On September 15th, Nicole Richie, daughter Harlow, and sister Sofia went to support the family patriarch, Lionel Richie, at his concert at The Forum in Los Angeles. They were photographed backstage. Jamie Mizrahi and her husband also tagged along. Nicole shared a video saying, “The ladies were loving Lionel so we decided to join in.” Check it out below!
Nicole Richie attended Beyoncé’s concert with friends Cleo Wade and Kelly Sawyer at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood on September 4th, which was also Beyoncé’s birthday. Nicole took a few photos with some fans while there.
On August 16th, Nicole Richie, under House of Harlow, hosted a book swap dinner under Kat Collings from Who What Wear. The event was held at Saffy’s Middle-Eastern restaurant in Los Angeles. Some of the guests included Jedidiah Jenkins (who introduced the event), Carlos Eric Lopez, Jamie Mizrahi, Sophia Rossi, Simone Harouche, Cloe Wade, Liat Baruch, and Lauren Paul. Guests were encouraged to bring books, write notes about them, and place them on a table that worked as a functional library where people could choose a book to take. There were also bookmarks and House of Harlow tote bags, among other goodies available.
Did you know the Los Angeles LGBT Center is the largest #LGBTQ non-profit in the world? I didn’t! Nicole Richie recently volunteered there and stopped by a dance class at their Senior Center, a runway show with their Youth Academy, a cooking lesson with their Culinary Arts program, a stage audition in Cultural Arts, a quick therapy consultation with Mental Health Services. Watch on YouTube below:
Nicole Richie shared the books she’s read so far this year, which you can check out below. The names of the books have also been added to Nicole’s reading list, where you can see every book Nicole has ever mentioned or recommended.
Nicole Richie’s Winter/Spring 2023 Reads
My Government Means to Kill Me by Rasheed Newson
Dubliners by James Joyce
Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy
The Book of Goose bu Yiyun Li
Unpunished by Michelle Kenney
Walking Through Clear Water in a Pool Painted Black by Cookie Mueller
They’re Going to Love You by Meg Howrey
What Napoleon Could Not Do by DK Nnuro
On Writing by Stephen King
How High We Go in the Dark by Sequoia Nagamastu
The Franz Lebowitz Reader by Franz Lebowitz
Everybody Thought We Were Crazy by Mark Rozzo
Drinking Coffee Elsewhere by ZZ Packer
The Journals of May Sarton: Journal of a Solitude by May Sarton
Liberation Day by George Saunders
The Covenant of Water by Abraham Verghese
Mother, Nature by Jedidiah Jenkins
Mumbo Jumbo by Ishmael Reed
Fruiting Bodies by Kathryn Harlan
The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O’Farrell
On Migrations, Nicole said: “This book will go down not only as one of my favourites of the year, but as one of my favourites EVER.” Nicole also added a photo of The Marriage Portrait to her story, saying: “Oops I forgot about this book which I also loved.”