Paris Hilton is dropping an extremely 2000's-esque clothing line... and we need it

Our prayers have been answered.

By Jonah Waterhouse
Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton's style history comprises of outfits that basically shaped the 2000's. Who could forget the über-mini denim skirt trend? The mayhem of metallic Louis Vuitton? The Von Dutch/Ed Hardy obsession? Yep, all were practically invented by Queen P.

As only an icon could, Paris has descended from the heavens to save 2018 fashion — in the form of a new collaboration with, dropping next week. Loves it, a lot.


The newly-engaged heiress (and eternal style emblem) is dropping the affordable, 2000's-friendly line with the British e-retailer come next Wednesday June 20, so mark your pink diaries.

Oh, and the best part? There won't be a single product over $100.

Featuring an abundance of leopard-print, diamantés and, of course, plenty of pink, the collection is about as Paris-centric as it gets — and perfectly in tune with the 2000's style mania that's currently sweeping the Internet (note: Instagram accounts @shesvague and @2000s.era).

The collection announcement comes only a few weeks after Paris proclaimed her frustration with 2018 style — tweeting on May 17 "The early 2000's was such a fun & iconic era for fashion. People didn't have stylists & actually had personal style. Now everyone kinda looks the same!????"

Paris also continually shares photos of her best 2000's style moments via Twitter and Instagram — proving her signature aesthetic has barely changed over the years.

It's safe to say our shopping carts will be brimming come June 20.