House of Harlow 1960 by Nicole Richie Fall 2010 Footwear Collection

Back in March, I had the opportunity to preview the House of Harlow 1960 Fall 2010 Footwear Collection by Nicole Richie, the designer’s second footwear collection following the line’s Spring 2010 launch, in New York City. Adored for her personal style, Richie has already had huge success with her jewelry line, House of Harlow 1960, and her clothing line Winter Kate (taken from her daughter’s middle name), and is set to launch a collection of handbags in the spring. For fall, the shoes range from moccasins to sky-high heels, all stamped with Richie’s boho-chic vibe. Highlights include leather over-the-knee boots, cuffed suede ankle boots and lace-platform pumps. Everything is very wearable but I’d like to see Richie push the envelope just a tad more. Prices are $150 for flats to $395 for boots, and the collection will be available starting in August at all major retailers across the country and online.

GUEST POST & PHOTOS by Dianna Baros/The Budget Babe

About this post

Share this article!

There are 7 discussions. Add yours here.

  1. love the black suede wedges boots, and the leather ones with the braided back.
    not so into that indian style…

  2. Most of the collection isn't anything we haven't seen. There are a couple I like though, like the OTK leather and suede boots, and the lace oxfords.

  3. While it's not too innovative, I do love NR's style.

  4. We've all seen what she looks like without a stylist, why is Nicole hopping on the design bandwagon? These are all boring to fug versions of what's already been overdone.

  5. I love it! I do agree with Justine I don't like the Indian style either. I do agree that it is stuff that we've seen before but they are gorgeous.

  6. Agree with a lot of the commenters – not loving most of the shoes and I do really love the Winter Kate and the House of Harlow jewelry. The brown over the knee boots with fringe are really pretty – I plan to check those out in person.

  7. i love boots and I saw nothing here that really grabbed me.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked with a (*).