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Paris Hilton in 2 B Free

Brooke Burns

Fashion Week Fall 2005

In true Hollywood fashion, Tinsletown joined the ranks with fashionistas, models, and today's hottest designers to make Fashion Week Los Angeles Fall 2005 the must-see event of the season. But, it was another great city, New York, that stole the limelight, as the Big Apple's style and creative talent became the de rigueur influence this year.

2 B Free Spring Collection 2006

With a Paramount Studios New York back lot setting the scene, fashion label 2 B Free put on an edgy production, featuring none other than fashion diva Paris Hilton. This showcased the line's Spring 2006 collection.

2 B Free designers Cedric Benaroch and Yves Benarochs are famous for funky, bright, and ultra comfortable clothing that seamlessly combine casual wear and cutting edge style. These are clothes you club in all night and then wear to breakfast without missing a beat–it's all about how your attitude carries the look. Paris definitely had her attitude working on the catwalk... along with her pet ferret, Cinderella.

Fashion forward celebrities Nicky Hilton, Mischa Barton, Rachel Bilson, Haylie Duff, Marieh Delfino, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jesse Metcalfe, Joaquin Phoenix, and Christine Peters attended.

What’s Next, Who’s Next

Perhaps the most coveted ticket during Fashion Week Los Angeles was What’s Next, Who’s Next, which showcased up-and-coming designers Carilyn Vaile, Frye Boots, Purp7e, J and Co., 2xist, and Donna L'oren. The New York style fashion event was hosted by 100.3 "The Beat" radio personality Ananda Lewis at the Mondrian Hotel, Skybar.

Also, The Hot Moms Club put on its first-ever "Redefining Motherhood" fashion show, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Good Sheppard Shelters for Battered Women. Celebrity moms Brooke Burns, Jann Carl, Allison Sweeny, Natasha Henstridge, Jane Seymour, Cher, Kelly Preston, Carrie-Anne Moss, Geena Davis, Vanessa Marcil, and Celine Dion were all invited to participate.

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