Category: House of Harlow 1960

Checkout the new House of Harlow x Revolve Resort Collection

The House of Harlow 1960 Instagram posted a new photo of Nicole Richie wearing one of her collaborative House of Harlow x Revolve designs. She is wearing the Yoselin Maxi Bed Jacket in ‘Falling Leaves’ which you can buy here.

You can check out all out the new House of Harlow 1960 x Revolve pieces from the Resort Collection on by clicking here.

Nicole Richie to launch new House of Harlow ‘Crystal’ Collection on December 17

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.

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Photoshoots » 2016 » Beau Nelson (House of Harlow Crystal Collection Campaign)

Behind the Scenes of new House of Harlow x Revolve promo shoot

Yesterday, Nicole Richie did a promotional photoshoot for new House of Harlow x Revolve clothing products. Some behind the scenes photos were shared on the Instagram accounts of Revolve, House of Harlow and more.

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Photoshoots » Behind the Scenes » House of Harlow x Revolve Campaign (Dec 2016)

Nicole Richie designs exclusive jewellery for Le Tote

Nicole Richie has teamed up with Le Tote to launch an exclusive House of Harlow 1960 collection. Le Tote is a women’s fashion rental service which starts at $39 a month. They recommened pieces they think you’ll love, allow you to customise your box, wear items in your tote for as long as you want (with no strings attached) and then ship them all back when you’re ready for your next box!

Nicole has some of her classic House of Harlow 1960 pieces up for grabs as well as three brand new pieces she designed exclusively for Le Tote. They feature her signature Sunburst Stud earrings and Dakota pendant in lapis blue and the Sunburst pendant in howlite (pictured above). Click here to see all of the HOH 1960 pieces.

Le Tote also interviewed Nicole, asking her about her top style secrets! Read the interview on their blog or below.

WWhat makes her feel confident? What does she do to fix a bad hair day? What jeans does she swear by? Which accessory does she never leave home without? Le Tote gets up close and personal with Nicole Richie, House of Harlow 1960 creative director, on the eve of her exclusive LT collection launch…

Which was that one turning point in your life when you knew you just had to be in fashion?
I have known that I had to express myself creatively through design since I was a young girl. I used to spend hours in my mother’s closet, admiring her clothes and jewelry and the unique way that she put it all together.

What inspires your design process?
Living in LA is so inspiring. I love seeing the way different people dress. It is such a vibrant city. The incredible weather allows for so many outdoor pursuits. I am also super inspired by my girlfriends who juggle a million things, businesses, kids, charities, all while looking dope.

From a spring 2007 debut to spring 2017, what are some highlights of the House of Harlow 1960 journey over the past decade?
Every step along the journey has been so worthwhile. Even when we have had a misstep, it has been an opportunity to learn and recalibrate. I am so proud of the fact that House of Harlow 1960 jewelry has given women an opportunity to express themselves and have fun with fashion for almost a decade. My new partnership with Revolve has also been an exciting stop on my journey.

What is the one golden rule of accessorizing you always follow?
I don’t really believe in rules. Some days, I wear nothing more than small earrings and other I like to pile on fashion and fine jewelry together. My accessory choices depend on my mood.

What makes you feel confident?
I am confident when I am being true to myself. I am happy with my life and comfortable in my own skin. There is no substitute for following your own path.

What is that one accessory you don’t leave home without?
Bobby pins, sunglasses and my new HOH Glitter Bomb phone case.

And that one piece that you want to pass on to your daughter Harlow?
She can have it all!

What are five pieces of jewelry every woman must have in her closet?
Studs for every day, a statement necklace for that attention-getting moment, bold hoops, a headpiece for your inner queen and a ring that you never want to take off.

When in doubt, wear …
Vintage Levi’s.

Which trends are you rocking at the moment?
I don’t follow trends but I love flats and am thrilled that there are so many menswear-inspired footwear choices to wear. I save the heels for special occasions.

What’s your secret trick for:
Bad hair day: Pulled back with coconut oil
Beating stress: Tracey Anderson or time with my Chickens
Overflowing email inbox: It can wait
Buying jeans: Levi’s
Beauty: Less is more
Red carpet glam: Listen to yourself and wear what makes you feel glamorous
Everyday chic: Jeans and a tee

Finally, what is your favorite holiday ritual?
Decorating my house.

