Nicole Richie has come a long way since she starred as the wild and wacky sidekick to Paris Hilton on “The Simple Life.”
She has reinvented herself and is now a notable fashion designer for her self-made brand House of Harlow. She offers vintage-inspired jewelry and clothing that is edgy, chic and one of a kind.
Richie is setting up to go from being a line offered within boutiques such as Kitson in L.A. to a full retail storefront in the upcoming month. Although only for a few days, it is a big move for the star. As JCK Online notes, her House of Harlow 1960 collection will occupy “an intimate storefront of the Grove from July 3-16.
The pop up is to showcase new apparel along with some vintage pieces in both apparel and accessories. Each piece is a reflection of “Nicole Richie’s eclectic style inspired by the spirit of the 1960’s and 1970’s. A press release in regards to the pop-up shop event draws attention to this. A signature House of Harlow 1960 kimono top is one key piece that is on the must-have list among other hot items.
It has been reported that Richie handpicked all the pieces that will be be shown at the pop up and will also include “Candles, sunglasses and a selection of boho-vibe fine jewelry.” The pieces have been noted as being inspired “from her travels.”
Price points for the offered pieces will range from the reasonable to the higher end, beginning on the lower end at $24 and climbing upwards as $380. The jewelry has been selected to match the apparel that was originally selected perfectly.
As noted by JCK, the press release also indicates that “during its 13-day run at the Grove, the shop will be programmed with various fashion- and beauty-focused events and also will host a series of in-store appearances by fashion-industry players.”
About the pop up, Richie shows great enthusiasm and excitement.
“I can’t think of a better way to experience what House of Harlow 1960 is all about. The pop-up shop offers a unique environment where all things House of Harlow can be found. I am so looking forward to interacting with fans of the collection and learning more about their needs.”
As the Los Angeles Times communicates, Nicole Richie has, in fact, had a pop up boutique previously, just not within the United States. The first boutique was set up in Dubai. We’re all certainly thrilled the designer is bringing her apparel stateside.
[Feature image via the Huffington Post]