House of Harlow 1960 Launches First-Ever Clothing Line ... Just In Time for Coachella!

03/26/2014 at 06:21 PM ET

House of HarlowHouse of Harlow; Inset:Courtesy Nicole Richie

When it comes to vintage-inspired boho dressing, Nicole Richie is the master. And her debut clothing line for House of Harlow 1960 is proof. The accessories and jewelry brand, launched in 2009 by Richie and partner Rick Cytrynbaum, now offers a range of styles that we could see hanging in Richie’s closet (and are bound to bring out the inner hippie in all of us).

“It’s been so gratifying to see the fan base that has grown for our accessories over the years, so I’m thrilled to provide our loyal customers with fashion to complete their look,” Richie said in a statement. “It’s exciting that House of Harlow 1960 is now one step closer to being a complete lifestyle brand,” she added.

Heading to Coachella? Then you might want to check out the breezy ready-to-wear collection (priced from $60 to $300), which features gauzy cotton materials and lightweight silks that are perfect for the festival scene. From a loose green jumpsuit to airy dresses and wide-leg palazzo style-pants, the clothes are designed to keep you looking good in the hot sun all day without breaking a sweat.

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Aside from House of Harlow 1960, Richie also designs apparel and accessories for QVC, which she had (of course) a humorous take on in an interview last month. “QVC is nuts. It’s so big that every time I go to the headquarters, I think it’s like Jurassic Park, only without the dinosaurs,” she said in a recent interview. “QVC is just so in tune with its customers … When you go in there as a designer, you have to focus on who their customer is. Things like what their needs are, what fabrics they’re drawn to, their likes and dislikes, down to what’s their climate. It’s just a totally different world for me.”

Tell us: What do you think of House of Harlow 1960’s first clothing line? Which look is your favorite?

–Brittany Talarico

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KC on

These are actually great looking pieces and very wearable.

TRISHA on

Meh. Maybe it’s the models wear the clothing, but I’m just not feeling it. I love, love, love Nicole and her style, but this just isn’t doing it for me. Sadness.

H L on

Honestly, I loathe tight pieces, but these look like they are falling off the model… Someone needs to find a safe middle, frumpy and lazy is not cute. But with that said, neither is tight and hoochie mama…oi… one day we’ll get there I suppose!

Nannyto1 on

Very nice and look super comfy too!

jackie larrea on

I’m sorry but the clothes are kind of blah, I see this stuff all the time in stores and the model doesn’t help matters she is just too thin

Smithy on

Love it!!!

Me on

I can’t believe anyone would actually want to wear these clothes, they’re hideous and dowdy.

Lynz on

I love it. I’m looking for nice things to wear this summer and i hope some of these come in my size (though because of my apparently rare size is not gonna happen) are they just being sold on the QVC or can i get them in some department stores?

Annie B. on

How about she uses models that are not anorexic to model her clothes?!! They would look much cuter!!

BumblB on

I would wear this stuff…it looks comfortable and reasonable.

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