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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Bre on

I LOVE THE OUTFIT SHE HAS ON IT’S HIP YOUNG AND FRESH WITH A BIT OFF SEXINESS BUT NOT TO MUCH. IT’S HOTT FOR GIRLS IN TEENS AND EARLY 20’S!!!

herNzZzkiE (by paris and lindsay) on

she looks great by the way!!!!

shelly on

love the style she is hot

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