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Paris Hilton's New York Fashion Week Appearance Was A Pink Dream

Go ahead, cue up Stars Are Blind.

You may not know the name Christian Cowan-Sanluis just yet. But, that's about to end right now. Paris Hilton, you see, made the most delicious appearance at his debut New York Fashion Week show.

Yes, the queen of the early aughts walked the runway—but wait. She did it to George Michael's "Freedom." (Okay, freak out now.) Vogue described Christian's buoyant collection as a "glitter fest" filled with cropped tops, transparent trousers, and a body-sized fishnet stocking. Who better to walk in the name of party-girl-style femininity than Paris?

To inspire her runway saunter, Paris conjured images of the classics. "I have visuals of Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer, and all the supermodels back in the day," the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills niece told Vogue. I think of them and try to have those vibes as I’m walking."

A photo posted by Paris Hilton (@parishilton) on

A photo posted by Paris Hilton (@parishilton) on

She walked the runway twice. For her first look, she wore a miniscule, baby-pink crop top with a matching pencil skirt. (Of course she did!) The whole look was littered with oversize, gold-foil stars. Paris has a thing for stars, remember.

Baby, I'm perfect for you.

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For the finale, Lady Hilton wore a gown that made her look like she'd descended to earth on a moonbeam, then splished around in a glittering bubble bath. Pause to acknowledge the tiara. Well, that cinches it. We need much, much more Paris in our lives, so please tell us that documentary is coming out soon.

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