Heidi Klum believes in flaunting it if you have it. The Project Runway host showed off her toned legs at the Golden Globes in a white thigh-high Alexandre Vauthier dress. But tongues soon started wagging when the slit of the dress started riding a bit too high for comfort.
A month later, Klum once again stole the limelight at Elton John's after-Oscars party in a cleavage-baring golden gown by Julien Macdonald. During the function, she told the New York Post that though she received a lot of compliments for the dress, people weren't looking into her eyes when they described the dress' beauty.
"It's a little low-cut. I'm worried about it because my boobs could fall into my dinner, so I'm being very careful."
Klum admitted her worry despite stitching up the slit of the gown to avoid a wardrobe malfunction. The supermodel recently revealed to E! News that the dress revealed much more than she wanted to flaunt, and she used her handiwork to make the dress a bit more comfortable.
"I loved this designer and I loved this dress because it was very form-fitting," Klum told E! News. "To be honest, the slit was, like, all the way down to my belly button. I actually closed it a lot!
"I was kind of worried that, if I would have left it like this, that, you know, an accident might have happened," she added, admitting that she does not know if the designer was happy with her decision.
Macdonald would not be displeased with the minor change as Klum had been a loyal follower of the designer for a number of years. In 2013 itself Klum had worn the designer on more than one occasion and she had worn a futuristic design by Macdonald's for Elton John's after-Oscars party in 2011 also. The same year, she once again chose Macdonald for the Grammys where she showed off her stunning figure in a low-back gold sequin dress.