Nicole Richie is on the cover of Western Australia’s The Sunday Times. She was interviewed about the Golden Slipper, being a mum and life as Mrs Madden. To read some of the interview head over to the Daily Telegraph website by clicking here.
Nicole Richie is on the cover of Cosmopolitan Middle East‘s March 2015 issue, available for purchase here. The photoshoot was photographed by Tanya Rex, the fashion director is Chee Smith, hair by Belle Femme and make-up is Hiba Jad using Urban Decay.
Nicole Richie is in the March issue of Harper’s Bazaar magazine along with Gwyneth Paltrow, Demi Moore and A-list floral designer Eric Buterbaugh. The shoot was photographed by Alexi Lubomirski and styled by Joanna Hillman.
I’ve added scans of Glamour Magazine to the gallery along with some other new pictures. Check them out below:
Magazine Scans » Articles » 2015 » Glamour (February 2015)
Photoshoots » 2014 » Justin Coit (Glamour Magazine 2015)
Appearances » 2015 » January 22: The Daily Front Row “Fashion Los Angeles Awards” show
Nicole Richie is on the cover of Australia’s ELLE Magazine, which goes on sale tomorrow (23/06). Check out the photo posted to the elleaus instagram; she looks stunning. The magazine claims that Nicole has “never been this open.”
@nicolerichie fronts our July issue, on sale from Monday. That’s four sleeps away, but who’s counting?
As if she weren’t busy enough, Nicole and the Richie-Madden family have been growing their own fruits and vegetables for the past six months. Every day Nicole tells me how “great and calming” gardening has been. Now they have, like, an entire Whole Foods in their backyard. I make her walk me through everything she’s growing (mostly for you guys because she’s tried before and I don’t care). “We have apple trees, blueberry trees, lemon trees, strawberries, butter lettuce, arugula, sugar snap peas, tomatoes, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, spinach, mint, thyme, oregano and sage.” Lionel Richie (Nicole’s dad, for the two people who might not know) guest-starred in an episode of #CandidlyNicole on AOL and expressed equal enthusiasm for gardening. But Nicole clarifies that her dad is “more of a landscaping type of guy, and I’m more of an edible garden person.”
You can read the full article by Sophia Rossi here.