The Hollywood Reporter took a sneak peek at the House of Harlow pop-up store. They revealed that, even though the store is only open for two weeks, there are by-appointment sessions available with Nicole Richie‘s make-up artist Beau Nelson (July 10th at 5-8 pm) as well as the hairstylist who is responsible for her pastel hair Danny Moon (July 12th at 1-4 pm).
From unfinished wooden shelving to potted desert succulents that sit atop the marble table tops, the atmosphere definitely has the same cool, rock ‘n’ roll feel that has become a Richie signature and helped her secure her place as a true Hollywood style icon. Even the store’s playlist (a taste of which is included below) features ’70s bands that embody the “wild and free” attitude of the era, including The Rolling Stones, Janis Joplin and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.
The mix of natural textures, from wicker to leather to stone, and more glam pieces, like the wall adorned in gilded, filigree mirrors, unite to “bring all the elements into the store, so you get a real feel of what the brand is,” notes Richie. And the best part? All pieces will be available for purchase.
“Everything in the store is for sale — the rugs, the coffee table, the tables, the chairs, everything,” she says of the furniture, most of which was handpicked by herself and Gordon at antique stores throughout L.A.
Nicole also reveals that a kids collection could be a future possibly.
At the moment Richie has no concrete plans for a permanent store, however a kids collection could be in the works. “My kids have actually been asking me to,” she says of a possible children’s project. “So it’s probably next for me. It’s kind of up in the air for right now.”
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Here is the store’s playlist: