Heidi Klum’s 2011 Halloween costume revealed!
The supermodel brings her famous party to Las Vegas October 29
Thu, Oct 27, 2011 (midnight)
It’s a few days before Halloween, and I’m costumeless. I have ideas, sure, but none of them are quite right; none of them pack that combination of creepy and eye-catching that I crave. None of them are good enough for Heidi Klum.
See, Heidi Klum is my Halloween idol. Three hundred and sixty-four days a year she’s a super-hot supermodel with an annoyingly cute accent. But come October, Seal’s main squeeze transforms into an ancient noblewoman, an Indian goddess or a giant robot. She doesn’t need to be a sexy insert-occupation/animal-here, because being sexy is her occupation. Halloween is Heidi’s chance to do something different. And this year, she’s revealing more than ever before.
On October 29, Klum will host her 12th annual Halloween bash at Tao with DJ ?uestlove. Las Vegas Weekly got an exclusive peek at the Visible Woman outfit she’ll be wearing to the party, as well as a dose of Klum’s philosophy on the holiday.
- Heidi Klum's Halloween Party
- October 29, 10 p.m.
- $50 men, $30 women
- Tao Nightclub, 388-8588
“As grown-ups, we often take life way too seriously,” she says. “I feel like Halloween gives us the ticket to be silly for the night and dress up as crazy as we want to.”
Silly isn’t quite how I’d describe this Visible Woman bodysuit created by renowned costume designer Martin Izquierdo, who’s also made costumes for Broadway productions, the wings for Victoria’s Secret runway shows and the stunning pair of wings model Selita Ebanks wore in Kanye West’s short film Runaway.
“An artist literally painted each vein and blood cell on my body. He studied the human body and had research all around him so he would know where to place all of the muscles and veins on the bodysuit,” Klum says. “It’s really quite a work of art!”
And it’s got quite a canvas, too.
In the spirit of Venice, The Venetian is a little piece of romantic Italy right here in Las Vegas. The Venetian is an "all-suite" hotel, with rooms accented with plush linens and Italian marble. The 4,027 suites are divided into two towers: The 36-story Venetian Tower that offers guests a taste of luxurious Las Vegas and the Venezia suites, which guarantee 12 floors of high-end elegance. The top five floors are the hotel's highest level of luxury with its private access, concierge lounge, upgraded features and even a dedicated staff.
The flagship of Venetian nightlife is TAO, an ultra-hip nightclub located inside of TAO Asian Bistro. V Bar is The Venetian's super smooth ultra lounge, made by the owners of New York City's club Lotus and Los Angeles' super swank Sunset Room.
The Venetian features 19 restaurants including Thomas Keller's award-winning French restaurant Bouchon, Mario Batali's B&B Ristorante, Aquaknox for fresh seafood and the 42,000 square foot TAO Asian Bistro. There's also the food court inside the Canal Shoppes for those looking for a quick bite.
Guests can float along The Grand Canal Shops in an authentic Italian gondola ride and pass stores like Burberry and Kenneth Cole along the way. And if you haven't caught a real celeb, on the street in Vegas, you can head over to Madame Tussauds to check out a wax version.