We checked out this issue's Cover Girl, Gwen Stefani, last week. Let's check out the divas and rocker chicks on the inside, shall we?
Burberry London. Gunmetal, sterling silver, and pavé necklace, Eddie Borgo.
On the love songs written about her ex: “We’re not on great enough terms for me to say, ‘Oh, have you heard my record? It’s number one; did you know?”
What were we talking about again?
On wardrobe options for her tour: “I am going to rock this [size] 16. Sixteen probably sounds large to girls who wear 10s and 12s, but I love it, because it looks good on me.”
LUV. HUH. Love that she's all excited about wearing a size 16 and doesn't give a damn what you think of that.
Oh dear. Are mesh tank tops coming back? We may need to lie down.
On Lady Antebellum’s songs: “There aren’t a ton of people in this country who will understand songs about riding a tractor through a pasture. But when it comes to falling in love and out of love and getting your heart broken, there’s no way you can’t understand what the song’s about.”
LOVE this look.
This picture doesn't look like her at all. We're used to the weight loss by now, but the lighting and expression on her face make her look odd. Not a great pic of her.
Knit minidress, Mark Fast. Elastane bodysuit, Maison Martin Margiela.
Suede wedge boots, Giuseppe Zanotti Design.
On being a rapper: “I always wanted to play with the boys. I didn’t want to be a pawn in their
game or have a sidekick role. I wanted to be more of a lead character – a superhero.”
That's the cutest and most normal she's ever looked.
On creating her latest album, Body Talk: “At first it was a way of having more fun. Then it started to influence how I communicated with my fans—how to bring new music into a live set throughout the whole year.”
Hey, you guys! A Prada dress that's NOT the monkey dress and NOT the striped one that everyone's been wearing! And while there are monkeys to be found on this dress, we're not that crazy about it. She's adorable, though.
On her music: “What I always wanted was to affect people. Especially women in rock ‘n’ roll and what they could write about. We are a force of nature.”