Paris Hilton 'Paper' Cover Is All About Black Lips & Nails — PHOTO

This Paper cover may not break the Internet like last year's well-oiled Kim Kardashian Paper cover broke the Internet. But it's still pretty freakin' awesome and makes a memorable statement. Paris Hilton covers Paper for the magazine's Winter 2015 edition, rocking several extremes, like glossy black lips, black lacquered, almond-shaped nails, and a super fluffy white coat. The hotel heiress' dark lips also pop against her icy blue eyes, making this cover a total exercise in contrasts.

The reality star, who is reinventing herself as a DJ, also hits on another magazine cover trend here — she is rocking wet look hair, with her blonde locks soaked and slicked back off her face, showing off her extreme winged liner, too. Bella Hadid recently went with a wet head for S Moda , while Adele did the same for Rolling Stone, so wet locks remain a hot trend in fashion editorial.

This is easily the most artsy Hilton cover image that I've ever seen and she totally looks like a couture abominable snowwoman with her voluminous, furry ensemble.

Let's have a look at Paris Hilton, futuristic goth goddess, as she slays Paper's latest cover. It's Paris Hilton, all grown up.

This is supreme sexiness right here. It's completely refreshing to see Hilton ditch her usual bronzed skin and pink-glossed lips in favor of something a bit more extreme and out of the box. The credits indicate that the makeup artist used NARS products to achieve this look.

However, I recommend Kat Von D's Everlasting Love Liquid Lipstick in Witches to copy Hilton's daring and confident lip look. ($20, sephora.com)

Copy her mani with Nails Inc.'s Gel Effect polish in Black Taxi. ($15, sephora.com)

Also, do you want a similar furry coat for the imminent winter months?

Forever 21 has a much more streamlined version that's quite similar and super boho chic. ($68, forever21.com)

Hollister also offers a cozy hooded coat made of faux fur. ($80, hollister.com)

You could also thrift something similar if you have some time to dig through vintage or secondhand stores.

Hilton totally played with black and white contrasts for Paper. It may not be as epic as Kardashian's balancing act Paper cover but it's still rad.

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