Paris Hilton has over 5,000 purses, takes 30 suitcases with her to Ibiza

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Don’t worry, it’s not 2003, but Paris Hilton is once again in the spotlight. The 36-year-old socialite-turned-reality personality-turned-DJ is promoting her 23rd fragrance, Rosé Rush, which you’ll probably be able to pick up at your local TJ Maxx in about 6 months. People Magazine chatted with Paris about her new scent and her summer DJ stint in Ibiza.

Of the fragrance, which I would never buy but can admit has a pretty cool bottle, she says “It’s just really romantic and feminine and beautiful. I just wanted that feeling when you feel in love and confident and happy. And I tried to capture that with the fragrance.” I know marketing speak (it’s kind of what I do for a living), but doesn’t it sound like she’s describing pretty much every fragrance?

I’m sure Paris packed some bottles of her new scent in her bags for her working vacation on the Mediterranean island, considering how many suitcases she took with her. She confessed, “Every summer I’m here for a few months so I bring over 30 suitcases. I usually end up not even wearing most of the things and buying new things. I just pack everything I own.” 30 suitcases? I don’t think I could pack all of my worldly possessions in half that many bags, but we are talking about Paris Hilton here. Oh, but, as Dolly Parton said, “It costs a lot to look this cheap,” so Paris packs her bags with a lot of lotions and potions to maintain her look. She said, “I have an entire suitcase just full of beauty products. Just a full on suitcase that has everything in it.” And it’s not some Oil of Olay and Noxema in there. She’s got products from her upcoming skincare line (have we been clamoring for this?) as well as “face masks, eye moisturizer, serums, stem cells and gold facials.” Sheesh.

Let’s face it, the woman has a lot of stuff. She admitted, “I not only have all designer bags that I’ve bought from other designers, but also my own. I have probably like 5,000 bags. I have so many shoes as well cause I have a shoe line, so every season they’re sending me 200 shoes and I’m going and buying a bunch of shoes.” As someone who always appreciates a good stiletto, this is the only thing I can feel any sort of kinship with her about – and purses. I currently have “the beige one” and “the black one”, so I’m only 4,998 bags short of Paris’ collection. #pursegoals

Paris also, as you might imagine, has a closet packed full of clothes that probably didn’t come from Kohl’s or H&M. What’s in her closet? “Any dresses that I’ve got that are couture, like some Versace gowns and other couture pieces, I’d like to keep those for one day for my daughters.” Paris went on to say that, “My mom kept some of her really nice pieces for me and my sister. I think it’s nice to keep for when I have daughters one day. Some really special pieces that are timeless.”

During her summer job, Paris has been accompanied by her 32-year-old boyfriend, Chris Zylka. It’s his first time on the exotic island, and Paris has been happy to play tour guide, “I’m just showing him around the island,” she shares. “It’s insane every single weekend, it’s been amazing.”

Chris surprised Paris about a month ago with a Disney-fied font treatment of her name tattooed on his arm, a gesture which “surprised” her. “He literally just went and got it in the middle of town in Ibiza, and he was so sweet and he told me that I’m his Disney princess and his most magical place on earth. It made me cry, I was so happy and it was so romantic and sweet of him to show me how much he loves me.”

I guess it’s a nice gesture, and at least if they break up, Chris can say he got the tat after a life-changing trip to Disneyland Paris, right? I just can’t believe we are still talking about Paris Hilton. She could probably make quite a bit of dough teaching wannabe celebrities how to make the most of their 15 minutes of fame, because, like her or not, she sure mastered that.

Be with someone who looks at you like your magic… ✨✨👸🏼🤴🏼✨✨

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  1. M. says:

    I can’t imagine being so into your own looks that you need an entire suitcase of make up and shit for a vacation

  2. Hella says:

    Her daughters? I think the clock might be winding down for this one…

    • Cupcake says:

      She’s got time for babies. My guess is she had her eggs frozen long ago. I bet she has a surrogate when she’s ready. IVF and surrogate is a good way to be sure to get girls too.

    • Sabrine says:

      Why should anyone care what she does with her own money? If she wants to spend it on purses, that’s her deal, nobody else’s.

    • 80cao says:

      They all get their eggs frozen (relatively wealthy celebs), I believe. I think it’s 20K (Facebook provides it free to female employees, last I heard) which is a drop in the bucket for the rich, and it means they can stay baby free until their time-sensitive (youth-sensitive) peak period is over.

    • Kylie says:

      My mum had me at 42. Not uncommon for women to have babies in their mid 30s. You’re rude.

  3. RBC says:

    My daughter calls Paris ” A Barbie doll that came to life and got rabies” . Not a nice woman at all

  4. Escondista says:

    Money can’t buy class.

    • GiBee says:

      … and she doesn’t even have that much!

      And I highly doubt the 5,000 handbags – it seems unlikely she could count that high.

    • Lahdidahbaby says:

      But apparently it can buy a bazillion clichés to load into a schmaltzy love note. Too bad she couldn’t afford commas, too.

