Heidi Klum Is Red Carpet Royalty in Gothic Black Gown

The supermodel attended the Baby2Baby Gala in style on Saturday.
Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum.

The annual Baby2Baby Gala always brings out A-listers dressed in their red carpet best, and Heidi Klum hit the Nov. 11 event in West Hollywood, Calif., ready to impress. 

Klum donned a voluminous black frock by Lever Couture for the occasion, which featured a long and luxurious train. The tulle neckline came up to frame the German-American supermodel’s face, which gave the elegant look a chic, Wednesday Addams-inspired vibe. Makeup artist Sabrina Bedrani outfitted the legendary SI Swimsuit star with a bold and beautiful winged smokey eye and peach-nude lip, while hairstylist Lorenzo Martin opted to pull Klum’s hair up and away from her face to let the gown really shine.

The Germany’s Next Topmodel host showed off her glamorous ensemble on Instagram the following day.

“Last night celebrating the amazing work of @baby2baby ❤️,” she wrote in her caption, before praising the brand’s co-CEOs, Norah Weinstein and Kelly Sawyer. “Thank you @norahweinstein @kellysawyer for having me and for all you do. Over 11 million raised for children in need … incredible 🙏.”

The Baby2Baby Gala is an annual philanthropic event held to aid children living in poverty. This year, the brand raised more than $12 million, which will be used to provide basic necessities to children in need.

At the celebration, Salma Hayek was presented with the Giving Tree Award, an honor that is bestowed upon a celebrity mother who helps to embody the brand’s mission on a regular basis. Last year’s recipient was none other than 2022 SI Swimsuit Issue cover star Kim Kardashian.

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