For her latest on-set look for “Germany’s Next Topmodel,” Heidi Klum decided to give fall’s biggest footwear a daring upgrade.
The former model herself paused to show off her camera-ready ensemble on the series’ set in Berlin earlier today, including the coziest oversize hoodie. The zip-up design comes from one of Klum’s favorite labels, Moschino; with a soft cotton fabric and a cuffed finish, the sweatshirt retails for $1,130 on the brand’s website.
To balance out the cropped hem of her top, Klum made sure to cover up in a set of the wildest lace-up boots. The design also comes from Moschino and takes inspiration from classic work boot silhouettes. Hitting about mid-thigh, the lifted pair features a lug-sole finish as well as a 5-inch Louis wood heel with suede uppers. Though the thigh-high iteration isn’t currently available, a shortened version of the Moschino Combat Trekking boots retail for $1,075 at Farfetch.com.
Combat boots, work boots and hiking-inspired styles are the new norm amongst celebrity style trends, experiencing a revitalization along with a dew other silhouettes from the 1990s. From brands like Prada, Bottega Veneta and, of course, Dr. Martens, these lug-sole boots offer ease of wear with a grungy-chic appeal. This season, you’ll spot utilitarian boots on the likes of Kylie Jenner, J-Lo, Gwen Stefani and more major stars.
Earlier this year, Heidi Klum completed her bout serving as a judge on her NBC talent series as well as the co-host of Amazon Prime’s series “Making the Cut” this year alongside her former “Project Runway” co-star Tim Gunn; the competition series profiled up and coming designers with winning styles added to shop live every week to Amazon. She also has served as the host and executive producer of the aforementioned “Germany’s Next Topmodel” since 2006.
Before her TV stardom, Klum kicked off her career modeling for the likes of Jordache, Victoria’s Secret and Sports Illustrated as well as founded her own swimwear and intimates lines. In her shoe closet, you can find everything from towering Christian Louboutin pumps to embellished Birkenstock “ugly” sandals as well as unconventional fish-style rubber slippers.