October 25, 2017 4:32 PM EDT Heidi Klum‘s annual Halloween soirée has become the stuff of pop culture legend; the invite-only party has become the destination for celebrities to trick-or-treat, get their spook on, and, of course, show off their impressive costumes. While some celebs like supermodel Gigi Hadid opt for tried-and-true costumes like her 2015 take on “Bad Sandy” from Grease, other celebs go all-in with over-the-top ensembles like Chrissy Teigen’s Toddlers and Tiaras confection from 2010. However, no one can top Klum herself, whose elaborate costumes often involve anything from life-size props to prosthetics. See the most memorable celebrity costumes from Heidi Klum’s Halloween parties above.
Most Meta Costume: Questlove coming as a caricature of himself in 2015 is one of the most witty celebrity costumes to date. Gilbert Carrasquillo—Getty Images Most Impressive Use of Body Paint: Cynthia Ervio's 'Avatar'-inspired look in 2016 showed a real commitment to the character — and to body art. Neilson Barnard—Getty Images for Heidi Klum Best Interpretation of Reality TV: Leave it pop culture enthusiast Chrissy Teigen to kill the costume game with this 'Toddlers and Tiaras'-themed get-up in 2010. Jemal Countess—Getty Images Best Classic Halloween Costume: Gigi Hadid nailed the ultimate sex kitten Halloween look - "Bad" Sandy from 'Grease.' Heidi Klum really committed to siren life with some larger-than-life prosthetic curves as Jessica Rabbit. Nicholas Hunt—Getty Images for Heidi Klum Best 'Relationship Goals' Costume: While they were still married in 2006, Seal and Klum came as Eve (Seal) and the serpent with the fruit from the tree of knowledge — gender-bending and allegorical! Jon Kopaloff—FilmMagic Best Interpretation of Food: On more than one occasion, Kyle McLachlan has embodied food realistically and tastefully; in 2016, he came as kale, while in 2011, he came as cheese in a can. Steven A Henry—WireImage Paul Zimmerman—WireImage Most Low Maintenance: Heidi came as herself for her 2016 bash, in what might be the most low-maintenance look that she's had for Halloween yet; not sure if the same can be said for the five models that had to come dressed as her that night. Dimitrios Kambouris—Getty Images for Booking.com Best Case of '90s Nostalgia: Jessica Williams and Danielle Brooks took the cake as Nisi and Mickey, the irrepressible heroines of '90s classic, 'B*A*P*S' Neilson Barnard—Getty Images for Heidi Klum Best Non-Costume Costume: Casper Smart and J. Lo came attired basically like themselves, but with face paint, but still managed to look fabulously on-theme. Andrew Toth—WireImage Best Cartoon Come to Life: Emily Ratajkowski's Marge Simpson was surprisingly realistic, from her yellow body paint to her blue beehive. Andrew Toth—WireImage Most On-Brand: Serena Williams is, arguably, the greatest athlete of all time. So it should come as no surprise that she went for a sporty athletic look for her Halloween costume in 2016. Josiah Kamau—BuzzFoto via Getty Images More Must-Reads From TIME Inside the White House Program to Share America's Secrets Meet the 2024 Women of the Year East Palestine, One Year After Train Derailment The Closers: 18 People Working to End the Racial Wealth Gap Long COVID Doesn’t Always Look Like You Think It Does Column: The New Antisemitism The Best Romantic Comedies to Watch on Netflix Want Weekly Recs on What to Watch, Read, and More? Sign Up for Worth Your Time