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House of Harlow 1960

The other morning, whilst in my hotel room, I was watching Good Morning America. The guest was Nicole Ritchie, who was on to talk about her new novel, Priceless. During the interview though, something was brought up that I found even more interesting. She has her own clothing line and jewelry line, which I was unaware of. Now had this been the pink dreadlock wearing Nicole Ritchie, I probably wouldn’t have thought much of it, but now that she has matured, I love her style, so I was very interested to see what it was all about.

The clothing line, called Winter Kate, appears to currently consist mostly of jackets, shoes and handbags. The jewelry line is called House of Harlow 1960 (an homage to her daughter, Harlow, I’m guessing).

With my laptop in front of me, I quickly looked up both brands online, and I just had to share this 14KT Gold Tribal Cuff Bracelet with you. I love this! I am really in to the black/white/gold color combination this season.

You can see more of Winter Kate by clicking here and more of House of Harlow 1960 by clicking here. Take a look and let me know what you think…

(shopkitson.com)

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  1. Cinderella

    Thanks for visiting following you back! Love the design of you site and the Harlow line. Looks like I am going to be visiting often.
    XO
    C

  2. Natalie Marie

    thank you for sharing. the collection, though none of them are pieces I would pay for(not my style), is very well designed. very art deco.

  3. Cate

    I really love the silver stack bracelets and the turquoise circle pendant, but I have to say that much of the House of Harlow line is too busy for me. What strikes me, though, is how true it is to Nicole Richie’s personal style, and I commend her for standing by herself!

    1. Sarah

      @Cate…I agree, I wouldn’t wear all of the jewelry, much if it is not my style. I do adore this bracelet though…

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