‘Project Runway’ creator and supermodel mogul Heidi Klum has no reason to be shy about her bangin’ body at age 38 and she tells PopEater that she thinks women should feel proud to wear a bikini — or even less — at any age.
“I love tanning my body and I don’t love tan lines necessarily. I don’t think too much about what other people think or if they think this woman is too old to wear just a bikini or a bikini bottom. I come from Europe so I’m not American,” Klum told us at Wednesday night’s event for her cover of the biggest issue of Hamptons magazine ever at STK in NYC. “It is very different here than it is German or Italy. I grew up with men wearing Speedos on the beach and topless women on the beach at any age.”
Klum, who has a new line of sneakers with New Balance, has been running four miles a day and blogging about it on her new AOL site. Heidi recently went running with soon to be married Kim Kardashian but the pair didn’t chat much about Kim’s upcoming nups.
“I don’t think she needs any advice. She’s so smart and sexy and she knows exactly what she wants,” Klum said. Will she be invited to the big day?
“I don’t know,” she laughed. “We’ll see.”
Klum was similarly tight-lipped about the upcoming season of Project Runway (where Kardashian is guest judging!) but she did tell us things will be pretty fierce.
“There are some bloody knees and fainting,” Klum confessed.
Miley Cyrus fans took in a great show at the Sydney Acer Arenaon Saturday, but Miley also took in some hot Aussie fashion as local celebritynail stylist Zoe Vokis Minxed the superstar for the Australian leg of her GypsyHeart Tour.
“Miley wanted something really special and unique for her fingersand toes, and had already asked if I could provide Minx” said Sydney-based Zoe,whose impressive roster of A-list clients include Miranda Kerr, Terry Biviano,Tani Atkinson, Tony & Guy and Australia’s Top Model. Zoe’s work is also showcased throughout topmagazines such as Grazia and Harpers Bazaar and her unique defining details havebecome her signature in the industry.
“Miley chose avariety of patterns, including Skull and Crossbones, MinxLusion Fishnet, andthe Metallic Union Jack, but I also used a layering technique combining YellowChrome with Minx SnakeSkin to create a completely unique accent. The end result was a wild and funky look thatMiley loved, saying it “totally rocked!”
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