Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 13 July 2014

Paris Hilton shows off wardrobe

Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton has given a guided tour of her closet.

The heiress opened up the doors to the vast number of designer gowns, furs and extensive shoe collection she has built up over the years.

Paris has split her wardrobe into areas, such as one which is dedicated to shoes and another red carpet ensembles.

"There's this one dress that I really love, its Donatella Versace, I got it in Paris during Couture Fashion Week and I wore it to the shows. It's just gorgeous, simply beautiful," Paris told

"I'm also obsessed with this Cavalli dress, it's so heavy because of all the crystals and beading. It is so stunning."

The 31-year-old has put her style experience and love of clothes into her own fashion designs.

Paris showed off one pair of strappy purple high heels that are part of her footwear line's new collection.

"These are all my furs, no they are not real, and these are all shoes from my line, these are new. I love them [the purple strappy heels] because of the hot neon pink lining because it's one of my favourite colours," she gushed. "And these bow ones are adorable and we make them in every colour."

Paris has brought out so many branded fashion and beauty lines that she has been able to launch her self-titled stores in over 40 destinations worldwide. Paris continued her closet tour by showcasing some of the other new lines she's been creating.

"We have my handbag line, this is one of the new designs, my fragrances, my new sunglass line," Paris explained. "[I'm a big sunglasses girl] they are my favourite accessory. Every time I am craving buying something it's something I love to wear."

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