Wednesday 20 January 2010

Nicole Richie on her clothing collection - "I 100 Percent designed everything."

Nicole Richie spoke to USA Today about her new clothing collection Winter Kate.
Nicole Richie who already has her own jewellery line House of Harlow 1960 spoke about her Winter Kate clothing collection :

'I 100 per cent designed everything. Colours, cuts, fabrics.
I would never put my name on something I wouldn't wear myself.
That's why it's taken me this long to have my line come out.
I do respect designers that go in it for the long haul and don't do things that are trendy.
'I've always been one to dress for comfort.
I'm not one to wear something that I don't feel good in.
Comfort was really important for me, especially doing a spring line.
For me, I really don't like to feel like I'm wearing anything.'

The Winter Kate collection prices range from the high to lower scale.

Nicole told the USA Today newspaper:

'Everything is extremely affordable, and that was important to me, to have these pieces be accessible to everyone.'
Garments from the Winter Kate range from $68 for a tank top, to $1,372 for a suede vest, while footwear from her House of Harlow shoe collection range from $158 to $275.

Winter Kate is set to be available from Spring 2010.


Anonymous said...

Working an entire 8 hour shift shoveling shit for $8-$10 an hour does not make you enough money to afford her tank top. A $68 tank top is not "affordable for everyone". Check yourself, Nicole Richie.

Anonymous said...

The rich get rich and the poor get poorer.

anonymous blogger said...

I think what she means is that compared to other celebrity lines where a tank top might be 150$ to 250$ it is "affordable". It might not be affordable for the working class of the us but it'd be easier to save up money for her line than others.

Anonymous said...

I agree with Nicole, I think these prices are very affordable! If it was cheaper the quality would probably also suck. I think the prices are nice, the designs are awesome and I can't wait to buy lots of it :-)