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.
French DJ / producer Martin Solveig may have had one of the biggest hits of 2011 with his Dragonette-featured track 'Hello,' but his collaboration dreams have yet to come true. In an interview with Spinner, Solveig cited Gwen Stefani as the one living vocalist whom he would love to work with.
Gwen Stefani is a pink lady on the cover of the November issue of InStyle. The mag's lineup of fall cover gals has been incredibly musical, with Beyonce and Katy Perry preceding their fellow diva Stefani. But Stefani's cover isn't exactly promoting the long delayed new No Doubt album. Instead, the successful L.A.M.B. and Harajuku Lovers designer is launching Harajuku Mini for Target next month, so what better way t0 promote her children's mass market line than with a fashion spread?
Gwen Stefani is as famous for her fashion-forward style as she is for her solo efforts and her work with No Doubt. The ever-stylish mom of two toddler sons is expanding her fashion empire beyond her high end L.A.M.B. line and her mid-range priced Harajuku Lovers line by launching Harajuku Mini, a collection of clothing for children which will be sold at discount retail superstore Target.
Celeb kiddos Kingston and Zuma Rossdale headed to the La Brea Tar pits with their nanny recently, and while Kingston maintained his usual stink eye for the paps, he did try to give his little brother a sweet kiss.
Zuma was seen 'talking' on an iPhone, and the boys gave money to a street musician. Like a true rock star's kid, Kingston apparently likes to stick out his tongue, and sported a Billy Joel tee shirt on June 25.