On Saturday, Nov. 12, Gwen Stefani hosted a party to celebrate the launch of her new Harajuku Mini line at Target. The party, which was held at Jim Henson Studios in Los Angeles, was sponsored by the discount superstore and many of Stefani's friends and family members attended the extravagant, kid-friendly festivities.

Just like Stefani's Harajuku Mini line, the launch party was full of color and liveliness. Stefani stepped onto the red carpet wearing a black and white patterned pant suit. As usual, her hair was done in a one-of-a-kind style that few people besides Stefani could pull off. In addition to her No Doubt bandmates Tony Kanal and Tom Dumont, singer Robin Thicke hit up the party as did Stefani's actress friends Selma Blair, Maya Rudolph, Ali Larter and Michelle Monaghan.

The actual party was like a kid's dream come true. There were bright, illuminated stations set up for kids to do arts and crafts, get their faces painted, and to indulge in some candy treats. Stefani also brought her sons Kingston and Zuma, who were dressed in punk-inspired gear from the Harajuku Mini line, to her fabulous soiree. The boys looked like they were having a blast at their mom's party -- Zuma was even caught goofing around with some cardboard cutouts. There was also a runway show, and the adorable pint-sized models rocked Stefani's edgy clothing on the checkered catwalk.

Scroll through these pictures from Gwen Stefani's Harajuku Mini launch party and let us know what you think of her newest fashion brand.