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Candidly Nicole to Air on VH1

Nicole’s web-series #CandidlyNicole will be broadcast on American’s VH1 on Thursday, July 17th. Congrats to Nicole, this is exciting news! Keep the date and be sure to tune in.

Richie will bring her AOL online series #CandidlyNicole to VH1. Set to premiere Thursday, July 17, the eight-episode half-hour series will follow the fashion icon, House of Harlow 1960 creative director, actress, author, entrepreneur and philanthropist, expanding her humorous tweets at the center of the web series. VH1 has inked Richie’s Honey Child Productions banner to a first-look overall deal to develop new series for the music-themed network.

#CandidlyNicole will see Richie (The Simple Life, Fashion Star) detailing her daily adventures and offering insight into her decisions on style, relationships and work life. “Nicole’s sharp, acerbic sense of humor and broad audience appeal make #CandidlyNicole a perfect fit for the VH1 brand,” said Susan Levison, VH1 exec vp original programming and development. “Viewers will enjoy her unique point of view and earnest look at pop culture as well as her fearless exploration of anything and everything taboo.


House of Harlow 1960 Spring 2014 Collection

Nicole Richie recently launched her first ever House of Harlow 1960 clothes collection, which will be the Spring 2014 collection. The pieces look incredible and pertain well to Nicole’s image.

“It’s been so gratifying to see the fan base that has grown for our accessories over the years, so I’m thrilled to provide our loyal customers with fashion to complete their look. It’s exciting that House of Harlow 1960 is now one step closer to being a complete lifestyle brand.”


I don’t think all pieces from the Spring 2014 collection are available just yet,
but you can see more here.


Nicole Richie Talks to The Stone Set about her Jewellery Collection


Nicole Richie is a celebrated fashion innovator, media personality, designer, and mother, but did you know she is also an avid collector of vintage costume jewelry? With a particular appreciation for punchy gold Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent pieces from the 80s, it was natural for Richie to extend her passion into her own accessories line, House of Harlow. Richie opens up her personal jewelry box and shares how her mother nurtured her love affair with jewelry, her next big accessories obsession, and her hunt for how to best store her worldly discoveries. -The Stone Set

“My mother introduced me to jewelry. She wears the real stuff, mostly diamonds and sapphires (we were both born in September). I would go to International Silks & Woolens and buy little strips of velvet and little charms, snaking the charms on the strap and making chokers and selling them. I was seven. It cost $10 to make. I would sell them for $10. That’s when my mom told me I was a horrible businessperson. She was like, “You’re great at designing. Now you have to work at actually making money!”

Jewelry is really fun for me. When I go on tour with Joel, I’m constantly going to different kiosks or finding cool vintage places and thrift stores. I find something wherever I am, even if it’s just fabric on a lampshade or something that’s inspiring to me. I usually never let Joel pick out anything for me, in terms of jewelry or clothes, but he went to South Africa and came back with so much jewelry with jaguars and panthers. He did a really good job! He also recently got me a pair of clip-on vintage Chanel earrings in France that are beautiful. He’s been doing better picking things out!


When I decided to start House of Harlow, I started with jewelry because it was the closest to my heart and I’d been making it the longest. I knew exactly what I wanted it to look like and how I wanted it to feel. I love incorporating different fabrics and textures in the collection. It makes it more eclectic. The Five Station Necklace does so well for us, and each season I try to give the customer a strong high-neck piece. For spring, I’m very excited about the pave triangle rings.

I love costume jewelry and 80s vintage jewelry. It’s less responsibility and there are no rules. I’m changing all the time and running around and traveling, so costume jewelry is really fun and easy to layer on. I love finding the old Yves Saint Laurent and Chanel. You can play with it and do different looks. I love mixing metals, combining silver, gold, and rose gold. My pieces start in drawers, then plastic bags, then boxes. It’s something I currently struggle with once a week. If someone has a creative tip for storing jewelry, I’ll take it!


As for everyday jewelry, rings are my signature: I go full force or nothing at all. For my birthday, I get a new piercing every year. Ultimately, I’ll have all of my friend Jennifer Meyer’s earrings up this ear and triangles up the other ear. I’m not into watches yet, but emotionally that’s going to be the next big step for me.” -Nicole Richie.

You can see more photos here.


InStyle: Did Nicole Richie’s New Fragrance Inspire Her Purple Hair?


Nicole Richie has been getting busy in the beauty world lately — in late February, the star posted an Instagram that was altered to look as if she dyed her hair purple, only to make the dramatic change in real life a few days later. We’ve seen Richie sport blunt bangs, the long bob, and a wide variety of updos, but her pastel violet hair is the most dramatic change she’s made yet, and the coordinating color of her NO Rules fragrance has us wondering: Did her new scent bring on the change? Possibly! The exotic blend of Mediterranean orange flower, purple jasmine, Turkish almond blossom, and vanilla bean is housed in a frosted lavender bottle, and was inspired by Richie’s carefree attitude to fashion — a philosophy mirrored with her outlook on hair, we’re sure. “I try not to go by any rules, especially when I’m talking about mixing prints,” she says. “I’m so inspired by the ’60s and ’70s, and their rule was that there were no rules.” Whatever sparked the idea, we definitely applaud the star’s bold move, and we’re glad to see her purple reign continue in both the hair and fragrance realms. Find NO Rules in department stores nationwide this month for $45.


Nicole Richie’s Second Fragrance “NO RULES” Out in March!

According to Nicole’s Twitter and Facebook pages for her fragrance, her second fragrance “No Rules” is out now. What a lovely surprise! reveals “No Rules by Nicole Richie will be available in March for $45 at retailers nationwide”, and the Nicole Richie Fragrances Facebook says “The newest fragrance […] is out now.”

A bohemian, addictive fragrance with exotic notes of sun-kissed elderberry, sweet Turkish almond blossom and juicy kumquat.

I personally cannot find this fragrance available for purchase anywhere at this moment in time, but I’m sure it will be out later this month.

Make sure to stay up to date with the release of “No Rules”:
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