She was one of many revellers who descended upon Black Rock Desert last week for the iconic Burning Man festival.
And Heidi Klum shared a glimpse at her incredible festival outfits on Tuesday after attending the desert event with her husband Tom Kaulitz and their pals.
The model, 49, flaunted her sizzling physique in a series of skimpy bikinis, including one moon and star patterned two-piece.
She looked sensational in the swimwear that highlighted her toned abs and lithe legs and was teamed with chunky boots and an extravagant lilac hat.
Another snap she shared on Instagram from the festival showed her wearing a leopard print bikini which she teamed with pink neon stockings and a pink wig.
Other snaps showed her riding through the desert on a bike as she held hands with her beau Tom, with her looking stylish in a fluffy pink jacket.
She also posed in a night time shot with her friends as the cycled around and wore bandanas and googles to shield them from the sand.
Leading up to Labor Day, people traveled from across the globe in the thousands to the festival – dressed in eccentric and outlandish outfits to party the week away.
Outside of her modeling career, Heidi is also an adoring mother of four.
Her eldest daughter, Leni Klum, 18, recently moved to New York to attend college and further her modeling career.
‘I am [so proud]. You know, she has her head screwed on right,’ she told ET Online. ‘Right now, college is on top of the list. It’s not modeling, and she’s excited for that next chapter in her life.’
Last week, the model and television personality appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden and revealed that it was Leni’s first day of college.
Sharing her vulnerability with Corden and fellow guest Dave La Chapelle Klum acknowledged that the nerves were creeping in as her daughter, who usually would pick up the phone, hadn’t returned her mother’s call for hours.
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