“You need a stretch [limo] for those moments so you can lay there like this,” Heidi said, making her body go flat. “But then you have bad elbows… It’s always something.
“I wish when you get to the event there’s a little tent, you go in, they can steam and get you ready for you to go out,” Heidi pitched, mentioning that she sometimes has to wait in a car for hours before she can go out and walk the carpet, which can create unflattering lines in her outfits’ material.
JHud had her own idea on how to improve the red-carpet experience. “You’re a supermodel, so you walk in heels all the time… but sometimes I don’t wanna do that,” she said. “By the time you get to a certain point, you can’t feel your feet no more, right?
“He does only upcycling,” said Heidi of the designer. “I wanted to give upcycling a moment on a really big red carpet because all he does is new outfits out of scraps. So everything is scraps, or it’s beads, feathers, anything he can find. Then he makes you something new.
“I thought it was really good for the environment and wanted to give him a moment,” she said.