Gwen Stefani: Set To Launch A Children's Line For Target
Kingston and Zuma are known as the fashionable boys on the hollywood block, but come November 13, mommy Gwen Stefani
Still basking in the success of the Missoni for Target line, the store is already at it again, bringing high fashion style down to affordable prices only this time...for kids.
Gwen Stefani has been designing clothing since the launch of her high fashion L.A.M.B line in 2004 followed by the launch of Harajuku Lovers in 2005.
Japanese, punk inspired frocks are Stefani's go to looks, something she is now bringing to a much younger generation.
Stefani grabbed a great deal of attention simply in dressing her 5 and 3 year old boys, whose style signatures range from mohawks to leather jackets.
According to the designer and performer, "Harajuku Mini is a dream come true."
The launch is also a dream come true for the multitude of babes, kids and tweens who will get access to the effortlessly cool Stefani-kid look.
Prices range from $3.99 to $29.99, a fraction of the cost of Stefani's other two lines.
The collection is full of fun, colors, tutus, polka dots and even fuzzy hoodies equipped with ears.
Worried you won't get it in time?
After the Missoni for Target rush, target is already prepared with a second collection set to come out in January.
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