Category: Photoshoots

Nicole Richie featured in Hollywood Reporter’s Emmy Contenders Shoot

The Emmy Awards aren’t until September 17th, but the TV Academy begin the nomination process on June 11th. The Hollywood Reporter have put together a photoshoot with 33 supporting actors and actresses who they see as possible contenders.

This included Nicole Richie who co-starred in NBC’s ‘Great News’ as co-anchor Portia, although the show was unfortunately cancelled after 2 seasons. Official Emmy nominees will be announced on July 12th.

Who was your first TV crush?
Luke Perry.

Most intimidating scene?
I shot a music video, my very first one. I was so excited even though it wasn’t mine in real life, I felt like it was. This was my Britney moment and I really wanted to do a good job. And I was just living my dream.

Favourite TV show as a teen?
I never missed Beverly Hills, 90210; that show gave me every lesson I needed to learn in life. We learned about divorce, adoption, getting burned, addiction. That show changed me.

Click here to watch brief video interview.

Gallery Links:
Photoshoots » 2018 » Kwaku Alston (Hollywood Reporter)

Nicole Richie recreates her 2000s’ style for Paper Magazine

Nicole Richie recreated some of her favourite looks from the 2000s for Paper Magazine. The photos were shot by Douglas Friedman. Check our Tumblr for comparisons. Nicole also gave a brief interview, including revealing some style guidelines she has. Here’s a snippet:

“It’s little things, like I don’t wear red lipstick when I’m going to do a talk show. If I have to speak, it’s just not who I am. I just can’t do it.

Also — I’m cold all the time, so if there’s an opportunity for me to throw a turtleneck under something or wear something that’s beautiful and long-sleeved, I will absolutely do it…I also don’t want to hide behind a lot of hair or a lot of makeup — I just want to breathe and be present and absolutely be there without a lot of armor around me.”

Read more here. Also be sure to check out this brief behind the scenes video on Instagram here.


Gallery Links:
Photoshoots » 2018 » Douglas Friedman (Paper Magazine)

Nicole Richie advertises HOH 1960 x Revolve Spring campaign

Nicole Richie was recently photographed for the House of Harlow 1960 x Revolve Spring campaign. I’ve added some of those photos to the gallery! You can shop the new collection on Revolve.com.

Gallery Links:
Photoshoots » 2018 » House of Harlow 1960 x Revolve Spring Collection

Nicole Richie becomes face of new Urban Decay palette ‘Petite Heat’

Nicole Richie is the face of the new Urban Decay palette ‘Petite Heat’ which comes out on February 22nd. Nicole shot some photos for this campaign in November last year.




Gallery Links:

Photoshoots » Behind the Scenes » Behind the Scenes of Urban Decay Cosmetics Shoot (November 28 2017)
Photoshoots » 2017 » Photographer unknown (Urban Decay Petite Heat Palette)

Nicole Richie launches new House of Harlow 1960 jewellery collection

Nicole Richie has recently launched the Crystal Collection as part of her House of Harlow 1960 fashion line. The line includes various pieces of gold jewellery and can be viewed on the House of Harlow website here.

Gallery Links:
Photoshoots » 2017 » HOH 1960 Crystal Collection
Collections and Projects » House of Harlow 1960 » 2018 » Crystal Collection

Nicole Richie talks to Vice: “I would be an amazing personal assistant”

Nicole Richie spoke to Vice at the beginning of December about her show Great News, growing up, past projects and more. The photos of Nicole – in her Burbank office – were taken by Chuck Grant.

Here is a preview of the excellent interview by Aly Comingore. Click here to read the full interview!

VICE: How did you get involved with Great News?
Nicole Richie: My manager called me and said, “I have this script—I think you should read it. It’s a Tina Fey show. It’s really funny.” I’m a big 30 Rock fan, and the moment I opened the script I heard that rhythm. Then I came up with about 35 reasons why I couldn’t audition, all rooted in me thinking that it wasn’t going to happen. But I went and auditioned three times, and I got it. They had already shot the pilot, so I was shooting four days later.

You shot the first season before the election, right?
Yeah, we started shooting in August of last year, finished in October, and aired in April. It was probably the first thing on all of our minds, moreso when the season came out. Like everyone, we thought the outcome would be very different. We had some Hillary lines in there that were cut, but there’s no mention of any political figures on the show, which I think is incredibly cool of Tracy. She and Tina are such smart, elegant women, and the beauty of great comedy is when you’re able to keep aligned with who you are while making jokes too. The second season is a good representation of that.

When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be a ballerina. When I was 16, I got real bold, and I wanted to be Britney Spears’s backup dancer.

Did you always have aspirations to act?
I always knew I wanted to perform. When I was in high school, I wanted to do musical theater. I wanted to move to New York and go to college there, but my birthday’s in September, so I graduated at 17. My parents saw the look in my eye and were like, “You’re not going to the East Coast. We need to keep you here.” So I went to college in Arizona for two years—maybe two classes, but I had the time of my life.

Then, when I was done, The Simple Life just happened. At the time, there was no other show to compare it to. It was pitched to me like, “Do you want to take 30 days out of your life and go with your best friend to some city—but we’re not going to tell you where it is—and get paid for it?” And I was like, “Yeah, why not?” I did it, and it was so much fun, but it lasted for five seasons. I didn’t plan on that—my life just went in a completely different direction.

Gallery Links:
Photoshoots » 2017 » Chuck Grant (Vice)

Nicole Richie talks Great News, women in TV and what she’d name the TV show of her life with The Edit

Nicole Richie appears on the cover of Pret-A-Porter’s magazine The Edit, alongside Evan Rachel Wood, Yvonne Orji, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Sarah Silverman. You can read the feature online over at their website by clicking here. There is also a video where the five women discuss what they really think of sexism, diversity and equal opportunities both in front of and behind the camera.

Gallery Links:
Magazines » Covers » 2017 » The Edit (November 30)
Photoshoots » 2017 » Victor Demarchelier (The Edit)