Heidi Klum Dominates Halloween #WearableWednesday

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Halloween is over and the results are in, Heidi Klum won. After a 2 year hiatus from parties Heidi Klum stunned with a truly terrifying earthworm costume.

For decades the super-model has been known to go above and beyond with her inspired costumes. For 2022 she pulled out all the stops and waddled out as a horror movie ready monster-worm.

Via Vogue:

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Klum said it took her two years of brainstorming to come up with the worm concept. “I like to do something unexpected, so I tried to think of a costume that is super absurd, but also very familiar,” Klum says. “Because it is Halloween, you need the creepy factor, also a bit gross and disgusting.” She, of course, needed a team of talented special effects people to make her creepy-crawly vision come to life, so she worked with makeup artist Mike Marino and his team at Prosthetic Renaissance. They’re her go-to Halloween glam team. “No matter how crazy my ideas are, Mike brings them to life,” Klum says. “I wanted to be Jessica Rabbit, and he said, ‘No problem.’ I wanted to be the werewolf from the ‘Thriller’ video, and he said, ‘No problem.’ Clone me five times? ‘No problem.’”

See more! and if you want to see what led up to this frightful fit checkout 20 of Heidi Klum’s Best Ever Halloween Costumes


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