Gwen Stefani
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Gwen Stefani showed her fall collection for L.A.M.B. last night, and it was as eclectic and varied as her own style has been over the years. “I always draw from the same inspirations,” she told us backstage before the show. “I’m always going to be a bit of an English girl, a bit of an Orange County girl, a bit of a Jamaican rasta girl in my dreams.” The result: a mix of styles broken into six sections that each felt like their own show: Soldier Girls (military prints); Ragga Muffin Girls (rasta-inspired); London Girls (English prep style); Buffalo Girls (Navajo print knitwear); Mod Girls (’60s-inspired); and Glamour Girls (all-black pieces). For her finale walk, Stefani strutted in her own design to a remix of her song “What You Waiting For” as her son Kingston ran out to join her (her other son Zuma watched from the sidelines). “Kingston is going to be so excited that I’m a snow leopard tonight because he’s super into animal prints,” she told us. “He’s obsessed!” Click through the gallery to see the entire L.A.M.B. fashion show.

— Nakisha Williams