“There’s nothing wrong with a nice garter belt. I’m not saying you have to put up a pole in your bedroom and start swinging off the rafters. But I love that sometimes!”
– Heidi Klum tells the July issue of Glamour how to keep things spicy in the bedroom. I’m sure being married to Seal helps. And having a house with rafters from which to swing. I’m not buying the garter belt though — do dudes really dig silly accoutrement like that? I guess I will try it and report back. [Glamour] Keep reading »
On Sunday morning, Kim Kardashian tweeted a photo of her and Heidi Klum dressed up as flappers for Eva Longoria‘s 1920s themed 36th birthday party the night before. Is that moonshine or wine in your snifter, Heidi? And where, oh where, is a shot of the birthday girl? I want to see her and rumored boyfriend Eduardo Cruz. Here’s hoping he was wearing suspenders and a woven straw hat. Keep reading »
What makes famous women take off their underwear? Jay Leno. In a sketch on last night’s show, Ross Matthew asked celebs at the Oscars to contribute something to Jay’s gift bag. Jamie Foxx relinquished his sunglasses; Hayden Panettiere kissed a napkin as a contribution; Tori Spelling talked incessantly about her crotchless Spanx—which, way too much information. And then Heidi Klum made the entire video, offering, “You want my underwear?” She then shimmyed them off underneath her sparkly dress. A woman of her word. Clip above. [PopEater] Keep reading »
“The ultimate beauty secret for a woman getting older is, ‘Don’t be too thin!’ It is always better to have a little meat on your bones. When you are just muscle, you end up being gaunt in the face, and that makes you look older by five or ten years.”
—Heidi Klum in Self magazine. Spoken like a true supermodel who is actually really, really skinny even with “meat on her bones.” She goes on to say that she ran over 120 miles in seven weeks. [PopEater] Keep reading »
Mondo Guerra’s polka-dot maxi dress was a source of contention between the “Project Runway” judges during the finale. Heidi Klum and Jessica Simpson loved it, though Michael Kors and Nina Garcia hated it. Michael even dared Heidi to wear the dress — and she has. Heidi showed up to the AFI Fest 2010 Closing Night Gala screening of “Black Swan” wearing a variation of Mondo’s dress–one without the three-quarter length sleeves and padded shoulders, though. I was a fan of Mondo’s original dress, and I feel like Heidi’s tweaked one is missing that whimsical, high-fashion flair. What do you think? [TooFab] Keep reading »
Well, this is interesting. In the video above, Tim Gunn
is asked what he thought about the “Project Runway”
finale, in which Gretchen was awarded the top prize. Tim explains that host Heidi Klum
asked him who he thought should win and he agreed with her that Mondo was the best choice, but that Heidi couldn’t get Nina Garcia or Michael Kors to budge. In the end, Tim agreed with some random woman in a deli, who told him that Mondo would succeed no matter what, while Gretchen needed the money. And that, my friends, will go down as the real reason Gretchen, who everyone hated for her attitude and hippie dippie designs (except me
), won “Project Runway.” Keep reading »
When it comes to scary supermodels, Heidi Klum has Naomi Campbell beat.
Every Halloween, the “Project Runway” star transforms herself into some of the most terrifying temptresses around, including a gorgeous golden alien, a red-hot witch, and a babealicious bloodsucker.
Believe it or not, even you can look as ghoulishly cool as Klum — and it won’t require a head transplant. In this exclusive, the mother of four reveals her secrets for pulling together a frighteningly fabulous ensemble. Read more … Keep reading »
For over a decade, Heidi Klum has proven herself Halloween’s biggest fan by throwing epic parties and donning over-the-top costumes to match.
The supermodel has dressed as a sexy latex-clad Goth, sexy Betty Boop, horse-riding Lady Godiva, sexy pirate, sexy vampire, sexy apple and serpent, sexy cat, scary Hindu goddess, and a fishnets-wearing black crow.
Now, drum roll, her 2010 costume is … . Read more … Keep reading »
These $88 “genie pants,” part of the Heidi Klum for New Balance collection, are giving me severe middle school flashbacks. My PE teacher wore a very similar pair of heather gray sweats every day as she forced us to do endless laps on the track and laughed as I writhed helplessly on the pull-up bar. At one point she caught wind of my underground revolution urging my classmates to “stroll the mile” rather than run, and she made me sit alone in a corner for the rest of the semester. Who knew she would one day inspire a supermodel to design a capsule collection? Keep reading »