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Nicole Richie debuts House of Harlow ready-to-wear line
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Mar '14
courtesy: House of Harlow 1960
courtesy: House of Harlow 1960
After the last year release of a concise five-piece faux leather-made introductory range, the American reality television star Nicole Richie is back again with her full-fledged maiden ready-to-wear clothing collection under her celebrity-favourite accessory line House of Harlow 1960.
 
Replicating the laid-back Californian lifestyle, the 32-year-old designer infused elements of her signature uber-relaxed fashion sense into the casualwear line, exclusively available for sale on House of Harlow 1960’s website.
 
Based on a neutral colour palette, the girly collection features slouchy tank tops, peasant dresses, loose-fit blouses, cardigans, pullovers, cropped sweaters, roomy pants and camisoles.
 
An acclaimed fashion designer-cum-author, Nicole Richie had founded her jewellery line House of Harlow 1960, which is favoured by the likes of Vanessa Minillo, Madonna, Tina Farhat and Ashlee Simpson, in the year 2008.
 
Richie’s debut 5-piece collection, which was sold at the online boutique Shopbop, comprised of a delicate A-line skirt, moto jacket, stylish trousers and a pair of shorts with slant pockets.
 
Launched in 2000, Shopbop specializes in designer apparel and accessory collections for the contemporary chic urban women.
 

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