Whether on the red carpet or on the go, this summer's easy, breezy hairstyle is a casual top knot. Besides working with every hair type, this low-maintenance look provides instant polish to an outfit.
These days, synthpop and EDM (electronic dance music) are so popular that everybody wants a piece of the action. Lots of artists who started out in other genres have branched out into synthpop or EDM, reinventing their sound and sometimes changing their entire image.
But the singer, who spent much of her career wearing micro tops that called plenty of attention to her ripped abs, covers the October issue of Marie Claire. She is looking buff and showing off her street style, including her signature top knot ballerina bun.
Gwen Stefani was the subject of the famed 10 Questions feature with TIME, and the No Doubt singer spoke about familiar topics, such as her L.A.M.B. fashion line, the return of the band via new album 'Push and Shove,' and being a mom! She also spoke about her wedding gown designer John Galliano, who fell from grace and was dismissed from his post at Dior after making unsavory, racist remarks about Jewish people in a public place.
October is a big month for No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani. She'll turn 43 on Oct. 3 and she'll be hot on the heels of the release of 'Push and Shove,' No Doubt's first album in over a decade. She has the blues on the cover of the October issue of ELLE U.K., but that's just the color motif. Stefani is anything but blue.
Gwen Stefani has been the reigning pop-rock frontwoman for more than a decade now, leading her bandmates in No Doubt with her inimitably impressive vocals. However, when Paramore first broke onto the scene a few years back, fiery-haired songstress Hayley Williams also became a notable frontwoman in the pop world.
Gwen Stefani has made no secret of the fact that while she had fun being a 'Hollaback Girl' and releasing two successful solo albums while No Doubt were on an extended break, she didn't prefer being without her boys in her band. She's gone on record to say that her solo career will remain in the rear view, and now, she's compared that period of her professional life to playing a role and pretending.