Gwen Stefani comes out with new kids clothing line
on Tuesday,July 19,2011 21:07
The giant retail store Target is joining forces with fashion designer and singer Gwen Stefani to lanch her new affordable clothing line for girl's ranging from babies to tweens, according to Pioneer Press.
The new line, which will be available on November 13, is named Harajunku Mini. Its main focus is to showcase Japanese style in kids' clothing, according to the media outlet.
"I've always wanted to do a cool children's fashion line inspired by the super cute and playful kids' clothing you find in Japan," Stefani said in a statment, according to the news source. She added that her target is "to design kids' clothing that is different than most anything you usually see out there."
According to MSNBC, the majority of people who will look into the new children's clothing lines from Versace and Lanvin experience sticker shock. However, for Stefani's collection, prices will range from $4 to $30.
Stefani already has a successful women's clothing line named L.A.M.B.
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