Gwen Stefani Designede en Eyewear Collection på grund af hendes søns dårlige øjne

Moms vil gøre alt for at sikre deres børn bliver taget om, og Gwen Stefani er ingen undtagelse.

We caught up with the 47 year old mother at three on Wednesday at L.A.’s London Hotel, where she was ready to celebrate and watch her fall L.A.M.B. og gx briller. So when did she really realize that she was interested in all the optics?

Mens popstjernen has always been interested in designing sunglasses, grew the interest here when she started wearing reading glasses herself. “I’m just doing projects that I’m inspired by and I feel that I can be honest and genuine about. This is just something I’ve wanted forever,” she told us.

“The optical was not even on my radar, but now I actually enjoy it more than the sunglasses, because I have it as sunglasses are boring. If you can get the optical look good, feel so excited to put it on. When you virkelig skal du vil se sød ud, “tilføjede hun.

Of course, Stefani is a fashion girl in itself, but the design has also been out of use. Hendes 8-årige søn, Zuma, havde brug for at bære briller, så hun designet kølige briller til børn via sin gx juniorsamling. “Min lille baby dreng skal bære dem, hvilket er hjerteskærende, når du finder ud af det,” she said. “Så går du derude for at prøve noget, og alt er kedeligt udseende. Og du er ligesom, nu skal du gå i skole.”

“Why is it so perfect that I should be part of this,” she continued, adding that Zuma loves to wear a striped pair from the collection. “For mig er det for lille en samling for børn. Forhåbligt vil de gøre det godt nok, at I can keep doing more. I love it. I love to help design.”

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Stefani indpakker også designerne til hendes 2018 kollektion, som er sat til debut i januar.

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