Heidi Klum was photographed making the most of the Halloween season while in Los Angeles on Wednesday with help from Dunkin’ Donuts. The “America’s Got Talent” judge was spotted toting several boxes of the brand’s beloved donuts, outfitted in a spooky ensemble to match. The stunt was likely for a promotional campaign of sorts.
Ringing in the fall season, Klum was outfitted in a pair of slouchy black knee-high boots for women. The former Victoria’s Secret Angel’s footwear featured glossy black patent leather uppers accented by knife-like triangular toes and side zipper closures. Thin but sturdy stiletto heels totaling 3 to 4 inches in height finished off the set, offering Klum an added boost.
Knee-high boots, similar to the runway regular’s, are a top style during the fall and winter seasons thanks to their full coverage and versatile nature. Short-heeled leather and suede styles in black, olive, brown and tan colorways are usually the most popular, released in recent collections from top brands including Sam Edelman, Boden, Aquatalia and Dear Frances.
Getting in the spirit of the season, Klum wore a bright orange two-piece comprised of a cropped bandeau top and a coordinating high-waisted maxi skirt. Both the top and bottom were dotted all over with high-shine rhinestones that offered the set a touch of glam. Layered overtop it all, Klum wore a black leather jacket.
Klum’s shoe lineup often includes sleek boots and sandals from brands like Valentino, Dries Van Noten, R13 and The Row. When hitting the red carpet and events circuit, the “Making the Cut” host has also been seen in bold pumps and mules from Gianvito Rossi, The Attico, Femme LA and more top brands.
Klum’s career extends far beyond wearing fashionable shoes; Klum began her career modeling for Victoria’s Secret, Sports Illustrated and Givenchy, and has even founded her own lines of intimates, swimwear, perfumes and clothing with the German grocery store Lidl.