Paris Hilton re-creates her iconic 21st birthday dress, 21 years later
24th February 2023

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It’s Paris Hilton’s time to shine.

The new mom treated fans to a blast from the past Thursday, putting a new spin on the iconic silver chainmail dress and matching choker she wore to celebrate her 21st birthday back in 2002.

While her original Julian Macdonald party dress had a plunging halter neckline and daring slit, Hilton updated the style 21 years later by opting for a strapless corseted silhouette — but keeping the sky-high hemline.

The seemingly ageless 42-year-old superstar accessorized with equally sparkly pumps and fingerless gloves, donning a pair of aughts-inspired shield-style sunglasses and later swapping them for a different set of shades covered in — you guessed it — even more crystals.

“As soon I put that dress on, I knew it was iconic,” Hilton told Page Six Style in 2019. “I’d never seen anything like it before, and it was so me. So to see so many people using it as inspiration is just the best.”

Added the star at time, “Imitation is the highest form of flattery.”

The star — who recently welcomed her first child, a son named Phoenix, with husband Carter Reum via surrogate — was celebrating the launch of an interactive Y2K-themed pop-up with Klarna showcasing some of her actual clothes from the early 2000s.

Pieces on display include her lace-up denim corset top and matching pleated skirts from “The Simple Life” as well as some of her most well-known accessories — like her metallic Louis Vuitton Alma bag, bejeweled pink Motorola Razr phone and Paris Hilton fragrances.

Celebrity guests at the event included James Charles (in a pink velour tracksuit, of course), mom Kathy Hilton, Kris Jenner and more.

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