[09:05] Nicky Hilton
Nicky Hilton takes a photo during the Charlotte Ronson 2014 Fall/Winter collection presentation during New York Fashion Week February 7, 2014. Reuters/Andrew Kelly

Nicky Hilton Rothschild has designed a new handbag collection for luxury brand Linea Pelle. The American hotel heiress’s new Fall/Winter 2015 capsule collection is called Nicky Hilton x Linea Pelle. The younger sister of Paris Hilton has been designing for over a decade.

“I grew up with Linea Pelle belts and handbags in my wardrobe. It was a natural choice to work together on this new collaboration,” said the blonde beauty who is now married to banking heir James Rothschild. The designer who has successful handbag, apparel and jewelry collections said she was pleased with how the collection has turned out.

According to the 31-year-old, each piece was stylish and practical for regular use. Hilton’s aim has always been to design timeless pieces that will remain in women’s wardrobes for years to come. The designer portrays the Linea Pelle for a woman who is strong, independent and has her own individual style.

Hilton was speaking to HuffPost Live on Wednesday, where she was talking about her new handbag collection. The fashion icon even took to Instagram and shared a picture of her seated on a couch. Hilton looked stunning in skinny jeans, which she paired with a black three-quarter sleeves shirt.

The shirt had white heart prints all over. She wore black stilettoes. Her long blonde locks was kept in side part and styled in beachy waves. She wore brown gloss on her lips. On a table in front of her was a black handbag from her own collection.

The socialite also opened up about her lace Valentino wedding gown that she wore in July. Nicky’s $77,000 haute couture gown was inspired by Kate Middleton. But the designer also said that her bespoke gown was inspired by another iconic figure, actress Grace Kelly .

The ivory gown featured a high neckline, long sleeves and a ten-foot train with a show-stopping lace veil. The dress was created by designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, both creative directors of the Italian fashion house.

The gown was composed with three different tones of ivory and silver guipure richly embellished with crystals. The high neck bodice was stitched to a balloon skirt ending with a three metre long train. The edge of the long veil had vintage lace, a spokesperson for the brand had revealed after the wedding.

Hilton tied the knot with Rothschild on July 10 at The Orangery at Kensington Palace.