This rustic and bohemian-inspired pop-up shop is the first physical location for the successful brand from Nicole Richie. Filled with ethereal, luxurious accents such as beach wood on which jewelry is displayed, the pop-up is a fun and eclectic mix of retro and rustic design.
Housed inside a commercial space at LA's the Grove, the stunning House of Harlow 1960 pop-up shop as designed by interiors guru Masha Gordon, who has worked closely with Richie on numerous occasions. Billed as a "head-to-toe glamour fest," the pop-up retail experience includes in-person events with Richie's friends like Katherine Power of Who What Wear fame and Simone Harouche, stylist and designer. The chic pop-up displays the current selection of clothing, jewelry and accessories from the line and include a mini Pressed Juicery stand so that customers can stay well-hydrated during their visit.