Paris Hilton Hits the Runway in L.A. Fashion Week

03/21/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

Paris Hilton may be an international star – movies, TV, music and millions of paparazzi pictures to show for it. But at Monday’s 2B Free fashion show in Hollywood, Hilton did what she first gained notoriety for — walking the runway like a seasoned pro. Hilton, who has modeled for L.A.-based 2B Free two years in a row, she tells PEOPLE that she loves the casual line because “it’s comfortable, colorful.” Hilton’s pal Caroline D’Amore also sashayed the runway with her, as front-row pals Brandon Davis and Elisha Cuthbert cheered them on. Asked if she was nervous before the show (as if you thought she might ever get stage fright), Hilton told PEOPLE, “No, I love doing this!” Off the runway, Hilton says she’s back to shooting another installment of her reality show with Nicole Richie. “Just working on The Simple Life, doing that for the next couple weeks — a lot of fun!” Hilton says. “It’s been great. I’m really happy.”

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Sara on

I am not a Paris fan myself, but I do think she looks great in this outfit! I Love it!

Tiffanie on

Two words, “She can!!!!!!!!”

Krystal on

Love yah Paris…she is gorgeous and has the body to flaunt it any way she wants! Absolutely loooove Paris!

Heather on

Not a fan but she does look really good here. And she in no way shape or form looks fat. I would kill to have her body.

Ricardo on

Paris Hilton is NOT an international star – she is simply a product that is virtually useless yet, bizarrely popular. She does look very happy and carefree in this shot – thankfully those ridiculous sunglasses cover most of her face. She doesn’t really have a style of her own (unless skanky trailer trash is an actual style), she just wears whatever happens to be the style of the moment. I can’t imagine why any designer would want her as a model for their hard work. The only reason that this self-absorbed, waste of carbon’s size 12 pontoons ever touched a runway is because her last name is Hilton. With one droopy eyelid, a nonexistant top lip and box-shaped head, this Barbie wannabe is the worst possible role model for any young girl or woman. She has no talent as a singer or actor but, she is an amazing marketing machine!

alexis on

hey paris i just wanted to know that you are my insperation!!!!!lol…i love you!!!!!!i wish to buy your new perfume!!!!cant wait to get it!!!!!!!!!lol…love alexis from Sanger…..:)

Melissa G on

Can’t stand her with or without clothes. Money definitely does not equate talent. Dropping off the face of the earth would be a pleasant occasion.

Angela on

Paris Hilton’s album just went Gold !!!
As of March 30,2007 she sold 607 375 copies and it’s still going strong.

Apparently, Paris has also landed the part of Superman’ cousin Kara.

Paris Hilton does well in just about everything she undertakes to do.
And she certainly looks very good in whatever she wears.

AnnieM on

I’m way-late on this, but for some bizarre reason I have no issue with Ms. Hilton. If I looked like her I’d walk down the street naked every day (well, maybe every other day).

Jo on

i really like paris. im kind of a bigger girl and a tomboy but i do like some girly stuff. I love the simple life and i learned from paris that you can do anything you set your mind to and look good doing it.

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