Gwen Stefani's Supersonic Style Evolution

The No Doubt frontwoman's fierce fashions, from Zubaz pants to Westwood bondage gear to her own clothing empire
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"Just A Girl" (1995)

There's a reason Gwenabees continually show up in bindis, spit curls, Dickies, and cropped tops at No Doubt shows: to this day the singer's spunky mid-90s pin-up punk look, captured best by the "Just A Girl" video, remains her most iconic, and thus imitated, look. Technically, it's an assemblage of wardrobe items any girl could pair up, which is part of its allure. But Stefani's painted pout, dramatically lined eyes, platinum locks, and innate kittenish charm are what fans are really trying to conjure — and that, of course, is carbon copy-proof.

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