supermodel wife, and Amal Clooney.


The couple have been known for their incredible Halloween costumes over the years.


George didn’t appear to be by Amal’s side …


… but the entire Gerber family — Rande, Crawford, their daughter, Kaia Gerber, and their son, Presley Gerber, both models — made an appearance.


Kaia has 2.2 million Instagram followers, and her appearance alone was a pretty big deal.


Rande Gerber and George Clooney’s business partner Mike Meldman was also in attendance, channeling the late Hugh Hefner.


Celebrity guests included Kim Kardashian with her friend Jonathan Cheban …


… the Victoria’s Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio (in the middle) and guests …


… Seth MacFarlane …


… a disguised Adrien Brody …


… actor Richard Kind …


… producer Russell Simmons …


… model and actress Molly Sims …


… actress Jessica Lowndes …


… Jon Hamm …


… the American football player Tony Gonzalez and his wife, October Gonzalez …


… fashion designer Rachel Zoe …


… Courtney Love …


… actress Michelle Trachtenberg …


… blogger Kaitlynn Carter …


… model Anwar Hadid and actress Nicola Peltz …


… David Spade …


… model and actress Charlotte McKinney …


… the American basketball player DeAndre Jordan …


… dancer Derek Hough and partner Hayley Erbert …


… the pop band R5 …


… and model Tori Praver.


The outside of the building was covered in silver holographic Casamigos logos, while the inside was bursting with disco balls, plush-velvet purple booths, and custom neon signs.


Some snaps shared by guests give you an idea of what the venue looked like inside.


George Clooney and Rande Gerber even had pumpkins carved with their faces.

Haunted #HouseOfFriends

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“Endless” bottles of Casamigos tequila were “intertwined with blue and silver lava lamps,” the company said.

Guests sipped on specialty Casamigos cocktails – including the Bangin’ Margarita, Spicy Mama (tequila, blood-orange juice, lime juice, and simple syrup), and Midnight Groove (tequila, grapefruit juice, lime juice, ginger syrup, simple syrup, and mint leaves) – served over a custom 72-foot diamond-mirrored bar.


The clip shows the bar being stocked.

Q:How many bottles of @Casamigos does it take to throw our Halloween party? A: All of them

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The dance floor — rocked by tunes from DJ Cassidy — was in full swing.


Guests were also treated to a surprise live performance by Adam Levine — pictured here with Meldman — and Maroon 5, who channelled AC/DC in singing “Highway to Hell,” “T.N.T,” and “You Shook Me All Night Long.”


The producer Zedd made use of a psychedelic video booth.

@zedd #repost #CasamigosHalloween #HouseOfFriends

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Trucks outside the venue offered food from Baby’s Badass Burgers and Richeeze Melts.


The party was certainly a success — and Rande Gerber reflected on the “chaos” afterward.