Paris Hilton didn't wear underwear to her birthday party at Los Angeles' Greystone Manor on Saturday night (15.02.14).
Paris Hilton didn't wear underwear to her birthday party on Saturday (15.02.14).
The socialite and businesswoman celebrates turning 33 today (17.02.14) but held a party this weekend at Greystone Manor in Hollywood, and arrived at the event in a pink gown by Alon Livne which was slit so high on the thigh, it would have revealed the band of any undergarment.
Explaining her fashion choice, she wrote on Instagram: ''Love my beautiful #Birthday dress! Thank you alonlivne! I feel like a princess!!
''Yes! I know! My dress has a very high cut slit! And that's because it's a dress straight off the runway! I saw it in my friend @AlonLivne's #NYFW fashion show & I just knew it would be the perfect #Birthday dress! Loves it! #CoutureRunwayBarbie (sic)''
Paris - who is also an aspiring singer and DJ - also performed at the party, and was very impressed by the crowd's reaction.
She wrote on Twitter: ''#YES! #Killedit tonight with my set at @Greystone_Manor! Never seen LA rage so hard at an LA club! So happy you all loved my set so much! (sic)''
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