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Nicole Richie teams up with Revolve

Published 25/07/2016

Nicole Richie
Nicole Richie

House of Harlow 1960 founder Nicole Richie partnered with retailer Revolve as their customers are the "same girl".

Nicole Richie thinks of her collaboration with Revolve as “the perfect marriage”.

TV star-turned-designer Nicole has been pouring her time into her label House of Harlow 1960 in recent years, creating clothes, jewellery, bags and sunglasses.

She’s recently teamed up with retailer Revolve, and wore one of her new designs to the launch party held at the brand’s Hamptons house.

“I just knew that it would the perfect marriage the moment I met with them,” she smiled to America’s InStyle Magazine. “They are young, innovative, creative people who are constantly experimenting and wanting to push boundaries and really designing for the same girl that House of Harlow does so I really just knew that it would be a good match.”

Stunning in an orange jumpsuit with a cut out section showing off her flat stomach, 34-year-old Nicole teamed her own design with Manolo Blahnik shoes. She also opted for House of Harlow earrings, taken from the brand’s new higher priced line Black Label.

“These crystals are part of the collection,” Nicole explained. “I put specific crystals for the appropriate chakra and place on your body.”

As well as her design work, mother-of-two Nicole is also heading back to the small screen with a role on Tina Fey’s new show Great News. The former The Simple Life star admits she’s a huge Tina fan, and calls the job an amazing opportunity.

She’ll now have to juggle family life, designing and acting, but isn’t fazed about her upcoming packed schedule.

“There’s always a new stage,” she shrugged. “There’s a new stage with kids, a new stage with careers and you can plan it out as much as you want and I definitely love a plan. I’m a Virgo and I love a written down schedule but that’s not what life is. So I just wake up every morning and I prioritise and I do the best I can.”

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