Nicole Richie, the former reality star who’s since reinvented herself as a fashion and jewelry designer, will open her first-ever pop-up shop at the Grove shopping center in Los Angeles for her seven-year-old House of Harlow 1960 collection.
The vintage-inspired jewelry, accessories, and apparel collection, which Richie launched in 2008 at then-hot L.A. boutique Kitson, will occupy an intimate storefront at the Grove July 3–16.
Photo by Justin Coit/Courtesy House of Harlow
The pop-up will also showcase new and vintage apparel and accessories “that reflect Nicole Richie’s eclectic style, inspired by the spirit of the 1960s and 1970s,” reads a press release, including a signature House of Harlow 1960 kimono top.
Richie reportedly handpicked all the vintage pieces that will be featured in the pop-up “from her travels.” Candles, sunglasses, and a selection of boho-vibe fine jewelry—a relatively new category for the largely costume brand—will also be featured in the shop.
Courtesy House of Harlow 1960
Price points for merchandise will range from $24 to $395. Jewelry exclusives at the shop will include a malachite-focused collection that was “inspired by the colors in the apparel collection featured in the pop-up.”
According to the release, during its 13-day run at the Grove, the shop will be “programmed with various fashion- and beauty-focused events” and also will host a series of in-store appearances by fashion-industry players.
“I can’t think of a better way to experience what House of Harlow 1960 is all about,” said Richie, who was unavailable for comment, in the press statement. “The pop-up shop offers a unique environment where all things House of Harlow can be found. I am so looking forward to interacting with fans of the collection and learning more about their needs.”