Summer is here, and the Hilton sisters are making the streets of NYC their runway!
Paris and Nicky Hilton put one foot in front of the other as they strolled down the streets of Soho in Downtown Manhattan on Monday, June 21. The Los Angeles natives are in the Big Apple for the Tribeca Film Festival, where Paris’ documentary, “This Is Paris,” was screened over the weekend. The two blonde beauties couldn’t keep the smiles off their face as they flaunted their warm-weather outfits.
Paris looked gorgeous in a layered, white lace dress that matched perfectly with her studded heels and white cat-eye shades. The flowing dress had pronounced shoulders and trim that highlighted her slender waist. Meanwhile, Nicky was all business in a black suit jacket, a cut top that featured a striped bow, and a pair of blue skinny jeans. Her classic black heels matched with her handbag and dark cat-eye shades. Two sisters, two different looks, one awesome time in New York City!
Tribeca Film Festival
The hotel heiresses gladly stopped and posed with fans for pictures as they pounded the pavement. Nicky and Paris looked happy to be in the returning buzz of NYC, which was made sweater by Paris’ documentary screening. The 40-year-old OG influencer posted about how special the evening was. It’s nice that the world is slowly returning to some sort of normalcy… at least celebrity-wise.
“I had the most amazing time last night at the @Tribeca Film Festival! 😍🎥” she wrote on social media. “So proud that #ThisIsParis finally got to be screened! 🥰❤️ It was the ultimate dream watching it on the big screen with my fiancé, my friends and family. Thank you to everyone who supported the film🥰🎞 and helped make it possible and a special thanks to @AlexDeanDirector for directing one of the most important projects of my career. 🙌 #Grateful ☺️ #Blessed ✨ #TribecaFilmFestival”
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‘This Is Paris’
“This Is Paris” originally debuted on YouTube Premium in September of 2020, but it had never been shown on the big screen due to the pandemic. The documentary gives you an inside look at the Paris you know and the Paris you don’t.