Heidi Klum’s divorce from Seal seemed so very drama-free … at first. Now things are getting ugly, according to a report in Star magazine. First, Seal contested Heidi twice—first he fought her request for primary physical custody of their kids (he wants equal time), then he said she was wrong when she claimed no joint assets needed to be divided. (There’s quite a bit of difference in their fortunes—Seal is worth just $15 million to Heidi’s $70 million.) But now Heidi’s the one who’s angry, Radar reports. Read more …
As Julie has previously mentioned, leopard print is tough to get right, but it can definitely be done. I think Heidi Klum looks pretty amazing here (I mean, she’s Heidi Klum, so not looking amazing would be a much more difficult endeavor), although I could do without the ruffle hem, and the black leather belt seems a bit heavy to be paired with strappy stiletto sandals. Overall though, I’m going to place this in the “successful leopard print” category. What say you?
Growing up, I was never given any restrictions regarding whether or not I could wear makeup, or how much makeup I was allowed to wear. My parents, who are admittedly pretty laissez faire by most standards, are also the type to choose their battles, and what I put on my face was just not one of them. I expressed interest in products from a hilariously young age — home videos show me at five talking extensively about my mother’s fancy body wash like a regular Suri Cruise — and for all but a few grease-filled tweenage years, I’ve been beauty-crazed ever since. That’s why I find it so difficult to fathom why mothers, particularly those under the relentless and unforgiving eye of the media spotlight, receive so much flack for letting their young daughters wear a little bit of makeup. Keep reading »
How cute and all-American is German-born model Heidi Klum in this blue and red ensemble? I am totally digging this as a go-to outfit for hanging out on the weekend. Let’s make her a citizen just for having such good style! Find out how to get the look, after the jump… Keep reading »
Oh, to be famed supermodel and “Project Runway” host Heidi Klum. When you and I lose our luggage, we get stuck going to Target and buying discount pairs of underwear. When Heidi loses her luggage — or in this particular case, has her luggage stolen at JFK — Michael Kors comes to the rescue, messengering a new dress over to Heidi’s hotel room. And it’s a good thing, too — Heidi was set to appear at a special lunch at Hudson Hotel to shill her Wildlife jewelry collection, the third collection for the Home Shopping Network. At the lunch, Heidi confessed that she works on her jewelry designs on Saturday mornings (that’s exactly what we do, too). “I like to make things that stand out,” said Klum at the event. “I don’t like to make things that you’ve seen before.” [Racked]
Here are your clues: This photo was taken in 1992 when she was 19. She is very, very famous now. This definitely wasn’t her last modeling gig. Still not sure? Get the answer after the jump! Keep reading »
Heidi Klum isn’t the only one taking it all off in the May issue of Allure. The supermodel’s bare bod is joined by those of Maria Menounos, Debra Messing, ”GCB”stunner Leslie Bibb, Taraji P. Henson and ”V” star Morena Baccarin. While Heidi’s pics were shot by Norman Jean Roy, celebrity photographer Patrick Demarcheliergot behind the lens to do the black and white photos of the rest of the women. Check out the pics here!
Heidi Klum hasn’t utter a peep other than a small tweet on January 31 regarding the end of her seven-year marriage to Seal. It seems she’s uncomfortable telling anyone about it, but she’s finally opening up a little. In the latest issue of Elle, the 38-year-old shares her emotions about the whole break. ”I feel like I’m in the eye of the tornado,” she says. “It’s emotions inside of your body that are a tornado. And then the outside world doing all this craziness—with you wanting it or not wanting it—is another tornado… But as hard as it is, so is life. And sometimes I think a curveball just comes at you. Instead of something straight that you catch, it hits you in the head from the side that you didn’t expect.” Read more…
I have no idea when it suddenly became socially passable for dudes to leave the house wearing nail polish, but I do know that I want desperately for this trend to go directly back where it came from and die there. Please, I’m begging you. I can stomach — barely — the chipped remnants of a black polish on a guy, but smoothly lacquered shades of the rainbow? Argh. I never took Seal for the type, yet here he is. The main focus is meant to be the fact that he’s finally forsaken his wedding ring, but I can’t take my eyes off his lemon yellow varnish. Color me baffled. What is he trying to do? What is he trying to say? If the purpose of the polish was to attract attention, then… it worked. But remember, Seal: you’re a single man now, and I don’t know many ladies who would spring for this look on a guy, regardless of how large the bulge is in your bike shorts. [Huffington Post]