Gwen Stefani to design kids apparel range for Target

Gwen Renée Stefani, the 41-year-old American singer-songwriter turned fashion designers, will be launching a new children’s collection dubbed Harajuku Mini in alliance with Target.

The star debuted with her clothing line L.A.M.B. in 2003 and expanded her collection with the 2005 Harajuku Lovers line, drawing inspiration from Japanese culture and fashion. Her clothing lines have been a great success and have silenced all the critics of her fashion labels.

Harajuku Mini would be available in outlets all across the US on November 13, 2011, while its second collection is scheduled to hit outlets in January next year.

In her statement announcing the tie up with Target, Stefani said that designing the kids apparel collection was like a dream come true for her as she always was willing to design a cool kids fashion collection, enthused by the super-cute and frisky children’s wear found in Japan.

Presently, though no outlines of the collection have been made public, she did extend a clue that the designs would portray the bold looks that her two young sons – Kingston who is five and Zuma who is almost three – normally wear.

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