Gwen Stefani's Fall 2012 L.A.M.B. Collection Inspired by Early 1960s
Wed, 15 Feb 2012 15:43:03
In a recent email chat with The Associated Press, singer/designer Gwen Stefani revealed that she was inspired by the styles of the 1960s when designing her Fall 2012 collection for her L.A.M.B. line. She also said that her target customer and consumer is the fashion-forward female who loves her own personal style and who considers her clothes a functional (and image-making) part of her everyday life.
"I began with the original rock girl icon, the sweater girl in a pencil skirt and looked at early '60s fashion imagery. These girls were the first and have always stayed current. After that I added all the things I always loved. Houndstooth, mixed print, black and white, pop colors. This season I tried to make the clothes stand out and yet be very easy to wear," Stefani said about her Fall '12 offerings.
She also said that her ideal customer is "a fashion-forward girl, an individual who needs her clothes to perform like classic sportswear. She enjoys her fashion, loves her style, likes to express herself and not look like everyone else. Her clothes should cruise along with everything else that she loves in her life and not be difficult or restricting to wear." So fashion is functional and funky for a L.A.M.B. girl.
Do you like and/or wear Gwen Stefani's L.A.M.B. line?