Heidi Klum Wows Fans as Cleopatra, Donates to Sandy Relief Efforts

Heidi Klum channeled Cleopatra during her Haunted Christmas party over the weekend.

The supermodel was forced to postpone her annual Halloween bash in New York City due to Hurricane Sandy.

Despite its delay, Saturday's costume fete appeared to have been a success and even benefited charity by helping raise money for the Red Cross' clean-up effort.

Donning an impressive Egyptian-inspired headpiece and a black wig, Klum paired a gold gown with intricate bead make-up.

"Getting ready with Bill Corso for my Haunted Holiday Party," Klum wrote on Twitter along with a photo of her makeup artist applying the sparkling beads to her face and lips.

Klum also posted a photo of the hundreds of beads applied to her face before adding a picture of the final result.

"I'm on my way," the "Project Runway" host posted to the micro blogging site.

The bash saw guests such as "Katie" talk show host Katie Couric and Russell Simmons, among many others.

"Stopped by @HeidiKlum's postponed Halloween party last night," wrote Couric.

She later added, "@HeidiKlum with her costume designer and me & @unclerush as Run-D.M.C.!!"

Following the party, Klum visited New York residents of Lindenhurst and Seaford on Sunday, where many are still suffering from damage caused by the hurricane.

"In Lindenhurst, New York celebrating their tree lighting and handing out toys," Klum posted to Twitter.

One Twitter user replied to the model, writing, "Thank u [you] for taking the time to come to Lindenhurst after everything everyone's been through."

Klum then replied: "What an inspiring community!"

Another one of Klum's followers on the social media site wrote, "So much respect for you and what you did for the kids of Lindenhurst tonight. Your selflessness was as beautiful as you are!"

Klum replied, "thank you very much."

The Victoria's Secret model also posted, "Thanks AOL, Patch PR, Red Cross & Babies R Us for a truck filled with much needed supplies for the people in Seaford, NY."