Ever since punk princess Gwen Stefani broke onto the fashion scene with her funky and fabulous L.A.M.B collection of apparel and accessories, it seems like the singer-turned-designer can do no wrong. Gwen tops best dressed lists everywhere she goes and has an uncanny knack for nailing looks that might make a different celebrity look like she didn’t own a mirror. Her white-blonde, bouffant hair and blood red, vintage-inspired signature red lip always perfectly compliment her bold style rather than overwhelm it. This year, L.A.M.B. is not only selling well, but also garnering the usual accolades from fashion and beauty insiders, with the addition of a fragrance line that stores can’t keep on the shelves. It’s easy to assume that Gwen’s feisty fashion sense is completely unique and independent, but we recently learned that she actually has help getting dressed everyday – and it’s not from a paid staffer or stylist.
Gwen’s adorable sons, four-year-old Kingston and two-year-old Zuma apparently have big fashion opinions for such little guys, and often influence everything from her personal wardrobe and style right down to the details of her popular runway collections. Gwen’s hunky hubby, British singer Gavin Rossdale recently spoke to Bloginity – a culture and entertainment website – about Kingston and Zuma’s stylish points of view. Referencing the boys’ own personal style, Rossdale said, “Kingston and Zuma each love to pick out their own clothes. They are both very stylish little boys and have huge opinions.” The youngsters are often spotted in their parents’ arms sporting stylish and trendy hair cuts and colors – yes, colors. Older brother Kingston insists on bleaching the tips of his baby Mohawk the same color as Mom’s blonde locks.
As far as how the trendy tykes help Gwen in her own fashion business, the No Doubt front woman has gone on the record in the past claiming that the boys’ own personal taste and preferences for what she wears daily are always taken into consideration when she’s designing. As far as we’re concerned, as long as Gwen keeps producing such beautiful pieces for L.A.M.B, we don’t mind that the inspiration and expertise comes from preschoolers.