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Nicole Richie to Design for Macy's
By ANTOINETTE BUENO
May 08, 2012
Looks like Nicole Richie has officially successfully turned herself from a reality star to a full-on fashion mogul.
The Fashion Star judge is the latest designer to collaborate with Macy's on a limited-edition capsule collection, joining the high-fashion likes of Karl Lagerfeld, Alberta Ferretti and Giambattista Valli.
Unsurprisingly, Nicole's 24-30 piece collection will revolve around her own signature look.
"She's got a very definitive look, very free style and bohemian chic, and our collection will definitely pay homage to her style," Martine Reardon, Macy's Inc.'s chief marketing officer, tells WWD.
"This collection has a strong mix of masculine and feminine: printed chiffon mixed with faux leathers," Richie says about her collection, which she designed for "the modern woman" and her "many different layers." "Women are wearing so many different hats these days ... Not just working but creating."
No doubt the collection will also be cheaper than her pricey House of Harlow 1960 line.
Nicole's collection will be available mid-September in Macy's Impulse department, as well as on Macys.com.