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Paris Hilton fascinated by Indian fashion

December 1
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Published on 1 Dec. 2012 9:05 PM IST
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International socialite Paris Hilton, who is set to spin the disc as a DJ on the last day of India Resort Fashion Week (IRFW), says she has always been a huge fan of Indian fashion and will walk the ramp for finale designer Shane and Falguni Peacock late Saturday.

“I was always fascinated by Indian fashion and whenever I visit, I make sure to buy something for myself. Last time it was sari that I tried and this time I am walking for Shane and Falguni’s show at the fashion event,” Hilton said, while addressing the media here. She wore a wide-slit printed dress by the designer duo.

This is Hilton’s second visit to India. She visited the country last year to launch her range of handbags and accessories. The 31-year-old is set to sashay down the Indian ramp for the first time in Shane and Falguni Peacock’s creations during the ongoing India Resort Fashion Week Saturday.

“I love their (Shane and Falguni Peacock) designs and this is the reason why I am walking for them. Since my childhood, I was accompanied by my mom to several fashion weeks and that is when I started getting used to fashion. I love everything that is beautiful and this is the reason why I love India for its vivacious and bright colours and designs,” she told IANS.

Apart from catwalk, Hilton is looking forward to her performance Saturday and says she has a bag full of surprises for her Indian fans. She has been brought to India by E-sense Entertainment.

“I am playing electronic, pop and some fun music that I have remixed myself. I am excited to perform in the country that has huge music lovers. Obviously there are some surprises in store but for that you have to wait and watch,” she said.

Hilton also took some time out for shopping.
“I went to spice market and bought some spices. I love Indian food. I also bought trinkets from the local market here for my family and they are just beautiful,” she said.

 
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