She is known for her impeccable style, no matter the occasion.
And on Sunday in Las Vegas, Paris Hilton did not disappoint as she stunned in a revealing red jumpsuit that left little to the imagination.
It's all part of a weekend promotion of her new skincare line in Sin City.
Working it! Paris Hilton spent the weekend in Las Vegas to launch her new skincare line
And that red number revealed her toned and tanned physique with it's plunging neckline that came down to just above her belly-button.
For some added flare, the 37-year old wore a flashy medal fringe vest.
She accessorized with a flashy piece around her neck that spelled out her name and with some bling that included an eye-grabbing wrist-watch and, of course, her amazing engagement ring.
The former reality star wore her trademark long blonde tresses straight and parted in the middle.
After striking a number of poses by herself, Paris was joined by some of her famous family.
Her parents, Richard and Kathy Hilton, and brother Barron were among those on hand to help her with the launch of Paris Hilton Skincare ProD.N.A.
The new skincare line consists of four key products: A lifting eye cream, cleansing gel, serum, and face cream.
'I have always been into skincare and being all natural, so I wanted to create the perfect skincare line for anti-aging,' she revealed in a Page Six interview.
'So many young girls are turning to cosmetic surgeries and invasive procedures, at an even younger age than before, and I want to help show them that there is a better way and it is possible to stay looking young and radiant without all of that.'
Paris' personal life also appears to be red hot.
She is engaged to actor Chris Zylka, who is best known for his role on the HBO series The Leftovers.
Among the people: Paris also had a meet and greet while launching Paris Hilton Skincare ProD.N.A at Cosmoprof in Las Vegas
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