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Gwen Stefani Launches Nail Polish Collection With OPI

Oct/08/2013 at 03:43 PM ET

Gwen Stefani OPI nailpolishCourtesy OPI

She pulls fashion risks like this. She’s married to a guy who looks like this. Her kids dress like this. And now we have even more proof that Gwen Stefani is the coolest singer/designer/mom on the planet: She’s launching a new nail polish collection with OPI!

“With her expertise as a singer, songwriter and designer, who better to collaborate with than Gwen Stefani?” OPI Executive VP and Artistic Director Suzi Weiss-Fischmann says in a statement. “Known for her trademark red lips, bold eye makeup and nail art, Gwen uses beauty to accessorize her style.”

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The signature shade of her seven-piece collection is “Over & Over A-Gwen,” a red polish inspired by her signature lipcolor. Others include “Push and Shove,” a chrome hue, and the glitter shade “In True Stefani Fashion.” And for nail art addicts, there’s a box set with black and silver Swarovski crystals and metallic studs in a variety of shapes. (Stefani herself wears a chic geometric mani in her ad!)
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Another '90s Trend Is Back In a Big Way

Aug/07/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

Kelly Rowland workout videoRex USA; Ramey; Sipa

The Backstreet Boys are touring, Britney Spears has a big single out and everyone is wearing overalls. Are we sure it’s not actually 1998?

Further adding to our suspicion that we’ve time traveled (see also: floral sundresses and crop tops galore) is the latest trend we’ve seen on stars from Rihanna to AnnaSophia Robb (neither pictured).

RELATED PHOTOS: See (and vote on) more out-there star style in “Obsessed or Hot Mess?
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Five Fun Ways to Wear Printed Pants

May/15/2013 at 01:30 PM ET

Celebs in Printed PantsSplash News Online; AKM-GSI; Splash News Online; AKM-GSI; FameFlynet

We get it: You’re skeptical of silky printed pants. You have every right to be. Do them wrong, and you’re in pajama territory. Or worse: Ridiculous fancy sweatpant territory.

But there’s hope, and it comes in the form of these five celebs, who have all worn printed pants within the last few weeks and looked darn adorable doing so. In styles ranging from super-comfy to super-funky, they give us assurance that we too can pull off this tricky trend.

RELATED PHOTOS: Check out even more cool ways to wear this trend!

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Five Ways to Fauxhawk, as Seen at the Met Gala

May/06/2013 at 11:00 PM ET

Jennifer Lopez Hair Met Gala 2013Getty; Reuters/Landov; Broadimage; Getty; Filmmagic

Normally, we’d call fauxhawks ‘pretty crazy,’ but given that we’ve seen this, this and this at Monday night’s Met Gala in New York City … they’re actually almost ‘pretty tame’ by comparison. However, when you’ve got Jennifer Lopez, Gwen Stefani and Julianne Moore all sporting similar hairstyles at the same major punk-themed event, you most certainly have a trend. One that we’re not sure we’d try, but that we’re loving on these stars.

Lopez’s gravity-defying look was a major departure from her typical waves and curls, calling to mind, perhaps, a long-haired, brunette Pink. Emily Blunt took an elegant approach to her hair, opting for some voluminous twists at the front leading to a messy updo at her crown. Stefani brought us (fittingly) back to her punkier days a bit, opting for a serious side-part and bangs to go with her topknot.

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More Proof the '90s Are Back: Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens Give Us Gwen Stefani Flashbacks

Apr/16/2013 at 06:29 PM ET

Beyonce Tour outfitsFameFlynet; Wireimage; Invision/AP

We were hesitant to believe the ’90s were back when Saint Laurent sent grunge down the runway, or when our style icon Diane Kruger wore overalls or we saw tie-dyed jeans out and about.

But there’s no denying that the decade has returned in a big way with this latest development: Spring Breakers stars Vanessa Hudgens and Selena Gomez have been sporting face jewelry and faux-bindis, just like Gwen Stefani did back in the day.

PHOTOS: Do these star beauty looks work? Vote in our gallery!
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Gwen Stefani Stuns on the Latest Cover of 'Vogue'

Dec/17/2012 at 03:30 PM ET

Gwen Stefani Vogue CoverCourtesy Vogue

Gwen Stefani is ringing in the New Year quite fashionably — on the cover of Vogue.

The singer fronts the fashion magazine’s January issue, and looks absolutely gorgeous doing so. Shot by Annie Leibovitz, Stefani sits atop a piano wearing black trousers, a gold-flecked jacket, a bow-tie shirt and a black oversized hat — a head-to-toe look from Hedi Slimane’s debut collection for Saint Laurent.

Inside the magazine, Stefani poses with her No Doubt bandmates and models more pieces from the spring Saint Laurent collection, as well as designs by A.L.C. and Alexander Wang. She also talks reuniting with No Doubt, motherhood and marriage (10 years!) in the cover story.

To read the entire feature and see more shots from the spread, visit or pick up the January issue, on newsstands Dec. 25. Tell us: Do you love Stefani’s Vogue cover as much as we do?

–Jennifer Cress



Chic Clicks: No Doubt Designs for Fred Perry, See Kristin Cavallari's Shoe Line

Dec/10/2012 at 02:00 PM ET

Gwen Stefani LAMB
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No Doubt collaborated with menswear brand Fred Perry to design two shirts and a jacket inspired by the band’s reggae and ska roots [FredPerry]

Kristin Cavallari finally unveiled her capsule collection for shoe company Chinese Laundry … and we spy some party-ready kicks! [MTV Style]

–Your shopping experience on Gilt is about to get a bit more high-tech thanks to its new personalization feature [Racked]

–Who out-sparkled who at the “Christmas in Washington” concert: Michelle Obama or Diana Ross? [Huffington Post]

–People love their Starbucks: The coffee giant’s $450 limited-edition metal gift card sold out in seconds [Buzzfeed]


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