Nicole Richie shared a behind the scenes photo from her shoot with L’Officiel Paris magazine to promote the Project September app. Nicole is wearing her favourite faux fur coat (Marisa) from her House of Harlow 1960 collection. You can find more of her favourites on her Project September profile.
Nicole Richie has created a new House of Harlow collection titled ‘Crystal‘ which will be exclusive to Curve and available on their website from December 17th. There is currently one campaign photo released which you can see below. The photo and make-up are by Beau Nelson, wth hair by Gregory Russell.
Photoshoots » 2016 » Beau Nelson (House of Harlow Crystal Collection Campaign)
I recently added some missing photoshoots of Nicole Richie from 2007, 2008 and 2009 to the gallery. Check them out below or see all the last uploads by clicking here.
Photoshoots » 2009 » Justin Coit
Photoshoots » 2009 » Tony Duran
Photoshoots » 2008 » KW (InStyle Magazine)
Photoshoots » 2008 » James White (Glamour Magazine)
Photoshoots » 2007 » Mark Abrahams (Marie Claire)
Photoshoots » 2008 » Ezra Petronio (Self Service Magazine)
New pieces from the House of Harlow x Revolve holiday collection are now available to purchase on Revovle.com here. You can also check out the amazing lookbook starring Nicole Richie and model Frida Aasen here.
Photoshoots » 2016 » Tony Duquette Studios (House of Harlow x Revolve Holiday Campaign)
Nicole Richie recently hosted the 2016 Environmental Media Awards. Whilst there she and many other celebrities took part in a portrait studio made from vintage furniture pieces from a local store called Lee Stanton Antiques. The Environmental Media Association helps bring attention to persevering the environmental.
The owner of Lee Stanton Antiques said “I collaborated with photographer Carlos Eric Lopez, who wanted to create a set with the mood of David Fincher’s movie ‘Fight Club.'”
You can read why Nicole loves antiques over at Architectural Digest by clicking here.
Nicole Richie recently teamed up with Rocksbox Jewellery to create an exclusive new collection, curated by Nicole for her House of Harlow 1960 line. The HOH x Rocksbox collection puts a twist on her classic Sunburst shape.
Rocksbox: Can you share your inspiration behind the Sunburst collection?
Nicole: The Sunburst is one of the first pieces that I designed. I was inspired by the Art Deco movement, and continue to draw inspiration from that period to this day. I think that the reason for the longevity of the Sunburst is because of its simplicity and elegance.
Click here to view the entire collection on their website.