“Her kids were especially freaked out when they saw six mommies,” a guest at the party told Page Six.
The costume was so elaborate that each clone had her own bodyguard. The bodyguards did their job too, following their charge everywhere, even to the bathroom. “They completely threw everyone off,” the guest said.
According to Mike Marino of Prosthetic Renaissance, who collaborated with model on this year’s head-turning costume, the project cost “10 million dollars” to create.
“We are open to all new offers!” he told TooFab. When the publication followed up on the estimate, a rep for the company said, “We can never give full details on payment, so we’ll leave it up to your imagination!”
Klum reportedly was considering wearing a political costume this year, like Katy Perry did at Kate Hudson‘s Halloween party. Perry wore a creepily true-to-life Hillary Clinton outfit that looked so good you would have thought that Clinton herself was there. Klum felt (accurately) that political costumes would be overdone this year and opted for the clones instead.
It turned out to be a great idea, as it was one of the best celebrity costumes this year, even if her kids don’t agree.