Heidi Klum Clowns it Up at the American Music Awards

Posted on November 21, 2016

Call us crazy bitches if you must, but we don’t hate this as much as we probably should:

 

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Is this tacky and crazy and a little clown-like? Yes, yes, and yes. But she’s at the AMAs for one, and it behooves any star in attendance to up their cray game just a little in order to stay competitive in this arena. But the real reason we’re inclined to smile indulgently at this getup is our long history – ten years – of covering Fraulein Klum’s style choices; longer than any single celebrity since we started on her back when we were Project Runway fanbloggers. And for a good long while, her only look was exactly what you’d expect from a Victoria’s Secret/Sports Illustrated body model: tight, short and shiny. And as Heidi’s roles and career expanded and she got a little older, we’ve got to give it to the gal, she evolved her look. She’ll still break out the body looks when Miss Lady feels like it, but she managed something that very few body model types ever really do: she learned how to have fun with her fashion.

This is not tasteful, chic or elegant – but then again, none of those words were ever at the top of any Heidi Klum style brief. But one look at that huge grin and you can see she doesn’t care. Girlfriend came dressed to party and get her picture taken. Done and done.

 

 

Style Credits:
Wolk Morais Metallic Jumpsuit with Bow Detailing from the Fall 2016 Collection

[Photo Credit: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images, vogue.com]

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