Paris Hilton hits the runway for Versace

That’s haute.

Paris Hilton closed Versace’s runway show on Friday during Milan Fashion Week, modeling a sparkling pink dress reminiscent of her iconic 21st birthday party frock.

While Hilton’s original was made by Julien Macdonald, the metallic mini has inspired plenty of designers in the decades since, with versions popping up on celebrities including Kendall Jenner and Simone Biles.

Nicky Hilton even recreated her sister’s 2002 style for Halloween in 2018.

On Versace’s catwalk, Paris accessorized with Barbiecore-pink pumps and her signature fingerless gloves, topping it all off with a matching veil — perhaps in a nod to her November 2021 wedding to Carter Reum.

However, the “Simple Life” star wasn’t the only bride on the runway; Bella Hadid and several other models similarly sported colorful veils with their outfits.

Paris Hilton
The star’s glittering mini was reminiscent of her 21st birthday look, with a veil to top it off.
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Although Hilton hasn’t hit the runway since before she became a wife, she’s no stranger to the model life. She made her catwalk debut at 16 years old for Heatherette, and has since walked for The Blonds, Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty, Christian Cowan, Philipp Plein and more.

In the front row sat supportive sibling Nicky along with Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Graham, Alessandra Ambrosio and Chloe Cherry.

Fresh off her breakup with Leonardo DiCaprio, Camilla Morrone also attended as models including Emily Ratajkowski, Irina Shayk — and, coincidentally, DiCaprio’s rumored new flame, Gigi Hadid — strutted their stuff.

This is just the beginning of Milan Fashion Week, with the sure-to-be-star-studded Dolce & Gabbana show set for Saturday morning. Hilton’s former BFF Kim Kardashian has already started posting tons of teaser content ahead of the spectacle, with sister Khloé Kardashian and mom Kris Jenner hinting that they’ll be in Italy as well.

Perhaps Hilton and Kardashian will walk the runway together for Dolce — or simply sit together in the front row.

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