Nicole Richie is gearing up to release the campaign for her House of Harlow 1960 Fall 2013 collection. We have the behind-the-scenes video below, where she talks about the inspiration for the collection, her 'more is more' styling philosophy and why she's not the real star of the shoot.
Her inspiration: "The collection is inspired by music. This season I took that inspiration and made it a bit more literal, so you'll see a lot of guitar pics, you'll see some really cool safety pins. This collection is definitely a little more out there. There are some of the classic pieces, but we incorporate some really great skins, some great leathers with the jewelry… It's a really cool collection."
Shooting the Fall 2013 campaign: "One of the really important things to me was the set design. So we came up with the idea to do a very simple, crisp white background with molding. The reason we did that is just to kind of throw in something different, because I played with so much color this season. I wanted something to be extremely elegant and classic, and we're going to make the jewelry stand out from there."
Her co-star: "Unfortunately, I'm not the star of this entire shoot. I have been joined by someone whose star shines much brighter than mine. His name is Iro [Nicole’s dog]."
All about the layers: "What I like to do personally, is I like to layer all of my jewelry. And my philosophy really is 'more is more' so I've been layering every piece that I can on. And that's really the whole vibe of House of Harlow 1960, is that you can really wear it whatever way you want. Pieces are meant to be layered, and they're meant to reflect your personality. So it's however you want to wear it, you can wear it as delicate or as out there as you want."