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Nicole Richie's Next Project: Shoe Designer

03/31/2009 at 12:29 PM ET

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Soon you’ll be able to channel style icon Nicole Richie from head to toe — at least as far as accessories are concerned. Following the success of her line of headbands and jewelry, the star has just inked a deal to design footwear, WWD reports. Partnering with the manufacturers who produce Modern Vintage shoes and Earnest Sewn jeans, Richie will add a line of around 20 shoe styles to her House of Harlow 1960 label for spring of 2010, as well as bags, belts and small accessories. And according to business partner Rick Cytrynbaum, Richie will have creative control at every level of the design process. “Nicole is designing everything herself,” he says. “She’s totally devoted to this, and we’re creating a whole lifestyle around her aesthetic and what is true to her.” Click here to check out her current collection at shopkitson.com. Tell us: What do you think about Richie’s latest design venture?

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Concerned on

Shouldn’t a pregnant-already-mom be focusing on something other than media attention? Nicole, you have more than enough money to sustain your lifestyle for the rest of your life…when is enough enough? Go home and focus on what you are already doing – not just stunts to get you into the media…over and over again.

ify on

The question “what makes her/he so famous” never ceases to amaze me. How did Oprah or Brad Pitt become famous, opportunity. Every famous person started as just “one of the masses”, so what is the big deal. She has opportunites and access that some of us don’t, that’s her luck. I love her style, I really think she nails it 95% of the time with what she wears. I look forward to her shoes, and I am glad she is using her time productively, unlike some of her peers.

chris on

She’s gross and has no class what so ever!

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