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House of Harlow 1960

Style icon, Nicole Richie delves into her latest project, the launch of her new jewelry line “House of Harlow 1960” this Fall. Collaborating with celebrity jeweler, Pascal Mouawad, Nicole demonstrates her natural design ability to create a chic display of jewelry that incorporates her love of fashion from many different eras. The 35 piece collection follows inspiration from Richie’s sought-after style. Layering unexpected combinations of materials and styles, she contrasts feminine mixed with edgy and bold, and modern mixed with native. Using leather, silk strings, chains, rivets, gold plated metals and a beautiful palette of jewel-tone colors to decorate the array of pieces, Nicole explores every theme true to the bohemian look; from gypsy to tribal, flower child to edgy street wear. Each piece bares the quality stamp of Mouawad, with every detail from hand set leather instead of stones, to intricately pressed peacock feathers wrapped around a cuff. House of Harlow 1960 offers versatility to wear many of the pieces as bracelets, necklaces, belts or even headbands. “I’ve always felt that great accessories are essential in every complete outfit and I wanted to create a collection that was easy to mix and match; to either wear alone as an everyday piece, or stack on to make more of a statement,” says Richie. As a longtime jewelry collector, Richie has always had an eye for good quality and design. “I went to Pascal Mouawad knowing he’d be the perfect partner to build my designs; he’s been incredible at bringing my creative ideas to life.”