Elle tours Paris HIlton's House, without breaking and entering...

posted on: Friday, 14 June 2013


Elle Magazine recently visited Paris Hilton's house in Beverly Hills. Unlike the young adults who now have a feature film made about their escapades (google The Bling Ring), Elle were invited into the home rather than breaking and entering. Funny that Paris Hilton was robbed in real life and then turned around and allowed her home to be featured in the film made about the actual robbery. There are some things we'll never understood about that place called Beverly Hills, and this is just one of them. 

Sofia Coppola, The Bling Ring's director, snapped all the pictures of Paris Hilton in her "humble" abode and both Paris and Sofia share a few thoughts in the July issue of Elle, out June 25th on newsstands. We've been given a sneak preview of the juicy tidbits you'll find in the magazine:

Sofia Coppola on the first time she visited Paris Hilton’s home:
“I saw the pillows adorned with [Paris’] face and I took my picture with them.  She’s such a pop icon and has a sense of humor about herself.  I think she was the first to really make herself into a brand.  She’s so dedicated to her style.”

Hilton on what she hopes viewers learn from watching The Bling Ring:
“There’s much more to life than all of these possessions and everything.  And if you want those things, you’re going to have to work yourself, just like I did.”

Hilton on what she would say to the thieves who broke into her home if she ever saw them face-to-face:
“I don’t know what I’d do if I saw them.  I’m not a confrontational person.  But I would literally be like, ‘You guys need serious help.  And I want my stuff back.’”

Coppola on what she wants viewers to take from the film:
“If nothing else, when people see it, everyone wants a Paris pillow.  We might have to make those.”