ICYDK, the 30-year-old beauty queen has been dressing to the nines as one of the guest judges for ABS-CBN's noontime variety show It's Showtime, and among her most recent jaw-dropping looks is a Bratz doll-inspired 'fit featuring a butterfly top and a mini skirt crochet set. Staying true to the theme, her long locks were also gathered in space buns adorned by butterfly clips. She totally nailed the lewk!
That said, there could be no better validation than the one that came straight from the ultimate aughts muse herself. Yup, we're talking about Paris Hilton who set the trend for Juicy Couture tracksuits and luxury it bags back in her heyday and even trademarked her popular catchphrase "that's hot!"
The socialite somehow found her way to TikTok user @unofficialphcrown, which is a dedicated account to Filipina beauty queens. One of its recent posts features Kylie walking her way outside the building sporting her Bratz doll look. To which, Paris couldn't help but leave a comment: "Where is this outfit from?" the famous heiress asked. The 2000s fashion queen asking for deets about Kylie's Y2K-inspired outfit? Trust us, there could be no bigger compliment than that! Bar none.
Shocked, Kylie took to her Instagram stories to share the news, tagging her entire glam team including her stylist Perry Tabora, makeup artist Mikka Marcaida, and hairstylist Renz Pangilinan. "Wait lang @parishilton," she playfully captioned her post. (And tbh, if that happened to us, we'd also need a moment to pinch ourselves for a reality check.)
If you're just as curious about the details of Kylie's outfit, we're here to help! The black and orange set worn by the Miss International was actually from the local brand Cora and Cecila, which specializes in handmade crochet garments. Kylie teamed her look with Prada's Monolith boots and the Italian luxury house's Re-Edition 2005 bag, which was an iconic mini hobo bag that also skyrocketed to fame back in the aughts. Fun fact: Bratz also debuted in 2001! Suffice to say, Kylie's entire look was a tribute to that glorious decade of fashion that Paris practically ruled over. No biggie.
Now that the question has been answered, please feel free to tag Paris. LOL!