Permalink | November 6th, 2006
Just in time for Christmas, fashion icon and pop sensation Gwen Stefani will be expanding her Love. Angel. Music. Baby. line to include dolls. Inspired by key looks from her album tour, the limited edition of eight dolls will include interchangeable outfits, posters, accessories and other collectible items. According to Gwen, The Harajuku Girls and I wore such wicked costumes we had to share them with the world again. And make a truck load of money while doing it…
The dolls are now available for pre-order.
Permalink | September 28th, 2006
Permalink | May 30th, 2006
Babies are popping out left and right. Over the long weekend Gwen Stefani gave birth to a baby boy on Friday, while Angelina Jolie gave birth to a baby girl on Saturday.
Gwen and Gavin named their new son Kingston James McGregor Rossdale, in an obvious tribute to Kingston, Jamaica (or Bob Marley), James Dean/Brown, and Ewan McGregor. Could that poor child have any more names?!
Prior to Angelina giving birth, rumors circled that Namibian governor Samuel Nuuyoma was asked to name their child, but those turned out to be just that — rumors. Angelina and Brad chose the name Shiloh Nouvel. Shiloh is Hebrew for mesiah or peaceful one, and Nouvel is French for new.
Negotiations are presumably underway between Gwen, Gavin, Angelina and Brad for an arranged marriage of their new
offspring children creating a superpower the likes of which Hollywood has never seen. Tom Cruise obviously feels left out.
Permalink | December 21st, 2005
Gwen Stefani has announced that she’s pregnant. Well, technically Gwen hasn’t announced it so much as her mother and Gavin’s father did … leave it to the grandparents.
The 36-year-old pop star and Gavin Rossdale, 38, were married three years ago. The baby is due in June, the magazine reported Tuesday.
“We are delighted,” Us Weekly quotes Rossdale’s father, Douglas, as saying. Stefani’s mother, Patti, also reportedly confirmed the pregnancy to the magazine.
If it’s a girl Gwen will have one more person to add to her harajuku posse.
Permalink | August 31st, 2005
Jessica is fat, Jennifer has nice biscuits, Scarlett loves Woody, Hilary hates sexy, Eva is shy, Katie wants to be a designer, Gwen is a designer, and Heidi’s got legs.
Off to a late start, so here’s a quick round-up.
Jessica Simpson, after religiously following the South Beach Diet and sticking to a gruelling butt-tightening exercise workout, has admitted that she is allowing herself to have a few treats now that her movie has finished. She confesses that she has “cheat days now when I go to the movies and eat a bag of Peanut M&Ms.” Good gawd, a whole bag?! She should be locked up.
Alias star Jennifer Garner has revealed that she and her sisters call their boobs biscuits. According to her, “Sometimes when I’m on the Alias set and the guys are setting up a camera shot, I’ll ask, ‘Is this a biscuit shot’ and they’ll say, ‘Yeah,’ so I’ll know.” That kinda gives a whole new meaning to biscuits and gravy.
In a recent Cosmo questionnaire, goddess of the silver screen Scarlett Johansson has admitted that she thinks Woody Allen is the sexiest man in Hollywood. She also thinks “sex is appropriate on the first date, her favourite body part is her feet and she feels sexiest in ‘a man’s shirt’.” Scarlett lusts for Woody?
Singer/actress (or actress/singer?) Hilary Duff is speaking out against looking sexy. She has called Jessica Simpson and Briney Spears immature and warned that they will regret their sexy on-stage antics. She doesn’t feel that “taking your clothes off or going out and getting wasted every night is a sign of maturity”. This all coming from someone who isn’t even 18 yet. She’s just upset that she now has bigger teeth than a walrus.
Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria said she barely found the courage to wear a barely-there tangerine bikini on stage at the MTV Video Music Awards. She recalls that she had a nervous episode backstage just before stepping out and that her stylist had to push her out while her girlfriends were cheering her on — “it was (the outfit) classy and beautiful and looks almost like a dress - if you just put the bottom on… I was visually vulnerable.” Pictures of her in a bikini have been plastered around the interwebnet and she’s just getting concerned now?
Katie Holmes has expressed the desire to play fashion designer and design the wedding dress of her dreams. The star who has graced many a magazine cover is “already browsing through fashion magazines in search for the inspiration for that perfect wedding dress.” Katie, really, it’s not too late. Escape while you still can, we’ll all understand.
Meanwhile, singer turned fashion designer Gwen Stefani has come into her own. She will showcase her range of designs at the New York Fashion Week. Her plan is to “unveil the floral designs for her spring 2006 L.A.M.B. collection on the ramp as part of her first major fashion show.” She has expressed concern over the show, but has also remarked, “I’m not being treated like a celebrity wannabe fashion designer.” Perhaps Katie should ask Gwen to design her dress.
And finally, Heidi Klum has said that her two legs are worth £2.2 million (€3.18 million, $3.95 million). Her employer insured them after a London auction house estimated their value. Should she choose to sell them, “she’d probably get less for one of them because of a small scar from a fall.” Actually, I think they’d be worthless without the rest of her attached to them, naked, but that’s just me.
Permalink | August 11th, 2005
Gwen Stefani has launched a new clothing line which she says is “for the fans.” Unlike her L.A.M.B. collection, pieces in this new line will be priced between $45 to $100 and be available for everyone from babies to plus-sizes, be more casual, and include a number of everyday pieces.
Her latest mash-up arrives at the end of this month with Harajuku Lover, her second fashion collection. Stefani gave The Post an exclusive peek at the whimsical fall line, which references Japanese cartoons, Gothic art and lyrics from her songs such as “Hollaback Girl.”
“I originally wanted to call this album and this collection ‘Stolen Goods’ - I wanted to steal back some of that style in a ‘this was yours, now it’s mine’ way,” Stefani says. “In fashion and music, when you get inspired by something, you recycle it and then it becomes new again.”
[via NY Post]