Tuesday 8 December 2009

Nicole Richie on MTV show Styl'D

Earlier in the summer Nicole Richie and Pete Wentz got together to host their own fashion show featuring Nicole's House of Harlow Jewels and Petes clothing line, the fashion event was filmed as part of the new MTV show Styl'D.

Styl'D is a reality TV show featuring 5 junior assistants all competing for a place as a stylist at the Margaret Maldonado Agency. The show follows the real lives - friendships, loves & careers of the junior assistants. At the end of the assistant program Margaret Maldonado will choose one junior assistant to become a stylist repped by her agency.

Nicole Richie and her fashion event will be appearing on tonights episode of Styl'D.
In the Nicole Richie episode Nicole Richie and Pete Wentz host a special runway presentation at Boulevard 3 in Hollywood, featured Nicole’s House of Harlow 1960 jewelry, Pete’s Clandestine Industries, and clothing from Switch Boutique.

Celebrity attendees at the exclusive fashion event include Joel Madden, Ashlee Simpson, Sara Paxton, Perry Reeves, Rick Gonzales, Robin Antin and Tyga.

Styl'D shows Nicole Richie working backstage with fashion stylists Jennifer Rade and two of the junior assistants Julie Weiss and Eric Archibald.

We were lucky enough to be given a sneak peek of these exclusive screen caps of Nicole Richie styling on the Styl'D episode which will air tonight!
Nicole Richie, Jen Rade and junior stylists Janna and Cody admiring the House of Harlow collection.
Nicole Richie and celebrity stylist Jen Rade styling House of Harlow 1960 on a runway model.

If you are in the USA click here to see a sneak peek video of the show.

Be sure to tune into MTV tonight to watch Nicole Richie on Styl'D at 11pm.



Anonymous said...

Is this showing on uk mtv?

darci said...

I think they really messed up going with the headband...just doesn't fit Nicole's eyes very well. I will say this though, the crew did a great job with The Academy Is...I may be biased because I think they already had some great source material to work with, but they turned out looking great. Also props to MTV for having some great music in the episode, especially "Feel the Beat' by Radio Freq that's such a good song.