Heidi Klum’s worm costume is the only Halloween costume you need to see
Heidi Klum is always curious to learn For halloween. The German-American model and celebrity is known for hosting an annual Halloween party full of stars, where she will dress up in her own costume. In previous years, she wore ridiculous outfits like Fiona from Shrek or a carnivorous alien. But this time she really outdid herself. On Monday, she dressed up as a worm and I really think that’s her best work.
The costume is somewhere in the slightly, to the extreme, unsettling range. The costume itself seems plump and fleshy. And it was perfectly shaped for her face. Looks like the creative kind will be in an old school Films by Guillermo del Toro or another fantasy horror film of that nature. Instead of going into the details, I think it’s best to see the outfit up close for yourself. Pictured below is Klum being interviewed in costume.
Klum explains more why did she choose stupid clothes. “I want to think outside the box. I think a rain worm would be an interesting kind. We all know worms, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone a worm in the rain before.” Klum says that it basically took her all day to get dressed.
There’s a part of all of this somehow deeply related. Me, too, wanted to go to a prestigious event, with nothing but furniture and just lying on the floor as the busy world whirled around me. It’s been a tough couple of years; We are all tired. Maybe being a worm would be a good change of pace. I will slow down.
Also, the outfit is like a nod to one of my favorite TikTok trends from two years ago. In it, everyone Simply ask your loved ones, “Would you still love me if I were a worm?” They then post videos of them asking questions and reacting and answering.
Of course, that’s a ridiculous question and makes no sense. But it is fun! The usual answer usually includes some kind of confusion or excited about the super specific question. But now thanks to Klum, we have an IRL idea of what it would be like if someone turned into a worm. Verdict: Still lovely.