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Nicole Richie opening shop

Published 22/06/2015

Nicole Richie
Nicole Richie

Nicole Richie is offering exclusive pieces at her first ever House of Harlow 1960 pop-up store next month.

The 33-year-old star has been busy with her VH1 reality show Candidly Nicole alongside running her fashion empire.

And now, having spent a lot of time filming at The Grove in Los Angeles, Nicole has decided to open a pop-up store at the retail hotspot on July 3. Boasting 935-square-foot of space and located between the Kiehl's and Nike Town shops, there will be exclusive pieces on offer. A one-off House of Harlow apparel collection will be available to customers with items such as dresses, tops and a kimono jacket, and there will also be accessories such as jewellery and sunglasses.

Purchases come in at between $24 and $395, though if fans fancy splashing out they can buy one of 12 fine jewellery pieces from her first every capsule collection priced between $800 and $900.

Nicole founded her company in 2008 as a jewellery line before expanding into clothing and shoes in 2010. She hopes those who have followed her journey will enjoy the pop-up shop and see how far she has come.

“I want you to walk into our world and just understand what I’m trying to say,” she told WWD. “I’m now at a point where I want it to be a lifestyle brand.”

There will be a selection of vintage clothes to choose from as well.

Nicole has a distinct boho-chic aesthetic and has become a style icon over the years. When it comes to shopping for vintage herself, there's no rules for the pretty star.

“You could mix whatever you wanted like different textiles and fabrics [in the past] – it was so fun. I just like to walk around and see, and clothes are able to speak to you. I like browsing and feeling what I’m pulled towards,” she recently smiled to vogue.com.au.

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