||As Hollaback Girl-singer Gwen Stefani bounded onto the catwalk to rapturous applause at this year's New York Fashion Week her jubilant face said it all. Watched by the likes of Vogue editor Anna Wintour and pal Diddy, the singer had just shown her collection Lamb, which stands for Love, Angel, Music, Baby.
For two years Gwen's clothes have been flying out of London department store Harvey Nichols at an impressive rate. Inspired by the singer's own quirky style, the latest collection features military coats, leather biker jackets, and T-shirts with trompe l'oeil patterns of chunky chains. At $250 for a pair of jeans the garments
aren't cheap, so with her younger fans in mind, Gwen
launched sister label Harajuku Lovers, to produce
more accessible girlie gear at lower prices.