Gwen Talks To Washington Post About The New Collection

Gwen recently spoke to the Washington Post (via email it looks like) and discussed a little about how proud she is of the L.A.M.B. line after all these seasons and feels like she evolves and grows as a design with every line. She didn’t comment on not making the show (but we can understand the band is under a deadline it seems and family time is a priority, I just kind of wished she would say something herself) Gwen says she can’t wait to get her hands on the new line to start wearing it!

Congratulations to Gwen and her L.A.M.B. team on yet another successful showing!

Washington Post — Gwen Stefani’s LAMB collection came to New York Fashion Week, even if she didn’t.

Instead of the big runway shows the line has put together the last few fashion cycles, there was a smaller presentation of two dozen styles at the Lincoln Center tents for retailers, editors and stylists. But, this is Gwen Stefani — and the line to get in was long Sunday.

She built on her vision from the fall of a hipster muse who has a richer life than nightclubs. Someone who works, someone who goes out at night — maybe even someone with little kids. Sound like anyone you know?

“I can’t wait to get my samples in so I can start wearing them!” Stefani wrote in an email.

Look for her come spring in a halter-style babydoll dress, houndstooth culottes and a checkered, utilitarian jumpsuit with a drawstring waist. The red-carpet photographers might capture her in a long black T-shirt dress with a blue vertical stripe down the middle or gold cargo shorts with a sheer black V-neck top.

Her themes, Stefani said, were the Rat Pack and the graphic black-and-white look associated with it, Indian Majaraja — that’s the gold — and bright electric colors.

“Every season I learn and evolve as a designer,” she said. “It’s been an amazing process to watch LAMB grow from just a total dream to what it is today. I still can’t believe it’s real.”

We also wanted to mention too that we will try and cut back on the Fashion Week posts, so if we do find more links, interviews, videos, photos, etc. (that don’t involve Gwen) we will add them to the appropriate posts. Thanks!

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