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From coaching future pop stars to designing edgy-luxe wardrobe essentials, Gwen Stefani does it all—so it comes as a surprise that the singer-turned-fashion mogul has yet to stamp her signature style onto LA's favorite accoutrements. The OC-bred multi-hyphenate is rolling out her own line of fashionable frames, slated to land in stores next year.
As WWD reports, Stefani is rolling out 12 styles each of sunglasses and optics for both of her brands. Pricing will range from $150 to $250 for her luxe label L.A.M.B. and $50 to $175 for her lower-priced line, GX. The designs will be inspired by Stefani's vintage-meets-modern aesthetic; she tells the fashion industry pub that she has "a huge collection of glasses—probably five drawers—and I got all of my favorites out."
"We went through and did the edit of the first collection and it was really hard because there were so many good [styles]," Stefani adds. "I literally had a sore face from trying so many glasses on." Gwen, your pain is our gain.