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Tuesday 31 May 2016

Heidi Klum celebrates belated Halloween

Published 29/11/2012

Heidi Klum
Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum is looking forward to hosting her re-scheduled Halloween party this weekend.

The German supermodel's famously decadent spooky bash - originally due to take place on October 31 - was postponed due to the power outages caused by Hurricane Sandy, which hit America's east coast last month.

The Haunted Holidays party will be held at New York City club Finale on Saturday. The event, which promises to be attended by a host of stars, will raise money for the Red Cross' Hurricane Sandy relief effort.

Heidi is also giving her fans a chance to attend the bash by auctioning a pair of tickets on eBay.

Heidi has previously described Halloween as her "favourite holiday" and is famed for donning outrageous outfits each year.

Shortly before her latest party she revealed she would be wearing a stunning Cleopatra outfit designed by Martin Izquierdo.

Heidi was accompanied by a camera crew for her fittings and couldn't hide her excitement.

"I love costumes. This is my first meeting with Martin and this year I would like to be Cleopatra. I want to go big, gold and glittery. I want a lot. And if you think 'a lot', I want a lot more," she explained. "I want to have a mask made where I can have all these Swarovski crystals already laid in and I want tiny, tiny little stones creating the eyebrows, the eyeliner…"

The 39-year-old has previously dressed up as a monkey, an eight-foot-tall alien transformer and a Hindu goddess for Halloween.

Heidi won't be able to party too hard on Saturday night. According to the New York Post, the beauty is scheduled to team up with AOL to help the Red Cross around New York City on Sunday.

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