NEW YORK —
Platforms, studs, skinny pants, plaid and acid-wash peppered Stefani's collection, which is an ode not only to the '90s, when her band first hit it big, but also to the rockers from the '80s who so heavily influenced her band's sound. Reflecting the downtown feel of the clothes themselves, the show took place not in the Bryant Park tents, but at fashion week's alternate location downtown at the MAC at Milk Studios.
In addition to those touches, the collection also included harem pants, asymmetrical cuts and bodysuits. "I never thought it would turn out this good," Stefani told USA Today. "I'm really spoiled. These jeans are as good as anything I have."
She went on to describe the clothes as "casual, easy and accessible," reports Fashion Wire Daily. "They're clothes that people want to wear every day."
The line will be moderately priced, with most items ranging from $48 to $345. And now, with the collection behind her, she has time to focus on her other priorities: being a mom, turning 40 and getting back to work with No Doubt. Speaking of her family, her husband, fellow rocker Gavin Rossdale, as well as her two sons, Zuma and Kingston, were on hand to cheer her on.