Heidi Klum Flaunts Curves in Glam Gown at Star-Studded Albie Awards

The supermodel attended the festivities at the New York Public Library on Sept. 28.
Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum.

George and Amal Clooney hosted the Clooney Foundation for Justice’s second annual Albie Awards at the New York Public Library on Sept. 28, and the event brought out plenty of celebrities dressed to the nines.

Heidi Klum turned heads on the event’s red carpet in a sparkly nude-and-black gown that hugged her curves perfectly. The supermodel’s gown featured intricate beaded detailing, a sweetheart neckline and a small train. Klum allowed her incredible dress to be the focal point of her look, and opted for minimal jewelry—just a few rings adorning her red-painted fingers. Her glam included a smokey eye and frosty pink lip, and the 50-year-old wore her signature blonde locks in a sleek and straight blowout. 

Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum on the Albie Awards red carpet on Sept. 28.

Klum shared a brief clip from the event on Instagram the same evening, as she posed for photographs with fellow America’s Got Talent judge, actress and friend Sofia Vergara. Model Kate Moss, beauty entrepreneur Charlotte Tilbury and producer Mark Ronson were also among the group.

“Gorgeous 😍,” Loni Baur commented on the reel.

“Omg you and Sofia look like the sun and the moon - absolutely gorgeous 😭😭🫶🫶,” a fan gushed of the pair’s ensembles. Vergara opted for a strapless black sparkly jumpsuit with wide legs for the occasion. “I love you on agt ✨✨🫶🫶🤩.”

While Klum didn’t include any glam team credits in her post, she typically works with stylist duo Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn, as well as hairstylist Lorenzo Martin and makeup artist Linda Hay.

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