House of Harlow x Revolve Holiday Campaign

New pieces from the House of Harlow x Revolve holiday collection are now available to purchase on here. You can also check out the amazing lookbook starring Nicole Richie and model Frida Aasen here.

Gallery Links:
Photoshoots » 2016 » Tony Duquette Studios (House of Harlow x Revolve Holiday Campaign)

Nicole Richie releases collection with Rocksbox Jewellery

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.

Nicole Richie talks to Los Angeles Times about her collection with Revolve

Nicole Richie was asking an assistant if she had time to duck out of the Revolve Social Club on Melrose Avenue, where she had just wrapped an August photo shoot, to visit her daughter, Harlow, and son, Sparrow.

Richie was waiting for her next meeting when she realized she might have 10 minutes to spare to see her son and daughter and give them a quick cuddle.

“It’s about finding pockets of time where I can be with my family,” said Richie, who has evolved from a former reality show star into a successful fashion designer with her brand, House of Harlow 1960. “Right now, my schedule is all over the place.”

That week alone, Richie was dipping her toes back into the world of entertainment. She has a role as the co-host of a cable-news show in the Tina Fey-produced comedy “Great News,” which is set to premiere on NBC in 2017.

Otherwise, much of her time has been taken up by her new collaboration with popular Los Angeles-based fashion retailer and manufacturer Revolve. Richie has created a capsule ready-to-wear collection of a few dozen pieces under her House of Harlow label for the retailer.

The collaboration with Revolve happened organically. The retailer sells Richie’s jewelry line, she shops the site for her own wardrobe, and “we decided to talk about where I was going as a designer,” she said.

“I went downtown, saw their factory and immediately knew they were somebody I wanted to be in business with in a much bigger way,” Richie said. “They’re just cool, innovative thinkers.”

On this midweek summer afternoon, Richie was wearing a pair of slender vintage 501s and a cream sweater she had pulled off a hanger on a rack at Revolve, a members-only fashion lounge and private boutique.

She has the charisma and affability of her father, singer Lionel Richie, whom she lovingly said, “Cries every time I’m with him” about her accomplishments. “I tell him, ‘Dad, I’m going to be 35. Let’s take it down a notch.’ But he’s very proud.” (Richie’s birthday is Sept. 21.)

Richie’s first collection for Revolve bowed in June, replete with colors such as blush and pale blue and fabrics including delicate linens. Each collection includes about 15 to 20 styles, which range from about $90 for tops and bodysuits to $400 for an embellished jacket.

Looks for the capsule collection are updated frequently, with current style offerings including silky midnight blue separates, lacy jackets and paisley-print burnt orange maxi dresses.

Raissa Gerona, Revolve’s vice president of brand marketing and strategic partnerships, said, “Nicole’s style and aesthetic are so consistent and true to her and her lifestyle.”

She added that recent top sellers from the line include a scoop-necked Wren tank bodysuits and the fluid Charlie wide-leg pant.

“I’m such a part of the everyday process,” Richie said. “I’m down at the factory all the time. Being able to relate directly to the consumer gives me an opportunity to tell my story. I live and breathe it. I wouldn’t spend my time doing it if I couldn’t be 100% there.”

It is not lost on Richie that she had advantages that most young designers starting out don’t. She launched a jewelry collection nine years ago and expanded into ready-to-wear 18 months later.

By then, she was already famous, not only as the daughter of a music legend, but also having just come off the hit reality show “The Simple Life” with costar Paris Hilton.

Richie had options for her future. Doors were opened for her. Still, she found herself reconnecting with an old paramour from her childhood: fashion.

“I was born in 1981, and by the time I was 4,” Richie said, “I was sitting in my mom’s dressing room watching her get her hair and makeup done and going everywhere with my dad — the Grammys, the [American Music Awards]. She loved [Azzedine] Alaïa and Chanel.”

After Richie started competitive figure-skating as a child, she had a fashion awakening. She watched Olympic skater Nancy Kerrigan skim over the ice wearing a Vera Wang black-and-white dress, and Richie was hooked.

“It had a white panel and sheer black sleeves,” Richie recalled. “I loved that dress.”

That moment inspired her to start designing her own figure-skating costumes. “That was my first introduction to the design world as a whole,” Richie said. “I realized it was about having a vision, and then making it come to life.”