House of Harlow 1960's festival fashion collection is inspired by Coachella and other music events. The cozy range is unlike traditional festival ensembles that consist of floral crowns and denim cutoffs, instead appealing to the urban dweller with a bohemian flair. The label's founder Nicole Richie is known for her bohemian style and is not a stranger to music festival fashion.
Her House of Harlow 1960 festival fashion collection is made up of classic turtleneck sweaters and cropped knit separates along with peplum tank and sweat pant combinations. Aesthetics and practicality meet half way in this chic collection. Its lookbook highlights easy and wearable pieces that will appeal to the urban dweller who seeks fashionable and functional clothing.