Gwen Stefani has revealed she will present her new L.A.M.B. clothing collection at New York Fashion Week this autumn.
Gwen Stefani will make a comeback to New York Fashion Week this September.
The No Doubt singer is adamant she hasn't turned her back on her clothing line, L.A.M.B., and has only been absent from the fashion event in recent years because it clashed with her commitments to her young sons, Kingston, eight, and Zuma, five.
She told ELLE.com: ''I am going to do some sort of presentation or show this September. The only reason I haven't lately is because it falls when my kids go back to school and I was like, 'Oh, I guess I will go to NYFW and miss my kid's first day of kindergarten.' No.
''This year it falls on a different week so I can be in both places.''
Gwen - who also has three-month-old son Apollo with her husband Gavin Rossdale - was last seen at NYFW in 2011, where she was joined by her adorable song Kingston as she took a bow following the catwalk show.
The 44-year-old star launched L.A.M.B. in 2004 and set up lower-priced label Harajuku Lovers the next year.
The 'Underneath It All' hitmaker has now collaborated with HankyPanky on a range of the lingerie label's best-selling styles in her own signature prints.
She explained: ''After doing L.A.M.B for so long, there's so many different categories I could do. Working with someone that already has that expertise is kind of a no-brainer. I am a big fan of the brand and that's what I've worn before.
''I added my signature prints and things that represent me. They know what works and what doesn't work. I go through different phases [when it comes to lingerie]. Right now, I am nursing so it's about how can I get to these boobs the fastest.
''I am really just happy to be back into my HankyPankys again and to have my body back (it's still a work in progress though).''
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