The One Jewelry Trend That'll Never Go Out of Style, According to Nicole Richie


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New York Fashion Week is in full swing right now, and the event has certainly not let us down. The week's not over yet, but I already know that the Revolve Gallery will remain one of the top highlights. The retailer hosted an experiential multibrand presentation and pop-up shop that was filled with plenty of stylish new clothes and accessories.

Nicole Richie's brand, House of Harlow 1960, was among the 13 handpicked designers to show at the gallery, so we interviewed her to get the full scoop. "I talked to Revolve about what they were doing and I thought it was such an amazing idea," Richie told Who What Wear. "This is not only a presentation, but you really get to have an experience when you walk in, which I think is what people want to do right now."


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House of Harlow 1960 is reintroducing costume jewelry and expanding its fine jewelry selection, so I naturally had to ask Richie some questions on that topic. "I don't think hoops will ever go out of style," Richie told me when asked about what jewelry trend will always be chic. "I did two pairs of hoops in my collection. I think if you have that perfect weight, hoops can do so many things. I think they're a perfect way to elevate your look. They're great with a suit. If you're staying home and need just a little something, it adds to the face frame. I don't see them going out of style. You've seen them in the '70s, '80s, '90s—all the time." We definitely agree on that one. 

Scroll down to shop the jewelry trend Nicole Richie thinks will never go out of style, hoop earrings, as well as other new arrivals from her brand. 

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