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Heidi Klum Wore a Plunging, Great Gatsby-Inspired Dress to the 2023 Grammys
The America's Got Talent: All-Stars Judge has impeccable style. See the stunning look for yourself!
Heidi Klum stunned yet again at the 2023 Grammy Awards.
On February 5, the America’s Got Talent: All-Stars Judge posed on the red carpet in a gorgeous, Great Gatsby-inspired gown. The dress had a plunging V-neckline and was decorated with an intricate symmetrical art-deco design. Better yet, it was completed with 1920s-inspired flapper-style fringe that grazed the floor.
Keeping with the gold theme, Klum adorned a selection of shiny, chunky bracelets on both her wrists and wore stappy gold open-toed heels. Her signature blonde locks were let down in a trendy shaggy layered style with long, thick blunt bangs. Makeup-wise, she rocked a seriously sultry black smokey eye and balanced the look with a subtle nude lip.
Klum posted the glamorous look on her official Instagram page that night while standing next to her husband, Tom Kaulitz, who looked dashing in a sleek black suit. “#grammys 2023 date night with my husband 😍🥰,” she captioned the stunning snapshots. We’re officially obsessed!
This isn’t the only time Klum has wowed at a major awards event this year. During the 2023 Golden Globes, she arrived on the red carpet wearing a sparkly, cutout silver mini dress with a bold lavender feather boa wrapped around her neck. She even shared a sweet smooch with her hubby that night, and the couple looked totally in love.
Klum and Kaulitz tied the knot in 2019. “If it feels right when you close your door at home and you know what you have together, I think that is the most important thing,” Klum told SheKnows of their happy marriage in January 2022.
“I feel like you’ve got to do what makes you happy. And he made me happy. And we’re still happy and having a great time together,” she explained to the outlet. "I’ve always kind of gone into things like, ‘Oh, yes! This is it!’ And I feel like this is how you have to live your life. You can’t already, in the beginning of something great, think, ‘Oh, what might happen later down the road?’”