Trick or Treat, By Design

These designers aren’t about to miss out on what might be their favorite assignment of the year: designing their children’s Halloween costumes.

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Araks Yeramyan, Araks

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“My older son, Aren, is going to be a wizard. His favorite color is purple so his costumes are always purple. Last year he was a bunch of grapes. This year we used lots of glitter, and he is even painting his nails purple. My younger son, Khoren, will be a bluebird. His favorite color is blue and he’s studying birds in school. I cut out the felt and I give them the glitter. It’s like a group project. It looks like they made it mostly and I just assist. But they get really excited. Aren asked the other day, ‘Can you come home early from work so we can work on my costume?’ It’s all part of being a family.” — Araks Yeramyan, Araks

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