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Photos: Where Decadence Fans Put Their Cell Phones While Barely Wearing Anything

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Decadence once again proved among the most extravagant options for New Year's Eve in Denver, with three stages of world-class DJs along with enough decorative insanity to lead our reviewer to compare the scene to a carnival.

The fans spent about as much time on their costumes/outfits as the organizers did on the decorations -- you can see the whole array, from Harry and Lloyd to any number of mythical creatures, in our slideshows from the event. Many of the costumes, however, did not include obvious places to put that all-important modern appendage: the cell phone. Where there's a will, however...

See also: The Fans and Artists of Decadence 2014 (Slideshow)

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