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House of Harlow x Revolve Holiday Campaign

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November 14th, 2016

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.

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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.

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Photoshoots » 2016 » Carlos Eric Lopez (EMA Awards)

Nicole Richie hosts the 2016 Pearl xChange

Posted by Toni on
November 7th, 2016

On November 5th, Nicole Richie hosted her second Pearl xChange women’s conference. The event took place at The London West Hollywood and had a wide range of speakers – including Cameron Diaz, Katherine Power and Sophia Rossi – who were able to share their journeys and experiences with the women in the audience. Nicole also arranged for attendees to be able to create their own personalised Pearl xChange demin jackets!

At the event, Richie spoke to People about why the Pearl xChange is so important to her. “To put it simply, the importance of collaboration,” she told PEOPLE at the event. “With millennials and just the way that the world is working, women are shaping who they are, what they want to become, at an earlier age, earlier and earlier.”

“They’re all so capable of understanding with that comes the responsibility of understanding the importance of being open and vulnerable with other women around you to surround yourself with people who have strengths where you have weaknesses, and to not look at that as something intimidating, but as something we need to celebrate and collaborate on,” she continued.

Nicole is also concerned that the number one women she is influencing is of course her 8 year old daughter Harlow. “I think it’s less about my words. It’s more about my actions that are going to really resonate with her.” She also added “I have a huge family. We all chip in to do anything we do. We decide as a family, we decide as a group.”


BEST. DAY. EVER. @PearlXChange 📸 @laurakleinhenz

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Nicole Richie attends Pearl xChange Cocktail Party

Posted by Toni on
November 5th, 2016

Today is the day of the Pearl xChange conference which was co-founded by Nicole Richie last year. Last night, to kick off the festivities, a cocktail pre-party was hosted to celebrate the Pearl xChange. It was held at The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills which is a glamorous all-suite hotel just off the Sunset Strip.

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Appearances » 2016 » November 04: Pearl xChange Cocktail Party at The London West Hollywood in Beverly Hills, California

On November 2nd, Nicole Richie attended fashion website and brand Who What Wear‘s 10th anniversary celebration with her friend and WWW’s co-founder Katherine Power. Also in attendance was Jessica Alba, Hillary Kerr, Jeannie Mai and Jaime King.

Don’t forget to check out Nicole’s snapchat ‘itsnikkifresh’ for coverage from the night!

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Appearances » 2016 » November 02: Who What Wear 10th Anniversary #WWW10 Experience in Los Angeles, California

Nicole Richie‘s appearance on Chelsea Handler’s Netflix show ‘Chelsea‘ is now available to stream. It’s a really funny and insightful interview. Click here to view it or search for the show manually! Also, you can check out the highlights below if you do not have access to a Netflix account.

Chelsea: Do you feel offended when people bring up your past?
Nicole: When I’m at home it’s more of a, you know, we laugh about it and we joke about it and it is kind of funny. But occasionally, someone loves to point out how dark or bad something was and how good things are right now. And I don’t really believe in that. Just as much as we have to allow time and space for amazing things to happen, we also have to allow time and space for us to go through changes and that’s part of the journey of life. If those moments are meaningful in your life and help you get to where you wanna be then they’re just as important as the good times and probably even more important.
C: When I look back at my younger self I’m like ‘God how did I do that? That was so scary, would I be able to do that now?’ Do you feel that way or do you feel tougher now than when you were younger?
N: No, I actually feel a little more sensitive. How about you?
C: What was going on with us where you think you can just do whatever the fuck you want whenever you want? And I try to hold onto it because I don’t ever want to change. I don’t want to be someone who over thinks something. But I almost feel more insecure in certain ways as I get older.
N: I’m the type of person – and I’m okay with this about myself – but I think that there are people that if you say ‘don’t swim because you will drown,’ there are kids that’ll be like ‘okay, I wont’ but then there are kids that are like ‘let me jump into this pool and wait and see what happens and for me to know ok I need to be careful.’ And I’m someone that has to try things in order to know what’s actually dangerous.

C: Do you think you’re a good mummy?
N: Yes I do. I do think that I am. I hope I am.
C: Do you doubt yourself as a mum?
N: No.. what do you mean?
C: Like I would be nervous that I don’t have enough information for my kids when they ask me so many questions, about space and shit.
N: Oh all the time!
C: Like science questions, I’d be like ‘I don’t have an answer for you.’
N: There are a lot of questions and especially when they come home with like math questions and I’m like ‘ooh…’ and when they come home like ‘I have to do homework’ and I think to myself ‘ooh I never did that’ so I’m probably not the one to [come to].

