Stefani loves design process
Gwen Stefani discusses her difficulty choosing pieces she can’t live without.
The pop star-turned-style maven founded her clothing line L.A.M.B. back in 2003 and continues to be heavily involved in the label.
More than ten years later, she admits one look doesn’t stick out as her ultimate must-have, even when going through her closet of show-stopping outfits for her appearances on US TV singing competition The Voice.
“There’s been so many outfits being on [The Voice],” she told People.com. “I really like making pieces.”
Gwen admits designing is time-consuming. But the reward far outweighs the effort.
“The finale piece I made yesterday was a L.A.M.B. custom, kinda chunk-some thing that we did,” Gwen said. “I made another piece that was L.A.M.B. earlier that had a little black-and-white kinda thing. Those are my favourite, they take time, there are a lot of fittings. But I love the process and kind of doing that — it’s like the reward of the work.”
The singer was rocking J Brand slacks and an Alexandre Vauthier Couture pearl-encrusted jacket she said weighed “about 2,000 pounds” when she spoke to the outlet at the People Magazine Awards Thursday.
But Gwen is no stranger to making sacrifices for fashion.
“I’m not kidding you,” she laughed. “Feel this part! It’s definitely — it’s worth it — it’s so beautiful, it’s such an amazing piece."
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