  5. Ankhel says:

    Judging by that photo, her new scent must be a scintillating, natural blend of polyester, hair extensions and self tanner. Like My Little Pony, only HOT ™.

  6. Milla says:

    Useless yet funny. She has her world.

    • Ravensdaughter says:

      As billionaire heiresses go, she’s less harmful than IVANKA. She also has an extreme soft spot for animals.

      • Twink says:

        Let’s not forget she voted for the Orangine since he’s a family friend. Also her comments about black men and LGBT. She’s awful.

      • 80cao says:

        Tina Fey’s takedown of her is gold. Apparently she wanted a whole skit around Jessica Simpson (rival blonde) and sulked when they wanted to make her the point of a joke. And her hair is really gross and falls out in clumps, and she looks like a trans lady in real life (nothing wrong with that if you’re a trans individual but that’s not Paris is aiming for, obviously).

      • tty says:

        > She also has an extreme soft spot for animals.

        Yeah, no. She collects them and discards them. She has a soft spot for accessories.

      • magnoliarose says:

        No she doesn’t have a soft spot for animals. Once she forgot her tiny little dogs in her closet and left them, and they starved to death. She has abandoned them and lost them without giving a damn.
        Maybe she has changed. Her sister is the better of the two.

  7. Hunter says:

    Her quotes on her relationship sound like they’re coming from an 11-year-old girl!

    • AustenGirl1975 says:

      I love the delicious irony of her advice: “Be with someone who looks at you like your [sic] magic.”

      That dude she’s dating should listen to her, as she only ever looks at the camera.

  8. D says:

    I hate when perfumes are described this way “romantic and feminine and beautiful”, that doesn’t tell me anything. Be specific, is it vanilla, rose, citrus what? It’s especially annoying when your shopping online.

    • Tanguerita says:

      This is from fragrantica:
      “Rosé Rush is announced as a whimsical, flirty addition to Hilton’s GOLD RUSH fragrance collection.
      Developed by Perfumer, Richard Herpin of Firmenich, the Floral-Rose-Fruity fragrance opens with a blend of Rose Petals, Neroli and Lychee. Rose of May and Peony mingle with Juicy Papaya at the mid, resulting in an alluring bouquet of femininity. Sparkling Amber and Cedarwood wrapped with fluffy White Musk round out the base”.
      Basically, your generic celebrity perfume with no redeeming features. Save your money for something more interesting.

      • D says:

        I wasn’t thinking about buying it, it would be a bit embarrassing to own a Paris Hilton perfume (at least as an adult). I just find the way perfumes are usually described a little annoying.

      • Tanguerita says:

        @D you are preaching to the choir. But most people have no idea what amder or musk smell like. it’s easier to write a meaningless, but vaguely flattering copy they can identify with.

    • Alexandria says:

      I think perfume moving (video) ads are worst. I never understand them.

    • 80cao says:

      Skip those chemical-laden, overpriced perfumes and buy natural scents from your local organic store.

  9. greenmonster says:

    A 36 year old woman is talking about feeling like a Disney princess everyday and calls her bf a knight in shining armor? I was just looking for the “you complete me” line from Jerry Maguire. Excuse me, my eyes are rolling hard.

    • Lindy79 says:

      Ha! I get you.
      I eyeroll so hard when I see grown women going on about wanting to feel like a princess on their wedding day. Usually involving a dress that no real princess would be caught dead in.

    • Milla says:

      So what? If all little rich girls were more like her we would just laugh. She’s not overexposed and she is not pretending to be some big shark like ivanka…

      • Dolkite says:

        At least Ivanka can smile. I have never seen Paris do anything but smirk, ever.

      • greenmonster says:

        Paris is not a little girl – she is a grown woman. And she might not be overexposed anymore, but that is not necessarily her choice. Paris would love to be as relevant as others are, unfortunately for her she is stuck in 2003. I just find her schtick very tiresome.

    • detritus says:

      Even as a kid I never wanted to be a princess. Who wants to be a princess, they don’t get to have a say in anything I remember arguing.

      Princess culture is another example of how we infantilize our girl children and to see an adult woman buy into this sort of stuff is kind of sad. Paris is Mariah without the talent and much meaner.

      • Millie says:

        You should check out TvTropes page on Princesses hahaha.

        Personally, I have always preferred Queens and Empresses.

        http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses?from=Main.Princess

        When I was growing I idolized Cleopatra VII. Not because of any of the superficial stuff to do with being royalty. I just loved how badass she was at trying to save her Kingdom from Roman supremacy until the very end. I didn’t really care about any of the frilly stuff to do with princesses.

        Honorable mentions go to Catalina of Aragon for standing her ground against Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. I also like Mary Tudor. History gives Mary Tudor a bad rap for doing things that her father did sister also did as monarchs, due to propaganda. But in her younger years, Mary had her mothers strength.

        Anyways end of my ramblings lol.

