Nicole Richie and More of Revolve's Designers on How Their WFH Style Became a Form of Self-Care
As a brand, Revolve has launched the Around Our Heroes initiative to help in a big way with the mask shortage our country is facing during the coronavirus pandemic. This isn't just a corporate endeavor, it's also a way for Revolve to partner with its biggest in-house fashion designers, like Nicole Richie of House of Harlow 1960, Camila Coelho, and Pia Baroncini of LPA, to help support the cause. Revolve has a goal of procuring one million masks for those on the front lines in hospitals and healthcare facilities, this coming after Christian Siriano, Ralph Lauren, and Brandon Maxwell announced their own tremendous contributions and pledges to donate to coronavirus relief funds.
Revolve's brand partners, like House of Harlow, Camila Coelho Collection, and LPA, will be responsible for donating an additional 50,000 masks collectively, and they spoke to POPSUGAR about how they're promoting good vibes within their own homes and keeping morale high for their teams as they all work from home and adjust to this new way of life. Clearly, fashion inspiration is important to all of them — Nicole, Camila, and Pia all continue to dress up for themselves as a powerful way to start the day and set the tone for success. Scroll for our conversation, as we touch on their personal routines and their outlook on the fashion industry as a whole.