Paris Hilton has changed her hairstyle from her usual blonde hair toward a darker color, Bustle reported. She debuted her new look during benefit fashion show held in Los Angeles on October 24.

The 36-year-old celebrity and socialite is known for her long and platinum blonde hair that she often paired with his fashion pieces. During the Make-A-Wish Foundation event hosted by Paper Magazine, this blonde hair has turned into a darker version that resembled the autumn season.

She emphasized this new hairstyle by wearing a simpler ensemble consisting of an off-shoulder black dress, neutral makeup, and pink lipstick.

Aside from being a socialite, Hilton is also a businesswoman and DJ. She attends various parties all over the world and leads the music events.

Runway show

During the benefit runway show in Hollywood, she also graced the catwalk in a glamorous dress ornamented with a huge pink bow. She also wore a silver bridal gown designed by Christian Cowan and it was the gown she debuted during New York Fashion Week.

The pink dress fit her perfectly. She paired this look with a pair of pink court footwear to provide her an easy stride across the runway. She accessorized these with a silver tiara and sparkling choker. She was also seen taking photos with children who attended the fashion show.

Charity work

Make-A-Wish Foundation is only one of Paris Hilton’s countless charity works.

After the event, she shared her insights about the organization that helps give children threatened by illnesses to lead a positive life.

She said that she has been supporting the foundation “for a very long time.” Hilton added that she loves “the work they do is bringing so much happiness to children and their families in times of need.”

The socialite is among the many personalities who graced the event.

They included “Jane The Virgin” actress Jenna Ortega, “America’s Next Top Model” star India Gants, designer Christian Cowan, Jaime King and Lele Pons, Daily Mail Online reported.

Make-A-Wish Foundation is a group that works together to grant the wishes of children living with medical conditions. They think of creative ways to utilize donated resources and reach out to as many kids as possible.

Some of the wishes they grant range from as simple as giving a child the opportunity to become a deputy for a day to as extravagant as financing their dream destinations. It has several chapters in the United States and is partnered with various other organizations in the country.