Gwen is featured in January’s issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, where she “discusses fashion, along with her guilty pleasures and family traditions, and shared that her killer style is based off of her own pre-teen wardrobe.”
People.com shared a bit of the article:
December 8, 2014
We’re constantly taking fashion (and beauty) cues from trendsetting designer, musician and Voice judge, Gwen Stefani. But where does the icon draw inspiration for her always-envious rocker-chic style? Her younger self.
Stefani, who is featured in the January issue of O, The Oprah Magazine discusses fashion, along with her guilty pleasures and family traditions, and shared that her killer style is based off of her own pre-teen wardrobe. (How very meta of her!)
“My eighth-grade self,” she says when asked about what influences her outfit choices. “In 1982, I was into ska music, James Dean, and the Latino culture in my Southern California neighborhood. As a result, I tried to dress outside the box, different from what the other kids were wearing, with a laid-back vibe — and big accessories. More than 30 years later, that’s still my look.”
With a style as iconic as Stefani’s, it’s no wonder the star turns to her earlier years. But with three successful clothing lines to date, we happen to think the fashion mogul’s 2014 looks are some of her best yet.