One of our favorite celebrity clothing designers may not be taking the bow at her upcoming runway show during New York Fashion Week next month.
However, Gwen Stefani has a pretty good excuse–she’ll (possibly) be in Los Angeles finishing up No Doubt’s first new album in 10 years, which we are so excited about that we’re pretty sure we can forgive her. Plus, with three clothing lines (including Harajuku Mini which launches at Target in November), two fragrances, and Zuma, she has a lot on her plate.
A spokesperson for L.A.M.B. told Page Six, “Given the extraordinary demands of working on three fashion lines while also finishing a new record, it is hard to say whether she will be able to attend the actual presentation in New York next month.”
This makes us wonder how important Gwen Stefani’s presence at her show really is.
Remember Fake London? It was this very quirky, very British fashion label launched in 1997 by Spanish-born, UK-residing designer Desiree Mejer. The brand quickly became famous for its off-kilter interpretations of the Union Jack flag and patchwork, magpie garb. Madonna and Oasis’ Liam Gallagher were big fans, as was Gwen Stefani back in her No Read more →