House of Harlow 1960 Jewelry Collection by Nicole Richie

Friday, September 26, 2008 by Wendy Lam

Back in April we reported that Nicole Richie will be releasing a jewelry collection with Mouawad. “The collection is targeted at girls in their teens to women in their 30s who admire her and the prices range from $30 to $150. Mouawad is aiming to put Richie’s pieces, which feature fabric, leather, silk strings, chains, rivets, feathers and gold-plated metals.” The jewelry is said to be influenced by Nicole’s love of the 60s and 70s. The collection will debut in the new Kitson store on Melrose when it opens in November and on This gold-plated sundial ring with leather (pictured) was inspired by “African jewelry”, quite nice- I love big rings. I can’t wait to see what else she came up with! Stay tuned…

UPDATE: Here are additional links where you can shop Nicole Richie’s House of Harlow 1960 jewelry collection…

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One more pic after the jump…(thanks reader Jiz)




Categories: celebrities jewelry/accessories


21 thoughts on “House of Harlow 1960 Jewelry Collection by Nicole Richie

  1. ever since nicole had her baby, she seems so healthy, happy. i’m really happy for her and hopes she succeeds in whatever venture she takes on

  2. Amazing, Ive been waiting about 2 years for her to come out with jewlery and her styling guide but then she had Harlow and decided to do maternity and jewlery either way she’s beautiful, her daughter is, and that ring is to die for.

    WOO HOO for trips to Kitson.

  3. I recently purchased a head piece by Nicole Richie because I’m a huge fan. I recommend to those who are debating whether or not to buy one– Don’t! The quality of the pieces are terrible. I was looking forward to receiving it by mail, and all I got was disappointment.

  4. I love Nicole’s edgy and vintage style! It’s a must have in my collection. It’s always fun to mix and match edgy pieces with classic ones like from Tina Tang.

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