Gwen Stefani's New Look: Is It a Hit or a Miss?

11/22/2006 at 05:00 PM ET

Goodbye Harajuku Girls, hello Disco Fever! Gwen Stefani is the master of creating a signature look for each of her albums, and for her highly anticipated “The Sweet Escape,” she has done it again. Gwen hit the red carpet at the American Music Awards last night in a heavily banged platinum wig, white shorts and a keyhole top from her L.A.M.B. line, and sky-high gold stilettos. Gone is her red lipstick and rockabilly hair, replaced by heavily-lined smoky eyes and nude lips. Of course, she still has her ultimate accessory — hunky hubby Gavin Rossdale. Tell us: What do you think of Gwen’s new look? Is it a Hit or a Miss?

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Photo: Danny Moloshok/AP

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Lauren on

I love Gwen Stefani, and I love her new stuff, but I loved when she was with the whole Harajuku girls. She still is. In her “Sweet Escape” video she uses them. And in her new songs on her latest CD she still makes references to LAMB, which was all about the Harajuku girls.

Gwen fam on

Did anyone see those legs?

OMG, WOW. incredible leg muscle, shape and tone. 10+

Jhoane on

She is so pretty!

melkunze on

I love it. She is always out to create new fashion. It’s about her boldness more than anything and not falling into the same old trends.

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