Heidi Klum Is Claiming the Color of Fall 2023 As Her Go-to Hue

The supermodel has been spotted wearing the bright shade several times recently.
Heidi Klum


Red is officially the color of the season, and everyone from Taylor Swift to Zendaya is incorporating the fiery hue into their outfits these days. Models like Lauren Chan and Heidi Klum are taking things a step further, dressing head-to-toe in the bright crimson color.

Klum was recently spotted in two completely monochromatic ensembles recently, and both are giving us major inspiration for boldly embracing the vibrant shade in our own wardrobes this autumn.

First, Klum stepped out in a red leather ensemble in Los Angeles on Oct. 13. She sported a bomber jacket and matching loose pants, which she tucked into a pair of knee-high boots with a thin, sky-high heel. The 50-year-old supermodel accented her look with a pair of mirrored sunglasses and opted for a contrasting oversized designer handbag in a bright and sunny shade of yellow.

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Heidi Klum in Los Angeles on Oct. 13.

Three days later, Klum was spotted again in Los Angeles in another fiery red getup. This time, rather than a sporty streetwear aesthetic, she opted for a chic business-casual vibe.

The America’s Got Talent judge wore a bright red long sleeve blazer dress with a plunging neckline, which she paired with accessories of the same color. She was photographed as she held a red purse in one hand, along with red-framed sunglasses and strappy pointed-toe heels.

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Heidi Klum in Los Angeles on Oct. 16.

Even Klum’s manicure flaunted the color of the season, though red has been her go-to shade since at least early August. She’s also been showing off her penchant for all-red ensembles, and her on-trend sense of style, since last month.

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