Heidi Klum is the queen of Halloween. For the last two decades, the model and TV host has thrown the most epic Halloween party in the industry. She takes the holiday extremely seriously and she rarely misses with her extra-well-planned costumes.
Due to COVID-19, the nine-time SI Swimsuit model had to put pause on throwing her bash the last two Octobers, but that didn’t stop her from celebrating. She posted a spooky trailer on Instagram with the caption “HERE IT IS 🎃 Normally I’d be hosting my annual Halloween party on Sunday night … but this year things are still looking a little different. So instead, my family and I want to be the first to wish you a safe and spooky Halloween weekend. #HeidiHalloween2021”
Klum’s extremely extravagant costumes often require hours of special effects makeup (she has also incorporated prosthetics and additional props). Who knows what she’ll come up with this year? "I'm just gonna say, it will be my best one yet," Klum told TooFab. "You just watch. You just watch me!"
In the meantime, here are some of her best looks from the past.
Klum invented this basic Halloween costume, but she spiced it up with a custom-made catsuit and veneers.
Klum admitted that eating, drinking and dancing were extremely hard with this costume. No one’s surprised.
Klum can handle wearing stilts all night long, high heels are NBD.
2011: Human Body
How does she come up with these ideas?
At least we could see her beautiful face this year.
2013: Old Lady
She still looks amazing!
2014: A butterfly of some sort
How does she fit through any doors with those wings?
2015: Jessica Rabbit
A look complete with prosthetics and a fiery red wig.
2016: Heidi Klum as Heidi Klum
You know you’ve made it when you can dress as yourself for Halloween.
2017: Werewolf from Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”
Klum pulled inspiration from “Thriller” for her werewolf incarnation, with her own group of backup dancers, to boot.
2018: Fiona from Shrek
I wonder how many showers she needed to wash the green paint off.
Klum told Vogue that this gory costume took a total of 13 hours to make.