The queen of fright night style, look back at Heidi's best Halloween ensembles here
What: As the unequivocal queen of Halloween, fun loving model Heidi Klum has some, frankly quite amazing costumes under her belt. Her parties are legendary – attended by a host of Hollywood elite every year – and she’s outdone herself every single time. Which is why we decided to round up her brilliant Halloween enembles as she gets her costume ready for another year. First up, Heidi clearly started as she meant to go on, pulling out all the stops to dress as Lady Godiva at a bash in New York. Clearly running with the theme, the model accsessorised her Halloween look with a horse. That’s right, an actual horse.
What: Another year, another brilliant costume- this time cartoon character Betty Boop. Making the most of her curves in a skin tight red dress, a crazy curly wig and ridiculously long lashes finished her look. Brilliant.
What: In 2003 the blonde beauty went for custommade warrier gold, with lots and lots of glitter. We’re not sure what she is, but we like it…
What: With immaculate attention to detail, Ms Klum gets top marks for the dedication she puts into her outfits. The starlet was barely recognisable as a strange vampire – or could it be witch? Or even bat? – at her 6th annual Halloween bash.
What: She’s renowned for going all out with their Halloween costumes, and in 2004 Heidi exceeded all expectations once again in this over-the-top blood red get-up. Sneaky skelleton, witches hat, broomstick – it has it all…
What: Only Heidi could dress as the Garden of Eden, and make it work. Part apple, part snake, Ms Klum’s 2006 design had us in stitches…
What: Meow! Heidi Klum makes a right minx as a mouse – complete with life like whiskers – at her annual bash in 2007.
What: Have you ever seen such an amazing Halloween costume? We hadn”t. Heidi Klum went all-out for her annual spook-tacular Halloween party in 2008. Dressed as a Hindu Goddess, the supermodel obviously got overexcited with the blue body paint and rubber gloves. Beautiful and a sense of humour: Heidi Klum is pretty much perfect.
What: Perhaps taking her inspiration from the Hitchcock horror film The Birds, Heidi raised the bar once again in 2009, turning up in feathered finery as a raven.
What: If you’re thinking the already statuesque Ms Klum looked even taller than usual in 2010, you would be right. That’s because her spectaular, Starlight Express-inspired outfit involved balancing on a pair of stilts. Top marks…
What: This year the starlet surpassed our expectations once again, by dressing up as a dead body, with a layer of skin peeled off, of course. And we must admit, she looked seriously spooky. ‘My inspiration was just to be dead,’ the virtually unrecognisable blonde beauty said of her grisly Halloween get-up, which saw her wheeled into the venue on a hospital stretcher, covered by a bloody sheet. Eeek.
What: Clearly not satisfied with just one spooky Halloween ensemble this year (as if her grisly dead body costume wasn’t enough!) Heidi Klum stepped the red carpet for a spot of monkeying around. Her second Halloween bash of fright night weekend, Heidi played host at the star-packed fright night party, held in New York.
What: Just weeks before Halloween this, Heidi Tweeted pictures of herself at a fitting for a glittering gold Cleopatra-themed costume, revealing this year’s look would be better than ever. But sadly it wasn’t to be. the supermodel took to Twitter on the morning of the spook-fest to reveal she had cancelled the party, due to Hurricane Sandy. ‘Hope you & your loved ones are safe after the storm. Cancelling my Halloween party…postponing to a haunted Christmas,’ she wrote. Here’s to next year…
What: Heidi Klum’s 13th annual Halloween party was bound to be scary, but who knew we’d be given a glimpse at a 90-year-old vision of the Victoria’s Secret model. Flaunting her characteristic style in an all tweed outfit, Heidi teamed an elderly outfit with some beige accessories. Yum. We couldn’t help but be completely taken aback by the attention to detail however, from the deep wrinkles on her forehead to the varicose veins in her legs. It seemed like Heidi could have been in make-up for almost 90 years to achieve this look.