Gwen Stefani's family business
Speaking about her abilities as a designer and dressmaker, the platinum-haired frontwoman explained that sewing is simply in her genes:
"I can sew - it runs in the family. My grandma made my mom's prom dress - mom didn't have a choice! And mom would take us to the fabric store and we'd pick out Vogue and McCall's patterns. When I got older, I was very anti-fashion. I was into thrift stores and making my own stuff. I had my own sewing machine, glue guns and projects everywhere. My room was a danger zone."
Likening fashion to music, Stefani admitted that working on a record is more "draining" but she loves both creative outlets and has no intention of putting either one on the backburner:
"Fashion's not as draining as music but it is much more greedy - there are endless ideas and dreams about what you want to wear. And then you've got to make that happen. But I enjoy all parts of the creative process - making the cookies and eating the dough."
Watch a recent interview with the multi-talented singer and designer below:
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