Heidi Klum looked stunning in a figure-hugging, gold dress at Fair Oscars celebration in Beverly Hills

Heidi Klum looked stunning with her husband, Tom Kaulitz, as they attended the star-studded Vanity Fair Oscars celebration in Beverly Hills on Sunday. The German-American model, 50, and Tokio Hotel guitarist, 36, have been keeping busy throughout Hollywood’s biggest night, including an appearance earlier in the evening at Elton John’s viewing party.

She flaunted the stunning dress as she was also joined by her husband, Tom - who opted to wear the same ensemble he had worn at the previous event

The couple, who married in 2019, also dressed up for the second event, which included other celebs such as Margot Robbie and Demi Moore. Klum changed her clothes from earlier and looked stunning in a figure-hugging, gold dress with numerous cuts on the front to highlight her toned form. The costume also included a thigh-high slit on the right side, as well as an additional cutout on the left leg for a sensual look.

The America’s Got Talent judge wore open-toed gold shoes that matched the gown’s color palette. Her blonde hair was fashioned with a damp look and combed back away from her face to keep any loose strands from falling on her face. The model completed her appearance with a set of dangly earrings with gold, star-shaped accents and gold rings on both of her hands.

Heidi’s makeup was glammed up for the festivities, with a layer of mascara on her lashes and a smokey shadow around her eyes. A subtle blush was applied to her cheekbones, and a nude-colored, matte tint was applied to her lips for the final touch. She also had a small gold clutch bag in her hand to contain a few items she needed at the party.

Klum flaunted the exquisite gown, and she was accompanied by her husband, Tom, who chose to wear the same outfit he had worn to the previous event. The musician wore black slacks and a black button-up that was left unfastened around the collar.

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