First look: Gwen Stefani’s L.A.M.B Fall/Winter 09/10
Wonder how she finds time for balancing her super busy family life and her music and fashion designer careers.
Gwen Stefani is a brand, a big one, a popular one, I must say. It’s been five years since she launched her first collection for L.A.M.B. that stands for Love, Angel, Music, Baby, the name of her solo album released in 2004. For L.A.M.B. Gwen cooperates with her stylist, Andrea Lieberman, and designer Zaldy Gogo.
Sources reveal the first samples of her new, fifth collection for the brand.
So what does Fall/ Winter 2009/2010 must actually look like?
Judging by the pics, this coming fall is gonna be grey-boring with some rare bright accents. Generally the collection remains Vivienne Westwood-inspired just like Gwen’s personal off-stage style itself.
According to Gwen, the fall fashion follows this season’s skinny jeans and leggings, strappy sandals, large bags and harem pants trends.
Gwen adds trademark plaid and stripes patterns to her designs making them look more vibrant this way.
Expect to see layered clothes and cropped jacket’s and tops in Stefani’s collection, too. Collection’s rock and roll vibe is proved by lots leather, fitted jackets, and oversize collars.
I can’t say the collection totally met my expectations in what refers to color and form, what about you?
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