No Doubt have designed a reggae-influenced capsule collection for British streetwear brand Fred Perry.
Fred Perry is collaborating with No Doubt.
The British fashion label has teamed up with the 'Don't Speak' hitmakers to create a capsule collection of funky clothes which emulate their musical style.
Singer Gwen Stefani and her band mates Tony Kanal, Adrian Young and Tom Dumont have designed three pieces for the streetwise brand which tie in with their own ska and reggae influences by incorporating traditional Rastafarian colours red, yellow and green.
They include a unisex slim fit shirt that features embellished details on the sleeves and collar in the reggae colours, priced at $95, a punk-inspired tartan-check V-neck sweater, retailing at $170, and a $250 fifties bomber.
The shirt will be available from January 2013, while the other two covetable items will go on sale next Spring, according to WWD.
Style icon Gwen has already branched out into fashion, launching Japanese-inspired clothing line L.A.M.B. in 2004, followed by whimsical sister brand Harajuku Lovers in 2005.
The 43-year-old star recently admitted she found it hard to juggle her fashion career with motherhood and music, saying: ''To be honest, sometimes I feel completely overwhelmed... it's too much at once: the fashion, the records, the children, the marriage. Everyone seems to be relying on me for something. And I'm not someone who likes to let people down.''
The No Doubt for Fred Perry collection will be available on fredperry.us .