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Nicole Richie's Clothing Line Launches Tomorrow — See It First!

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    If you already love House of Harlow 1960, we're happy to report that Nicole Richie now has a clothing line you can match up all all those killer shoes and accessories with. The colorful bohemian-chic collection is influenced by '70s silhouettes and prints and takes cue from Richie's personal style. The 25 pieces in the line (from maxis and asymmetrical skirts, to cropped tops and fitted jackets) look luxe, but come in at a price we can all afford — $49 to $129.

    The Nicole Richie Collection officially makes its debut tomorrow at 100 select Macy's stores nationwide and lucky for us, the State Street and Water Tower Place stores are two of them. Be one of the first 100 customers at the State Street location and you'll receive a $25 gift card towards your purchase of any item in the collection. Even if you can't make it when the store opens its doors at 10 a.m., there will be a lively shopping party with informal modeling, sips, and sweets at 5:30 p.m.

    Check out this preview of some of our favorite pieces!


    Photo: Courtesy of Macy's

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