Paris Hilton glam in floaty dress and oversized sunnies in Shanghai

Published Wednesday, May 28 2014, 12:21 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Jet-setter Paris Hilton has taken herself and her gorgeous wardrobe to China!

The DJ hit the airport yesterday (27 May) after spending time in France during the Cannes Film Festival, where she walked the red carpet and also performed a couple of gigs.

But never one to stay in the same place for long, Paris soon packed up her luggage and headed to Shanghai, ready to make an appearance at the opening of a new milkshake bar.

Paris Hilton strikes a pose in her hotel room in Shanghai, China - 28 May 2014

© Instagram / @parishilton

Paris looked oh-so-glam while striking a pose in her room in Shanghai, China.

And the lucky lady managed to bag herself a luxe hotel suite with a pretty incredible view, judging by this Instagram picture!

But aside from the impressive skyscrapers in her snap, we couldn't help but notice how gorgeous Paris' outfit was.

The stylista rocked a floaty black and nude frock with a frilly lace hem and a cinched-in waist - perfect for showing off her slender figure and enviable pins.

Paris ditched the jewellery, instead accessorising with oversized round sunnies while sweeping her blonde locks back into a low bun.

And while en route to Shanghai, Paris made a stopover at Heathrow Airport, posting a photo while doing a spot of retail therapy in the terminal.

Paris Hilton goes shopping at Heathrow Airport in London, England - 27 May 2014

© Instagram / @parishilton

Paris stopped by Heathrow Airport while jetting to Shanghai.

Alongside her pic, the starlet wrote: "At my favourite airport, London Heathrow. Time for a lil shopping before my flight to Shanghai!"

We wonder if she bought one of those rubber ducks?

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