We’re Obsessed With Heidi Klum’s Coachella Looks From Weekend No. 2

The supermodel shared a few days of music festival outfits on Instagram.
Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum.

While the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is over, the fashion from this year’s two-weekend music festival will live on forever. We summarized some of our favorite looks from the first weekend, but supermodel Heidi Klum gets top honors for best ensembles from this past one.

Klum’s first outfit was a head-to-toe white lace number, including a button-up top and matching bottoms with doily-like detailing. She paired her look with white boots and mushroom-shaped earrings. Klum went super bold with her glam, as the 49-year-old’s immaculate pastel eye makeup featured lots of lashes and graphic eyeliner, as well as lavender shadow.

The mom of four changed things up for the festival’s final day on Sunday. She wore a patterned blue mini dress with an exposed black bra underneath and a thick black belt to cinch her waist. Klum’s black lace stockings and over-the-knee boots pulled the whole look together.

She accented her outfit with a blue ribbon tied around her neck, a black chainlink purse and sunglasses in several snaps shared to Instagram. The veteran SI Swimsuit model posed alongside friends Yannik Zamboni and Bretman Rock.

While Klum has her IG comments turned off on most posts, Zamboni posted the same pic on his own account, which garnered feedback like, “You guys are just meant for each other,” and, “You two are the ultimate dream team ❤️ love to see it and can feel the fun !”

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