Paris Whitney Hilton
Richard Howard Hilton
Paris Whitney Hilton is an American socialite, businesswoman and fashion designer. She is the great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton, the founder of Hilton Hotels. Born in New York City and raised in California and New York, Hilton began a modeling career as a teenager when she was with Donald Trump´s modeling agency. Her hard-partying lifestyle and rumoured short-lived relationships with Leonardo DiCaprio and Oscar de la Hoya led her to earn a position as a daily fixture in entertainment news.
Hilton gained significant notoriety for a sex tape, which was released in November 2003, shortly before the premiere of the reality series The Simple Life (in which Hilton starred alongside fellow socialite and childhood friend Nicole Richie). The show was a huge success and brought Hilton and co-star Richie to an international recognition.
She has appeared in various lists compiled by magazines such as Maxim, FHM as well as Stuff. She is also regularly placed on lists composed by Forbes magazine and was named one of the "100 Hottest Women of All-Time" by Men´s Health. Critics also suggest that Hilton epitomizes the title of famous for being famous; she is an example of the modern phenomenon of the "celebutante", the celebrity who rises to fame not because of their talent or work but because of their inherited wealth and controversial lifestyle.
Moods of Norway opened a U.S. flagships store on Robertson Boulevard in Beverly Hills and in New York. Moods of Norwaysports the slogan "Happy Clothes for Happy People." In the midst of their fun and edgy designs, the designers were able to incorporate their sense of humor. "234.243" is embroidered in every one of the men´s suits, referring to the number of tractors in Norway.