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Paris Hilton walks the runway in Milan

Published 22/09/2016

Paris Hilton
Paris Hilton

The socialite, reality star and DJ appeared as a model in a whimsical fashion show while Fat Joe and Fergie performed.

Paris Hilton returned to life as a runway model on Wednesday night (21Sep16) after strutting her stuff for designer Phillip Plein's Milan Fashion Week show.

The socialite-turned-celebrity DJ is usually among the celebrities in the front row at fashion shows around the world, but this week, she got in on the action as she joined the likes of catwalk regulars Karolina Kurkova and Sara Sampaio to model Plein's latest clothing creations.

Paris wore a black ruched cutout gown with gold chain detailing for her turn on the platform, and completed her look with a pair of thigh-high gladiator sandals, with her blonde hair swept to one side and partly pinned back.

She shared shots of her fashion show experience on Instagram, and alongside one group image taken before she hit the catwalk, she wrote, "Backstage at @PhilippPleinInternational about to #Rock the #Runway with @SaraSampaio @KarolinaKurkova @GeorgiaFowler".

Paris revisited the show, which featured a "ghetto" twist on the Alice in Wonderland theme, on Instagram on Thursday morning (22Sep16), when she posted two side-by-side images of herself as a model, and expressed her joy at being a part of the event.

"Amazing time walking the runway for @PhilippPleinInternational's #AliceInGhettoLand Fashion Show last night in #Milan! #MFW", she captioned the snap.

The Plein show also featured a performance from rapper Fat Joe and pop star Fergie.

Paris, 35, is no stranger to the modelling world. She has previously walked in fashion presentations for top brands including Philippe Treacy, Colcci, and Julien Macdonald, but in recent years, she has been focused more on her career as a top club DJ.

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