Heidi Klum’s sheer dress set its own trend after the German supermodel wore it while she made it to the 2019 ball with her husband Tom Kaulitz.
On Monday, October 28 in New York the love birds were invited to the SoHo’s ironic Cipriani, to attend the annual ball night hosted by Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation. The one which helps advance therapies for leukemia, lymphoma and related cancers.
The pretty little woman, Heidi showed up wearing her flurry voluminous lightweight gown having off shoulders. She looked elegant in her semi-reflective dress with splashes of brown and violet shining color. Accessories added up her beauty with a boxy gray velvet clutch and pencil heeled open toe metallic heels just boosted her confidence as she walked past the black carpet.
While Tom Kaulitz looked charming in his royal blue tuxedo which he paired up with a black t-shirt. The newly married couples were joined by Tom’s identical twin brother Bill Kaulitz, the lead singer in their band Tokio hotel who too showed up wearing a flowing robe-like black suit.
The dress about which people couldn’t stop talking about set a controversial sheer trend. Transparent fashion craze has again made its way back after the innovative idea used in Heidi’s gown by none other than Iris van Herpen’s 2019 winter couture collection. The Dutch fashion designer holds the capability to make perfect use of art and reach beyond boundaries with her innovative complex creations. Thus, more new ideas emerge for elegant ways to set up the trend back.
The event was enlightened by a list of celebrity guests including Coco Rocha, Devon Windsor, Keke Plamer, Star Jones, Angela Simmons, Evan Mock, Jonathan Cheban, Tommy Hilfiger and his wife Dee Hilfiger. The event specially invited those outstanding individuals who took a step towards humanitarian and philanthropist by contributing through donations and supporting cancer research.
A flock of other people dressed in their exceptionally unique fashion showed up but no one’s outlook could obsess the way Heidi’s fashion did.