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Get Ready to Fall in Love with Nicole Richie’s Etsy Collection

Get Ready to Fall in Love with Nicole Richie’s Etsy Collection

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All photography by: Ren Fuller

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I surely did. California vibes, 70s influencers, sand-like shades, breezy kaftans and decadent gems. Are you ready to live your wildest Pinterest home inspo dreams with Nicole Richie’s Etsy collection?

I love the way that for Nicole Richie, the TV icon and founder of the fashion brand House of Harlow 1960, inspiration has always stemmed from her environment. Whether that’s her home or the California landscape, her artistic style is always evolving.

“My home has always been an extension of my personal style, and I’m so grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with such a talented, diverse group of artisans, several of whom are from my home state.”

Photographed by: Ren Fuller

When talking about her limited-edition collaboration with Etsy’s sellers, taps into a strong feminine, boho vibe. From house pieces all the way to jewellery, it tells a mesmerizing story with every object. One of my favourite pieces must be Tal & Bert’s geode planter. The piece has been created with Nicole, combining gems and yellow calcite: “It has a subtle yellow hue with lots of sparkles, making it a stunning choice that’s compatible with many different styles,” she says. “It really is the perfect piece for any space.”

The full collection includes casual caftans and golden accessories and puts the ‘house’ in House of Harlow 1960 for the first time ever with ceramics, wall hangings, even pet beds. A selection of gorgeous trays, dishes and (personal favourites) gorgeous incense holders was born from a collaboration with  The Object Enthusiast. The perfect addition to any bedroom.

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“It’s important to me to partner with small businesses and to be able to introduce artists that I love and am inspired by to the House of Harlow 1960 community.”

SOOWORKS creator Kyung soon Chun is a master of sculpture, sewing, painting, gardening, soap making, and more. In her collaboration, she conceptualised a collection of taper candles and lightly scented soaps that marry straight-from-nature ingredients like beeswax and essential oils with hallmarks of Nicole’s signature style, including ‘60s-inspired patterns and striking ombré finishes.

Shop the whole collection here

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All photography by: Ren Fuller
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