The kind of weird and stupid story, I’d say!
Gwen Stefani is one of the brightest and multitalented personality among the whole celebs’ stuff in the US.
As we know she has already been designing for her Harajuku Lovers and L.A.M.B lines. She has also recently expanded her perfume range with five Harajuku Lovers fragrances.
The Harajuku Lovers collections were inspired by the Japanese street style that Gwen fell in love with on visits to the country.
What I’m trying to say is that she probably knows what she’s doing and what kind of clothes she’s launching.
The situation is the following.
New Gwen Stefani‘s Harajuku Lovers Collection was intended for kids. There were cute colorful hooded jackets pretty wearable in early spring.
But the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has rejected them as a potential strangulation hazard – the drawstrings could strangle children wearing them.
The point I just wonder about is that – is there any age standards or limits for the clothes. For example: a kid under 3 years old can not wear a cap with drawstrings because it can strangle a child.
Yikes! She hasn’t released the stilettos for the two-and-a –half-year-old-girls in fact! And moreover, she doesn’t work it out alone! She doesn’t seat at home sewing the jackets by herself! The mother-of-two is surrounded by the pros in her designing team! Do you think they are insane to model the collection that can harm someone?
What do you think of it?
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