Nicole Richie appears on the latest episode of Joyce Azria‘s podcast ‘Success Redesigned’, which was recorded in May. Joyce describes Nicole as being “as dreamy as eating chocolate and having your hair blowdried at the same time in CABO.”
As Nicole Richie‘s fashion empire, House of Harlow 1960, turns 10 years old, Nicole reflects on growing her brand, the definition of success and what she’s learned about herself along the way in the ‘No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis’ podcast.
Fast Company recently spent a day with Nicole Richie at her House of Harlow 1960 office for their ‘Passion Project’ series. Watch the full episode below.
At 26, @nicolerichie left behind “The Simple Life” and started a costume jewelry company @hoh1960. In this episode of “Passion Project” she talks about being hands-on with her business and what she learned from her father, @LionelRichie.
On June 14th, Nicole Richie revealed she was with actress Emma Roberts — who is also behind Belletrist book club — on her Instagram stories. Emma Roberts has curated Nicole’s summer reading list, which were shared during the video snap. She suggested 3 books:
1. Visible Empire by Hannah Pittard
2. Still Life with Woodpecker by Tom Robbins
3. Motherhood by Sheila Heti
Candids » 2018 » June 14th: Lunch with Emma Roberts (Instagram Story)
Nicole Richie was spotted leaving her yoga class on June 12th in Los Angeles.
Candids » 2018 » June 12: Leaving a yoga class in Los Angeles, California
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?
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.