Nicole Richie Ventures Into Retail With a House of Harlow 1960 Pop-Up in L.A.

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.

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House of Harlow 1960 creative director Nicole Richie

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

Turkana rose gold ring by 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.”

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