Nicole Richie To Add Sunglasses Collection To House of Harlow 1960 Lineup

When we said Nicole Richie is getting serious with her business, we weren’t kidding. The socialite and tv personality is now expanding her fashion line, House of Harlow by adding its first bag line this coming Spring 2011, and eyewear collection.

There will be 18 bag designs and if you think that’s too few, word is it will be expanded into more than 30 styles in the Fall 2011 collection. Nicole Richie told WWD:

“There are boho styles with fringe, and we’re also doing sophisticated clutches. We used leathers, suede, patchwork and even feathers on one style.”

The bags will retail from $295 to $495. Aside from the bag collection, Nicole Richie is also pushing sunglasses to be within the House of Harlow 1960 lineup.

“Sunglasses are really important to me. I have over 500 pairs in my own collection. I think they’re really fun and you can create a different personality with sunglasses. They’re like little masks.”

House of Harlow 1960 features fashion-statements collection in the sunglasses line, including a cat-eye frame and others with chains attached to the temples. The retail prices will range from $110 to $195.

Handbags, novels, now sunglasses. Nicole Richie is one busy girl. But do we love the sunglasses? Yes we do.

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About Nicole Richie

Nicole Camille Richie (born Nicole Camille Escovedo; September 21, 1981) is an American fashion designer, author, actress and television personality. Richie rose to prominence for her role in the Fox reality television series, The Simple Life, alongside her childhood best friend and fellow socialite Paris Hilton, which lasted five seasons. The Simple Life was a hit for the Fox network, premiering with 13 million viewers, and brought Richie and Hilton to international recognition. Richie’s personal life attracted significant media attention during The Simple Life’s five-year run and she was a constant fixture of tabloid journalism before and after her appearance. Hilton and Richie are often given the distinction of being the first pair of socialites to become “famous for being famous” through reality television.

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