Paris and Nicky Hilton twin in pink sequins at Alice + Olivia Pride party

That’s hot — times two.

Paris and Nicky Hilton brought serious sparkle to Alice + Olivia’s annual Pride party at Terminal 5 in NYC Thursday, hitting the red carpet in custom pink sequined looks from Stacey Bendet’s fashion label.

Paris posed in a shimmering bomber jacket, crop top and micro-miniskirt, while her younger sister opted for a strapless minidress in the same shade. The siblings even coordinated their footwear, going for glittering pumps and crystal-embellished stiletto sandals, respectively.

Paris and Nicky Hilton matched on the rainbow step-and-repeat at Alice + Olivia’s Pride party Thursday night. Getty Images for alice + olivia
Paris wore a pink sequined bomber jacket, crop top and micro-miniskirt, while her younger sister opted for a strapless minidress in the same shade. Getty Images
Both outfits were custom-designed by Alice + Olivia’s Stacey Bendet, who’s been friends with Paris for over two decades. Joe Schildhorn/BFA.com/Shutterstock

It wasn’t the “Paris In Love” star’s only outfit of the evening; later on, she took the stage for a performance of some of her pop hits, clad in a crystallized rainbow minidress styled with matching multicolored Stuart Weitzman boots.

The heiress and entrepreneur debuted her new single, “I’m Free,” during the show, which also included renditions of “Stars Are Blind,” “Nothing In This World,” “Turn It Up” and “Hot One.” Ever on brand, she even sipped from a bedazzled water tumbler in between songs.

And Paris’ performance was a family affair; Nicky was front row with daughters Lily-Grace Victoria, 7, and Theodora “Teddy” Marilyn, 6, and we spotted the trio dancing and singing along to every tune.

Paris later took the stage for a performance of some of her pop hits, clad in a crystallized rainbow Alice + Olivia minidress styled with matching multicolored Stuart Weitzman boots. Getty Images
Guests were greeted by drag queens dressed in the star’s most iconic outfits from years past — from her “Simple Life” double denim look to her pink Juicy Couture tracksuit to her bedazzled 21st birthday party dress. Getty Images

They weren’t the only ones hyping up the elder Hilton sis throughout the night.

The event’s dress code was “any era of Paris Hilton,” and guests were greeted by drag queens dressed in the star’s most iconic outfits from years past — from her “Simple Life” double-denim look to her pink Juicy Couture tracksuit to her bedazzled 21st birthday party dress.

As Paris herself once told Page Six Style, after all, “imitation is the highest form of flattery.”