Now this is sliving.
Paris Hilton sported a perfectly pink fur accented vest and matching skirt to the Chanel show at the Grand Palais Ephemere Tuesday.
Hilton, 42, hit Paris Fashion Week alongside her socialite sister Nicky Hilton Rothschild, 39, as the pair had another high-fashion day out and about in the City of Light.
The former reality star stunned in a traditional suit set with a sassy spin as the black skirt suit included magenta fur trimming around the hem that matched the rows of hot pink fur lining her vest as well.
Paris wore the vest over a logo-printed long-sleeved sheer shirt and cinched her waist with two Chanel belts, toting a little black bag and showing off black pumps adorned with the brand’s signature camellia flower.
The Hilton heiress wore her long locks down in her go-to tousled waves and finished the look with rows of Chanel necklaces.
Fans were loving the look, with one comparing her to Elle Woods and another writing, “Paris fashion week, YOUR week.”
Meanwhile, Nicky looked elegant in a classic white Chanel tweed and feather jacket, paired with a miniskirt and matching tweed bag.
She wore her long hair up in a high ponytail, adding cat-eye sunglasses and black and white strappy sandals to finish the perfectly preppy ensemble.
The Hilton sisters joined A-listers including “Daisy Jones and the Six” stars Riley Keough and Camila Morrone, Jennie Kim, Brie Larson, Chris Rock, Penelope Cruz and more in the front row.
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And they weren’t the only celebrities — plenty of top models rocked the catwalk, including Gigi Hadid and Leonardo DiCaprio’s current girlfriend Vittoria Ceretti.
This isn’t the “Simple Life” alum’s first Chanel show; Hilton hit the design house’s resort show in May wearing a perfectly preppy pink tweed skirt suit paired with layered pearl necklaces and a classic Chanel bag.
The new mom is really putting the Paris in Fashion Week this month, having made appearances both in the front row and on the catwalk for various French designers over the past few days.
On Monday, she walked the runway at the Mugler presentation in a black corseted look with shoulder pads that was a departure from her usual colorful styles.
She also made an impact at Balenciaga, choosing a sheer and sparkling black long-sleeve maxi dress and oversized sunglasses.
At the Valentino show, Paris returned to her Barbiecore roots in a bright pink glittering tweed minidress paired with a matching mini-bar and white sunglasses.
Paris might not be living the “Simple Life” anymore, but she’s certainly proving she’s still a style icon.