Ghostly goblins’ and monsters’ faces carved in real pumpkins are set to haunt guests at Heidi Klum's 12th annual Halloween party.
Created by artists Ray Villafane and Bergholtz, these elves’ face sculptures were displayed during an exhibition in the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino in Las Vegas Wednesday.
The pumpkins will be displayed at Klum's Halloween party, which the supermodel-turned-actress will host at the Venetian's TAO Nightclub Monday.
Klum's Halloween party has been held annually for 12 years now and has earned a reputation as a fun event, for which celebrities come dressed in various costumes.
Klum herself never leaves a stone unturned in keeping the Halloween spirit high. She does her best to create the perfect haunting effect to her parties as she wears some of the eeriest costumes around. Her cat costume was quite the highlight of the eighth edition of the party, as was her ensemble as the Hindu goddess Kali the following year.
Reports have it that this year, the 38-year-old will sport a bodysuit with anatomical designs to provide the illusion of a dead body, the skin of which has been ripped off.
Well, the costume sure does sound spooky enough but we won't know for sure until Oct. 31.
Meanwhile, have a look at the ghostly pumpkins that are sure to add spookiness to the event.