Gwen Stefani Perfume & Women's Fragrance

Gwen Stefani is an American pop star who rose to fame as the front woman in No Doubt. She has since launched an extremely succesful series of collectable fragrances; Harajuku Lovers.

One of four children to Dennis Stefani and Patty Flynn, Gwen was given the role of carer within he family early on. Although Gwen Renée Stefani was born on the 3rd of October in 1969 she looks at least 15 years younger, which we credit to her Italian, American, Irish, Scottish and Norwegian ancestry. Named after a stewardess from the 1968 novel Airport and the hit single “Walk Away Renée” by The Four Tops. Stefani started on the path to stardom when her brother hired her as a background vocalist for his ska band No Doubt. When the original lead singer, Spence, committed suicide she ended up replacing him. We've seen her performing alongside band members Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont, Adrian Young, Gabrial McNair and Stephen Bradley for 29 years (1986-2015). Her brother Eric left the band after a couple of years to pursue a career in animation and actually started working for The Simpsons. Besides being successful with No Doubt, Gwen's solo song Hollaback Girl was the first track by a solo artist to sell over a million online copies.


A known fact is that Gwen has a soft spot for the Asian continent. When the tsunami hit Tōhoku she immediately donated £700,000 to the Save the Children Japan Children in Emergency fund. Gwen launched her own clothing line in 2004, carrying the name of her first album L.A.M.B (Love, Angel, Music, Baby).

Having released only one fragrance under her actual name, L or L.A.M.B. (2007), all other fragrances are launched under the Harajuku Lovers brand. The Harajuku Lovers collection, another ode to the Asian culture, all focus on the characters of G, Baby, Lil' Angel, Love and Music. All perfume bottles come with an adorable doll on top and each one is different, making this series great for collectors. Between 2009 and 2015, Gwen released five different collections with new versions of the original fragrances.
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