Nicole Richie and Joel Madden have voted in the US midterm elections today – have you? Nicole also gave people a ride to the polls. You can see her having fun with passengers here.
On November 5th, Nicole Richie was at the Telethon for America calling people and urging them to vote in the election today (November 6th). The telethon was held at the YouTube Space in Los Angeles and many other celebrities attended including Lily Collins, Lana Parrilla and Sophia Bush.
Professional photos were taken at the event, but unfortunately none were of Nicole. However she was videoed with Jane Fonda and Jameela Jamil and appeared in the background of a photo shared by Charlize Theron.
The episode of HBO’s ‘Camping’ featuring Nicole Richie aired on Sunday 4th November. Did you watch it? Catch a preview below.
Nicole Richie was spotted out grabbing sushi with Cameron Diaz on October 28th and out again doing some grocery shopping on November 2nd.
On November 3rd, Nicole Richie spoke at the Beverly Center’s ‘Grand Reveal Weekend: Everyone Welcome with Create & Cultivate’ along with Rashida Jones and Gigi Gorgeous. They discussed all things career journey, creative endeavors, entrepreneurship, fashion, lifestyle and more.
Nicole Richie has released a new House of Harlow 1960 home decor collection for Saks Fifth Avenue. The collection is available now and features candles, diffusers, stationary and journals.
Click here to shop the collection online.
Nicole Richie is launching a new line called ‘Wylde Honey’ for NowWith Network by Yahoo Lifestyle. It’s named after her childhood nickname “Honey Child” and her personal hobby of beekeeping and honey-making. It includes 40 pieces, all under $100, featuring silk pillowcases, eye masks, robes, pajamas, scarves, headbands, face creams, essential oils and gold costume jewelry.
The ‘Honey Wylde’ collection is exclusive to the interactive e-commerce platform, NowWith, appearing in shoppable videos from on November 15th. Speaking with WWD, Nicole said “This is a way to speak to my customer and through these videos, almost create my own store, so it really does feel like me instead of giving something to another retailer and letting it hang in their space.
I’m creating the backdrop, the music, the lighting, the tone. I see clothes on the runway, but not every woman has that for when they are buying a piece of clothing or jewelry so this is our way to give them a real story so they can value where they are spending their money also and see it in the designer’s vision.”
Click here for the full interview and more information on the line.
16/11 UPDATE: The name of the line has been changed to ‘Honey Minx’.