C: So tell me about your Pearl xChange. This is your second year of this conference and I know Cameron [Diaz], your sister in law, is your keynote speaker this year.
N: Yes, the first conference was last year and there six different speakers that came on with me [..] There were many different people, different walks of life and the throughline for it is that no-one can get where they are without collaborating with different people, who are different from them. I’m seeing so many young girls look at other girls that are different from them and think ‘okay that person is different from me therefore I’m intimidated therefore I don’t like that person.’ We actually need to be thinking opposite of that because it’s by surrounding yourself with people that have strengths where you have weaknesses that they add another layer to your life, that you teach them something, and that you can both evolve and grow together. And so it’s really a conference to explain how important collaboration is and how important it is to open yourself up to people that are different than you instead of feeling like it’s something we don’t understand and we hate it. We should say ‘oh that’s something I don’t understand and I would love to understand more about what that perspective is, and let me go and value myself to know that I have something to bring to the table and I’m sure that they do too. And let’s just all have fun, be friends and grow.
C: I don’t mean to say this in a negative way, I mean… you’re so eloquent and you’re so well spoken and I love this, like everything you’re saying is so true and you’ve obviously been thinking about it, it’s so thoughtful and I will bring up your past – I can’t believe you drove down the wrong side of a freeway and you came out the other side. It’s amazing.
N: Now to my defence it was a 134.

C: So who are you most inspired by? I know you and Cameron are really close and inspire each other, but who are some other people in your life that you really feel connected to that have inspired you?
N: My mother is a huge inspiration to me and also I’m so inspired by my girlfriends. I grew up here in LA, so a lot of my friends have been my friends since I was 2 and 3 years old, some I met a little later but I’m talking like 13. And we all have gone down different paths and we all do different thing and you would be surprised at how different we all are and how many times we come together and are relying on each other. And also how many people I went to school with and thought ‘Oh my God, I have nothing in common with this person. I will probably never see them again’ and then you run into them when you are an adult and see how you guys can rely on each other then. So I’m hugely inspired by my friends and people around me.
C: What do you do when you have negative feelings? There’s always a competitiveness that girls feel growing up. Even when you start to become a professional there’s still a competitiveness. How have you handled that?
N: First of all it’s so easy and natural to have that feeling of course, and I find that it’s really about focusing your energy inward and understanding the value within yourself. And if you can take that time to just love yourself and not look outward for it, then you’re gonna feel confident enough to just love the person next to you.

Nicole Richie spoke to AOL about the Pearl xChange and why she strives to be open and vulnerable.

Nicole Richie has her own clothing and jewelry line, House of Harlow 1960. And she’s got a new TV show on NBC, “Great News.”

But she is above all an empathetic and incredibly funny mom who very much appreciates the insane juggling act involving work and kids.

“I so respect you for doing this interview during dinner!” she exclaims, during an evening phone chat to discuss her conference, Pearl xChange, taking place in Los Angeles on November 5.

Her conference, which she’s hosting, features a mix of experts, including author/actress Cameron Diaz and Julie Rice and Elizabeth Cutler, the co-founders of SoulCycle. Plus, the day includes her close friends, Who What Wear powerhouse Katherine Power and Sophia Rossi, one of the brains behind HelloGiggles.

“I wanted to start this conference to present information in a different way. It’s about collaboration. It’s about how we as women have to approach each other. We have to be open and vulnerable,” says Richie.

She relies on the women in her life for advice, laughter, support and everything in between.

“My friends have been my friends since I was three years olds. We’re all very different. We celebrate our differences. We don’t feel like we need to dress the same,” she says.

Her conference, which she’s hosting, features a mix of experts, including author/actress Cameron Diaz and Julie Rice and Elizabeth Cutler, the co-founders of SoulCycle. Plus, the day includes her close friends, Who What Wear powerhouse Katherine Power and Sophia Rossi, one of the brains behind HelloGiggles.

“I wanted to start this conference to present information in a different way. It’s about collaboration. It’s about how we as women have to approach each other. We have to be open and vulnerable,” says Richie.

She relies on the women in her life for advice, laughter, support and everything in between.

“My friends have been my friends since I was three years olds. We’re all very different. We celebrate our differences. We don’t feel like we need to dress the same,” she says.