Heidi Klum is completely unrecognizable as she hosts her 14th annual Halloween party as a wrinkled old lady.
Heidi Klum does nothing if not display abundant self-confidence every Halloween: This year's costume saw the supermodel decades in the future as a completely believable, Hollywood-makeup-assisted old lady.
Who's afraid of aging, right? Or maybe it's her scariest costume ever!
Klum posted shots of her transformation throughout the day on her Twitter feed, including makeup artists Bill Corso and Mike Marino applying her facial prosthetics and the end result of gaining raised varicose veins on her legs.
Then she showed it all off on the red carpet on the way into the annual Halloween party she hosts in New York, and you can see it in the video above.
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Last year Klum delayed her annual Halloween party until the Christmas season due to the devastation wrought by Superstorm Sandy. She showed up as Cleopatra and posed with Santa Claus.
Previous costumes have included a cadaver with the skin stripped off, a Transformers-type alien towering over then-husband Seal and a Hindu goddess with multiple arms.
Keep in mind she's not digging through her closet on Halloween morning, hoping to throw together something for the party.
"I don’t really have a system for picking my costume each year, they kind of just come to me," Klum recently told Parade. "It’s definitely not a last-minute decision. It takes months of preparation.”
"[S]eriously," she added, "I’d rather stay home than go out in an uninspired costume."
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