January 21, 2009
Lustworthy: House of Harlow 1960
Celebrity designers are usually nothing to write home about, but I’m pretty taken with House of Harlow 1960, a jewelry line by Nicole Richie.
The socialite teamed up with Mouawad, a major fine jeweler, to produce this collection named after her 1-year-old daughter. Like its creator, the pieces are a bit mod, a little art deco, yet also hippie-ish at the same time (a combination I couldn't previously fathom).
“I’ve always felt that great accessories are essential in every complete outfit and 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,” Nicole said in a press release.
The collection is surprisingly quite affordable, with prices ranging from $12 to $125. The rings, bangles, and earrings are all gold-plated. A standout piece is the Resin Triangle Necklace, which makes a great statement while also being wearable. I can't wait to pair with my slouchy tanks.
Check out the collection at Kitson.