      • Tan says:

        @ Millie:

        Preach!!

        What Mary turned into is largely a result of ho she was persecuted by her own father at a very delicate nd defining period of life.
        Her faith was the only thing that got her through the time and its why it was so much important for her to restore her faith, which she was forced by her father to officially denounce, to its position of glory. In my mind, all those she burned, were just purged of their sins for their “false” faith

    • Janetdr says:

      I am trying not to care but when she writes “as if your magic” instead of you’re magic or you are magical apparently that’s where I draw the line-haha

      • PMNichols says:

        What about the “me and my sister”. Ugh!! My sister and I… she’s a true dipsh*t.

      • magnoliarose says:

        I dislike defending her, but she has ADD and it can cause spelling errors and grammar problems. I have a mild case and I do it all the time if I don’t concentrate even though I know correct grammar. Your mind is already on the next thought or word. Hers is marked enough to be classified as a learning disorder.

        Just getting that out there so people consider there may be reasons for jacked up grammar.

  10. Lolo86lf says:

    Does she have a real job? Don’t get me wrong DJ’ing is a job but Paris comes from the upper class so being a DJ is not acceptable for her.

  11. MeAnnandEddiesEpicLoveStoryIsAHoax says:

    This woman reminds me of my super rich 63 year old neighbour Jan who lies on her banana lounge every day drinking Veuve and bitching about everyone to anyone who will listen.

    Paris just has that crazy old rich lady vibe does she not?

  12. Kake says:

    She doesn’t seem mentally all there.

  13. Beth says:

    I’ve never smelled any of her 23 perfumes, but she must be running out of scents to make by now.

    Paris is added to the list of famous people wearing tacky, cheap looking, ugly sunglasses

  14. Jenny says:

    5000 purses? Wow! She singlehandedly keeps the US economy going, or at least tries to. I guess the American people should thank her for that at least. A lot of your 1 percenters seem to sit on their obscene wealth and not contribute much at all.

  15. ViXi says:

    30 suitcases to carry all the drugs!!

  16. Maria F. says:

    i cannot believe that people are paying her to be a DJ. There is just no justice. How quickly some fall on their feet.

    And effin Europe falls for all the US leftovers (and I can say that as a European).

  17. Merritt says:

    I cannot imagine wasting money on one of Paris Hilton’s perfumes.

  18. Electric Tuba says:

    I forgot she even exists. What year is it? Lol

  19. the_blonde_one says:

    On one hand, it’s her money and she can do anything she wants with it. Stipulated.
    On the other hand, the juxtaposition on the front page of ‘Paris Hilton has 5000 purses’ directly over ‘Bruno Mars donates $1,000,000 to Flint’ is… something.

    • nicegirl says:

      Yep. I wish she would use her wealth and infamy to help others. But you’re right, it is her $, she can do with it what she pleases. She is sure no Warren Buffett.

  20. Kristi says:

    Some of the comments here are needlessly nasty. She’s pretty harmless. Bit of an idiot, sure, but she’s not a Trumpesque nightmare.

  21. I bought her fragrance “can-can” when I was younger. It smelled like sprite.

    • I Choose Me says:

      I bought that too. I still have most of it left. Didn’t much like it once the top note wore off. Too overwhelmingly ‘sweet’ for me.

  22. CityGirl says:

    After this weekend, I appreciate the vapidness that is this chick

  23. Zondie says:

    Incorrect use of the word “your” on that one post with her BF. She meant to use the contraction “you’re.” Clueless.

  24. Veronica says:

    You know, I’m very much one of those “live and let live” types, but honestly…sometimes I just look at wealthy people like her and am just amazed at how little culturing they have for all that wealth. What’s the point of all that money if it hinders you from growing at all internally? It’s just weird to me to have nothing to show for all that traveling and private education.

  25. Mar says:

    Geez she is so materialistic it’s scary.

  26. Jessica says:

    Who did this horrible perfume ad for her? It looks like they couldn’t even afford Photoshop they used Microsoft Paint! it’s really bad quality!

  27. loveotterly says:

    Like it or not Paris is VERY successful. Her businesses do very well abroad, she’s worth about 100 m and that is self made.

    • Veronica says:

      Oh, COME ON. Of course she did well – she grew up wealthy. It’s a lot easier to generate business when somebody provides you a very stable foundation. This isn’t to say she couldn’t have a good sense of business savvy, but it’s ridiculous to suggest that she’s a self made businesswoman when she came from a millionaire family. Her wealth and name is literally what landed her in the spot light to begin with.

  28. Jessica says:

    I can’t believe this dumb ho is even still a thing.

  29. Jillybean says:

    I’d still trade her back for a kardasian-Jenner free alt universe..

  30. Henny in my Hand says:

    Agreed. Bring back Paris Hilton and stop covering the Kardashians. I can’t believe I’m starting to miss the Paris days.

  31. raincoaster says:

    So, sunglasses are her response to wonk eye? Better than more surgery.