Gwen Stefani ended fashion week with her Fall/Winter line 2011 for L.A.M.B. and it was a phenomenal show, check out pics and a review of the show NOW!
New York Fashion week this year was a head turner at every show, from celebrity guests to designers pushing the limits. [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Gwen Stefani[/lastfm] is by far one of the most talked about highlights from NYC Fashion Week.
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This year, Gwen separated her show into six different groups: Soldier Girls, Rasta Ragga Muffins, London Girls, Buffalo Girls, Mod Girls and Glamour Girls.
The soldier girls had the militant look, the Rasta’s were dressed in colorful dresses with an island vibe, the london girls were in suits tailored for women, the buffalo girls were dressed like Pocahontas in the year 2011, Mod girls were in prints and stripes, then finally the closer of the show were the Glamour Girls – they were in seventies themed dresses and jumpsuits. Each group had their own music, themes and color schemes. It was truly inspirational to see so much for the colder half of the year.
She also featured jewelery that accessorizes most of the line. Noir Jewelry was found on almost every outfit coming down the runway. They have graced the fab styles of [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Lady Gaga[/lastfm], [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Fergie[/lastfm] and [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Nicki Minaj[/lastfm] as well.
L.A.M.B. allowed people to finally see that you can dress every day in your life to any style you feel like being in, you don’t have to always be the mod girl or glamour girl – you can always switch it up. It was a show that brought fashion back around full circle.
Article by Brooklyn Betty