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Gwen Stefani to create fashion line with Michael Glasser
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Jan '14
Popular American singer Gwen Stefani is once again gearing up to get back to her favourite second profession- fashion designing.
 
The 44-year-old, who already owns a clothing brand called L.A.M.B in Los Angeles, has teamed up with denim pro Michael Glasser to create a line that would aim to fill the gaps in a fashion aficionado’s wardrobe, Female First reported quoting WWD.
 
Dubbed as DWP (which means Design With Purpose), the collaborative design venture, which will be unveiled sometime in the spring season, will feature wearable yet fashionable apparels, replete with Stefani’s personal style preferences.
 
The affordable line’s first 18-piece collection will include high and low tanks, motorcycle vests, cuffed-sleeve blouses, jumpsuits, dresses and eco-friendly Tencel fabric made cropped trousers. 
 
Other than her L.A.M.B. label, which was launched in 2004, Gwen and the fellow members of her California-based rock band No Doubt had created a capsule collection for British streetwear brand Fred Perry in December, 2012.
 
Designer Michael Glasser is the mastermind behind various popular denim lines such as 7 For All Mankind, Citizens of Humanity and Rich & Skinny.
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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