We’ll Always Have The Narcissim of Paris: Inside Hilton’s Hacienda; Sofia Coppola’s “Bling Ring” Movie Set

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Almost as creepy as the status and celebrity-obsessed , affluent Hollywood teenagers who stole more than $3 million in clothing and jewelry from 2-paris-chandelier-0510-lg 1-paris-in-pool-0510-lgparishouse-blog4-jpg_191251 parishouse-blog-jpg_181320 parishouse-blog2-jpg_181320 Paris-Hilton-The-Bling-RingParis Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, and other stars,  is Paris Hilton’s home. With images of herself everywhere, a preference for gilded decor and pink, it is a vulgar mash-up of high-end hoarding and self-promotion.

Known as “The Bling Ring” , the young  thieves “shopped” their victims elaborate closets  for luxury brands: Chanel, Gucci, Tiffany, Cartier, Prada, Marc Jacobs, Dolce & Gabbana, Burberry, Yves Saint Laurent, Rolex, etc. They  stole clothes, shoes, handbags, makeup, perfume, underwear and 2 million dollars worth of Hilton’s jewelry.

The Hilton home is also used as a  location for Sofia Coppola’s new film about the  young Valley gang. Based

Alexis Neiers, 'Bling Ring' Hollywood Burglar

Alexis Neiers, ‘Bling Ring’ Hollywood Burglar

on the true story,  “The Bling Ring” is generating big buzz at Cannes.

The socialite explained to The Hollywood Reporter in a recent interview, “Sofia came to my birthday party last year. She loved my house and said it couldn’t be re-created in a set.”

Hilton trusted Coppola enough to come in and use her home for filming.

She said, “I really admire her, an intelligent independent woman who’s a director. Sofia knows everything about these kids now — stuff I didn’t know — and it will be very strange to watch them break in my house five times and sell my Birkin bags and heirloom jewelry on Venice Beach. They stole millions of dollars’ worth of things from me.”

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