Gwen Stefani Hits the L.A.M.B Catwalk with Kingston
Bringing her latest looks to the catwalk, Gwen Stefani presented the L.A.M.B. Fall 2011 fashion show at The Theatre at Lincoln Center in New York City on Thursday night (February 17).
Held as part of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week festivities, the No Doubt singer proudly watched on as models showed off her new designs before taking to the runway with son Kingston by her side to close out the stylish extravaganza.
Just before getting things underway, Miss Stefani took a moment to chat with USA Today while answering a few questions posed by their readers.
Asked whether the collection had any relation to her being in the studio for a new No Doubt record, Gwen replied, "You know I always feel like clothes are a direct affect of music. Whether it be from me being like a little bit of an English girl, like a little bit of a Rasta girl, a little bit of an Orange County girl, it's like always those same things that come through in the clothes. Like you'll see (in the fashion show) it's very clear because we divided (the clothes) into six groups. I feel like I would never be a little English girl if I didn't listen to the Cure or if I didn't listen to Depeche Mode. So it's like music definitely does flow through, and I think that that's how you get your style a lot of it. It's just defining yourself through the people that you love growing up."
Seemingly more interested in her musical endeavors than the new duds on display, the 41-year-old was also asked for a timetable on a new No Doubt album and possible tour.
Clearly focused on her fashion career at the moment, Miss Stefani answered, "That I have no idea. We are making a record. We have 10 songs in it. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. The reason it's taking so long is because I'm a mom, and I'm doing all these things."