Paris Hilton Debuts Striking Short Haircut And Now, We Want A Bob With Bangs

The star looks unrecognisable for her latest campaign.


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Paris Hilton is the latest star (and probably, most unexpected!) to join the short hair brigade, ditching her mega long locks and sweeping side fringe for a short, sleek bob and full fringe.

Yep, it’s an unexpected move from the heiress who’s known for her signature ponytails, but it’s certainly a change we’re embracing and one that comes with reason.

Explaining that the new look is for the Lanvin campaign, it’s believed that the inspiration behind it was to show Paris like she has never been shown before, says creative director Bruno Sialelli. Bruno was inspired by the 1950’s portraits of New York City’s society women, who were referred to a “swans” for this campaign.


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“This campaign interprets the modern-day swan – the influencer,” the campaign reads. “Bruno Sialelli chose Paris Hilton as the incarnation of this mediatic era in today’s society being at its origin. Paris Hilton installed a new paradigm based on self-generated way of communicating which influenced and inspired new generations, amplified by social networks and mainstream media,” the post adds.

Now, although it looks like Paris’ new do’ is the work of one high quality wig, styled by hairstylist to the stars, Jimmy Paul, the new look is a welcomed change and one we’re hoping the star might opt for moving forward?

After all, we’re seeing a wreath of stars go short these days from Gal Gadot to Molly-Mae Hague, ditching their stennos and opting for au naturale hair.


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And tbh, we do know that Paris isn’t afraid of a bob, after all she rocked one for a while, even going as far as a pixie cut in the noughties and so, as Y2K fashion is all the rage again, is it time to bring back the short do’ more permanently?

All in favour say I.


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