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Nicole Richie creates clothing

Published 27/03/2014

Nicole Richie
Nicole Richie

Nicole Richie's House of Harlow 1960 brand has launched its first clothing line.

The fashionista set up accessories and jewellery brand House of Harlow 1960 with partner Rick Cytrynbaum in 2009.

Now the duo have launched their first line of vintage-inspired clothing and the 32-year-old couldn't be more thrilled.

“It’s been so gratifying to see the fan base that has grown for our accessories over the years, so I’m thrilled to provide our loyal customers with fashion to complete their look,” Nicole said in a statement reports People Magazine.

“It’s exciting that House of Harlow 1960 is now one step closer to being a complete lifestyle brand.”

Nicole has become known for her boho-chic style since she first burst onto the scene with Paris Hilton in the TV show, The Simple Life. This is reflected in the brand's first collection, which includes gauzy cotton materials and lightweight silks.

From tunic dresses to shorts, camisoles to jumpsuits, the range is perfect for the summer ahead, particularly festival season. The range is priced from $60 to $300.

As well as her own range, Nicole has designed collections for QVC, something she found to be quite an 'experience'.

"QVC is nuts. It’s so big that every time I go to the headquarters, I think it’s like Jurassic Park, only without the dinosaurs,” she said in a recent interview. “QVC is just so in tune with its customers… When you go in there as a designer, you have to focus on who their customer is. Things like what their needs are, what fabrics they’re drawn to, their likes and dislikes, down to what’s their climate. It’s just a totally different world for me.”

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