Friday, October 31, 2008

Nicole's jewelry line is selling incredibly well

Want to look like Nicole Richie? Now you can - sorta.
The former "Simple Life" star's jewelry line, House of Harlow 1960, is currently up for grabs at - and it's going like hot cakes.
"The line is selling incredibly well - well beyond our high expectations," Dean Khalil, vice president of Kitson L.A., told the Daily News.
Aspiring Richie-a-likes can get their hands on 16 offerings, including an "antigue" ring ($12), black leather cuff ($125) and the $28 leather 'n' gold starburst ring Richie donned last week - along with the majority of her collection.
The fashionista named her debut jewelry line after her 10-month-old daughter, Harlow, and her love of retro duds.
"I've always felt that great accessories are essential in every complete outfit," Richie said in a press release.
"I wanted to create a collection that was easy to mix and match; to either wear alone as an everyday piece, or stack on to make more of a statement."
Richie's line, which won't ship until the first week of December, is produced by Mouawad - the same company behind the Heidi Klum Collection.


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