Nicole Richie celebrated National Best Friend Day (June 8th) by looking for new ones who actually answer her FaceTime calls! Shame on Benji, Joel, Jamie and Sophia/Rivka.
During the launch of House of Harlow x Revolve, Pret-a-Reporter chatted with Nicole Richie about her warm-weather style, her go-to cocktail and why she won’t be returning to her admired purple hair colour anytime soon.
Pret-a-Reporter: What’s your favorite go-to piece from the collection for summer?
Richie: I’m living in the slip dresses currently. I got my samples about three weeks ago, and I just have not taken them off. The weather is warm enough here that that’s kind of what I’ve been living in. That and the bodysuits.
How would you style each of those?
The bodysuit I would throw on with a pair of [Levi’s] 501s and sandals, and the slip dress — just as is. Just put some coconut oil in your hair in a little slicked-back bun and some sandals and call it a day.
What’s the song of the summer?
I don’t listen to current music. … Right now — it’s not a summer song — but I love “Love on the Brain,” that Rihanna song. It’s not very summery; it’s actually kind of dark. (Laughs.)
What’s your summer cocktail?
Rosé with ice.
What’s your summer hair color?
I’m trying not to color my hair all summer and just let the sun do its thing. [I’m not] doing anything with my hair, actually. I’m trying to just let it be. I have naturally curly hair, so it’ll be interesting.
Which TV show are you binge-watching this summer?
I just started watching Downton Abbey and watched one season in like a week. So I’ll probably continue on.
Where’s your summer hangout?
My house. My girls come over all the time. We hang out, sit outside, swim, hang out with my kids, listen to good music.
On June 2nd, Nicole Richie attended a launch party for her new collection with Revolve Clothing. It was held at Revolve Social Club in Los Angeles and Nicole was joined by Revolve co-founder Michael Mente and all of her family and friends; some of which include Lionel Richie, Joel, Benji and Josh Madden, Cameron Diaz, Katherine Power, Masha Gordon, Katherine Power, Kelly Sawyer, Erin Foster and Jessie J.
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It’s finally here! The House of Harlow 1960 x Revolve Collection by Nicole Richie and Revolve is now available to buy online at Revolve.com! Click here to visit the store and see the full collection which was inspired entirely by life in Los Angeles. Pieces include camis, sweaters, maxi dresses, slip dresses, playsuits, jumpsuits, midi skirts and bralettes. Here are some of my favourites!
Pretty much everything in this pattern is amazing! To me it seems like the perfect mix of spring and summer, with the pale blue providing a much cooler vibe. However, this skirt stands out in particuar. I adore how its styled; a wrap with a tie at the back and the gap at the bottom which helps to show off your knees!
This ivory jumper is made from rib knit fabric and looks incredibly cosy!
LEAH SHEER INSET CAMI
House of Harlow 1960 has always carried some cute camis! On the Leah cami, I love the ruffle trim and how it falls so nicely to fit the shape of the model’s body. It also has adjustable shoulder straps to give it that personal touch.
LAINE LACE DETAIL CAMI
Much like the other cami, I love the delicate design which dresses it up a bit! It carries the same adjustable shoulder straps for a personalised fitting, but has a lace trim.
NORA LACE DETAIL ROMPER
This blush coloured romper looks really cute and is designed to adjust to your body: adjustable shoulder straps and a drawstring waist. It also includes a beautiful and delicate lace trim around the top of bottom. Also comes in black.
Collections and Projects » Collaboration with Revolve » The Collection (June 2016)
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For Father’s Day this year (June 19), HuffPost and Facebook invite you to record your own parent-child interview live in a beautiful Facebook Live studio booth in New York’s Madison Square Park or at home! Nicole Richie conducted an interview with her father Lionel.
Click here to watch their interview.
It all started at a Prince concert.
That’s how the story goes for Lionel Richie and his daughter, Nicole Richie, who interviewed each other for the latest episode of The Huffington Post’s series Talk To Me. The legendary singer talked to his daughter about his roots in Tuskegee, Alabama, and his musical influences. He also opened up about how a Prince concert led him to an important “discovery.”
“The discovery was not the show for Prince,” Lionel said. “The discovery was: there’s a 2-year-old on stage with Prince playing a tambourine.”
That little tambourine player was Nicole, whom Lionel met backstage after the show. The singer, who knew Nicole’s biological parents, realized later that Nicole’s “family situation was falling apart” and wanted to help.
“I think we decided that … what we’ll do to kind of give you some stability was we’ll be like legal guardians, but nothing more,” he said.
That eventually led to Lionel and his then-wife, Brenda Harvey Richie, adopting Nicole. At this point, the “All Night Long” singer was at one of the heights of his career and explained to Nicole that while work required him to be gone for weeks and sometimes months at a time, he would always come back.
“I remember you had abandonment issues for obvious reasons. You’d been handed around to every relative in the family,” he said. “I remember what I said to you. I said, ‘I’m never, ever going to leave you.’”
That was a promise he made to Nicole, and soon Lionel realized, in the midst of touring and songwriting, that he ended up getting the same thing in return.
“I think you…changed my life a great deal in terms of softening my heart, because everything up to that point was about songwriting and the business and touring,” he said. “All of a sudden I found something that I could actually fall in love with that was never going to leave me. How about that?”