Your favorite It Girls of the early aughts, Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie, reunited at the Daily Front Row Fashion Awards on Sunday night. The old friends crossed paths at the reception in Beverly Hills, giving us major nostalgia for their The Simple Life days.
Although the paparazzi photo of their rendezvous looked a bit stiff, Hilton proved there was a lot more love behind their meet-up. She shared photos of them laughing and embracing on Instagram.
“Love you @NicoleRichie❤ No one could make me laugh like you do. ? #SimpleLifeReunion ?♀️ #SanaSa ?? #OG’s,” she wrote in the caption.
Hilton also mentioned “Sanasa” in her caption, alluding to her and Richie’s signature chant (or battlecry) on the hit reality show, which ran from 2003 to 2007. Our inner die-hard fans are hoping they said it together at least once, but if they didn’t, at least Paris shared a clip of them doing so on The Simple Lifelater that night.
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Another amazing ’00s reference was hidden in Nicole’s outfit. The star wore a pink floral dress by Juicy Couture, an aught-era cult fave. But the brand’s new aesthetic is a lot more elevated now than the velour tracksuits you used to wear in high school and college, thanks to creative director Jamie Mizrahi. Richie honored the designer for best design debut at Sunday night’s awards ceremony.
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Meanwhile, Hilton wore a glamorous black thigh-high slit gown by Philipp Plein.
Hilton, who’s soon getting married to actor Chris Zylka, confirmed that Richie is invited to her wedding. (Obviously!) “All my girls will be invited. Right now, we’re just picking out the dress and the location,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “There’s so much to plan so I just can’t wait. It’s a really exciting time for everyone.” She also added that Britney Spears will be on the guest list, as if the early-2000s nostalgia couldn’t get any better.
If Richie makes a toast at the nuptials, we hope her speech sounds a lot like this:
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.