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Inside the NYC Penthouse Where Halloween Queen Heidi Klum Prepped for Her Party

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Heidi Klum is known for throwing incredible Halloween parties, and for going above and beyond with her own spectacular costumes. The last few years have seen her transform into a cartoonish Jessica Rabbit, a giant butterfly and a startlingly realistic old lady. This year, for her annual fete on Halloween night Klum “cloned” herself, appearing with five remarkable lookalikes in identical beige-and-white bodysuits and thigh-high boots.

The surprise costume certainly required fewer prosthetics than the supermodel has used in the past: “It’s not all that glamorous. Last year, I was Jessica Rabbit, it took two hours to disassemble that,” Klum told The Cut at a recent amfAR gala.

Courtesy Booking.com
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But decking out six beauties still required much more square footage than your typical DIY glam station in a hotel room. So Booking.com thoughtfully gifted the mom of four with a stay at a stunning NYC penthouse where she and her squad of supers could prepare for the party.

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Courtesy Douglas Elliman

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The stunning residence is located in the Soho Gallery Building at 94 Thompson Street in one the city’s most fashionable neighborhoods. The three-bedroom, 3,300-square-foot home contains a glass-enclosed zen garden, a rooftop terrace and a keyed elevator. Outside, Heidi and her doppelgängers enjoyed panoramic views of the skyline from 2,2000 square feet of outdoor living space.

If Heidi found herself feeling quite at home in the space, she could also purchase it for a pretty penny. The residence is currently listed with Douglas Elliman‘s Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon for $16 million.