Just another celebrity-helmed brand? Hardly. House of Harlow 1960 and Winter Kate are the inventions of fashion icon Nicole Richie, and there's no mistaking her distinct boho-chic vibe in every piece. Fellow red-carpet trendsetters like Madonna and Vanessa Minnillo have flocked to the line since its 2008 debut, and what started as a 50-piece costume jewelry collection has quickly expanded to include ready-to-wear, shoes, sunglasses, and more.
When you find yourself in a wardrobe rut, where better to look than to young labels known for their fresh, playful aesthetics? We’ve rounded up some of the most frisky and flirtatious looks we could find for spring to help you on your way: punk leather jackets, vibrant print rompers, pretty ruffled dresses, and more.
Want to score of-the-moment wintertime styles by some of your favorite designer names for less? This mix of essential separates, dresses, and accessories — by Hat Attack, Calvin Klein, and more — makes dressing for the cold weather simple.
The collection is named after her daughter, but its hippie-luxe aesthetic is definitely inspired by Nicole Richie's signature style. You'll find the bohemian maxi and kimono dresses, silky ethereal tops, and cotton tunics that achieved ubiquity in the 1960s, but re-imagined in a way that strikes the perfect balance between vintage-inspired and decidedly of-the-moment.
Here at Gilt Groupe, we take great pleasure in making sure your wardrobe is stocked for every situation—day, night, or in between. Case in point: This fabulous fall roundup, which includes such staples as silk drawstring pants from La Fee Verte, a black silk dress from Isabel Vu, and denim leggings from David Lerner.