Gwen Stefani interviewed in Marie Claire Magazine October 2012

The American singer Gwen Stefani is the star from October’s issue of the magazine “Marie Claire” UK. For the magazine cover, the famous artist chose to wear a Peter Pilott top and skirt signed by Alexander McQueen, while for the pictorial titled “I’m Just A Girl”, produced by photographer Matt Irwin, she used Christopher Kane, Mary Katrantzou and Prada creations.

Gwen Stefani in Marie Claire October 2012 - iPad Magazine

She is one of the most acclaimed fashion icons, with huge success and encourages millions of fans and fashionistas to follow her style tips. When you hear the name, you think of her platinum blonde hair, almost white and unmistakable red lips. She is totally committed to this make-up is and she wearing it out regardless of trends, almost a personal trademark. Despite this look “old Hollywood Glam” look, Gwen chooses to wear outfits inspired by chic punk rock and unmistakable Harajuku style, specifically to the young Asians.

Lately Gwen Stefani is master of the black and white combination stripes; Whether she attend red carpet events or even in her music videos, the singer manages to stand out through the fashion choices she makes

Gwen admits that it is not at all easy to mix the ‘mother career’ with her singer/designer career and most of the time her career suffers, especially the one of being a fashion designer: “Being a mom is hard; I think a lot of working moms feel that way. [They want] to have time to be themselves as well but, it’s really hard, there’s a price to pay.”

The artist is out now to promote her latest No Doubt project “Push and Shove” on 25 September, and about the experience of its creation, Gwen said “This album about being overwhelmed and the balancing and trying to do all of it.”

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