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Nicole Richie creates capsule jewellery collection for accessories rental service

Published 26/10/2016

Nicole Richie
Nicole Richie

All three of Richie's pieces feature the sunburst theme.

Nicole Richie has partnered with designers at Rocksbox to create a new jewellery collection.

Lionel Richie's daughter designed three pieces for the accessories service, which offers users the chance to rent three different pieces of jewellery a month for a fee of $19 (GBP16), and then purchase any piece they like.

The 35-year-old's pieces include a pair of sunburst stud earrings and two sunburst pendant necklaces, according to People.com.

"The sunburst is one of the first pieces that I designed," a statement from Richie reads. "I was inspired by the Art Deco movement, and continue to draw inspiration from that period to this day. I think that the reason for the longevity of the sunburst is because its simplicity and elegance."

"I love to wear a statement necklace," she adds to PeopleStyle. "I find that I am very drawn to the necklaces in the collection and am really excited to make the Aquila Wing pendant necklace part of my wardrobe."

Nicole, who created fashion and accessories company House of Harlow 1960 in 2008, enjoyed working on the capsule collection because it gave her an opportunity to expand her design knowledge.

"The great thing about designing is that it allows you to collaborate with so many different people," she says. "I love working with new partners because I learn something new and have an opportunity to see my designs on a more diverse group of women."

"The one thing that I have learned is to always listen to your inner voice and stay true to who you are," she adds. "Don't try to please everyone, all the time."

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