Heidi Klum gracefully poses in her Cleopatra costume, which will be used to celebrate Halloween this year at NYC's Finale bash on October 31. The golden costume is designed by Martin Izquierdo.
In a photograph posted on her Twitter, Heidi stretches her right hand, showing off a sparkling cloth, which looks like a wing. She also wears a gigantic Cleopatra headdress, a Cleopatra-black-bob-hairstyle wig, as well as a Swarovski crystal mask.
The German-born model excitingly tweeted on Wednesday, October 24, "One week until Halloween! Here's a sneak peek at my crazy Cleopatra costume!" Three hours later, she wrote down on her Twitter again, "Cleopatra comes 2 life! Bill Corso & Martin Izquierdo are amazing! Wait until #heidiklumhalloween night 2 c the final!" She additionally gave a link to a video, which shows behind the scenes of the costume making.
The video features her conversation with Martin about the concept and materials used for the costume. The 39-year-old blonde beauty explains how she wants the costume to be, stating, "Big! Gold! Glittery. A lot. And if you think a lot, I want a lot more."
The estranged wife of British soul singer Seal is famous for her eccentric costumes to celebrate Halloween. In 2008, her whole body was painted blue, imitating an Indian goddess. She tried to make it real by adding fake hands to the costume.
In 2010, she posed with Seal, wearing a tall alien transformer costume. At that time, her face was colored magenta. Meanwhile, Seal stood beside her, wearing a wide-silver-muscular alien transformer costume.
Heidi's 2011 costume was really freak. This time, she pretended to be a skinless corpse. "This is my thirteenth Halloween party this year and I wanted something different," she told reporters on the red carpet. "I was thinking how it would look if I had all my skin ripped off, and so... voila!"