Heidi Klum reveals how early she starts preparation for Halloween dress
Heidi Klum is renowned for her extraordinarily ornate Halloween costumes, but even the model outdid herself this year for her spooky season celebration after a two-year sabbatical due to COVID.
During her annual Halloween party, the model spoke candidly about when she begins working on her costumes. As it turns out, she doesn’t squander any time.
The 49-year-old revealed that the day after Halloween, on November 1, she begins thinking about what she will wear in the next year. She told the media, “When I wake up tomorrow, I start thinking of the next [costume].”
The fashionista showed up this season dressed as a worm. In an interview, Klum said she began the process at 11 a.m. and spent all day playing around, putting things on.”
In an interview, Klum said she began the process at 11 a.m. and spent all day playing around, putting things on.”
Before posting a video of herself as a worm with her husband Tom Kaulitz, who was dressed as a fisherman with a bloody eye, Klum was transparent about the transformation process, giving fans a step-by-step look at on Instagram.
The model wrote, “This was fun #HeidiHalloween2022 #JustWormingAround @enews.”
The America’s Got Talent judge did “worm” dancing moves during press interviews while lying down on the blue carpet.
The German-American supermodel stated to in 2013 that her appearance was “definitely not a last-minute decision,” and that she “I’d rather stay home than go out in an uninspired costume.”
“I start thinking of ideas months before Halloween, and I have an amazing team who makes the impossible possible. I don’t really have a system for picking my costume each year, they kind of just come to me,” she informed. “It takes months of preparation.”