Kingston & Zuma Rossdale: Party Boys

Kingston & Zuma Rossdale: Party Boys

Gwen Stefani’s boys Kingston and Zuma went to another birthday party in Los Angeles, Calif. on Sunday (April 29). Just the day before the family were seen with a gift bag heading to an event also in L.A. Earlier in the day the kids went to their grandparent’s house with mom Gwen Stefani and ran errands with their nanny.

Kingson wore blue shorts, a tee with a wolf design and bright yellow sneakers. Zuma wore a cute tank that read ‘Good News Delivery’.

The No Doubt singer is working on another Harajuku Mini collection for Target.

She told InStyle.com, “Target is going to keep coming. We’ve got new collections coming and coming and coming. I really enjoy doing the children’s right now probably because it’s new.”

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  1. Anonymous

    i do like her harajuku mini line at target..its kinda cute..but i do wish it was better quality..the shirts are soo thin and the shrink like crazy! my 2 1/2 year old has to wear a 5t!! for the price it should be better quality!!

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    • Anonymous

      You are right – although I haven’t bought any, it seems cheap. Since Gwen is already established as a designer, I’m surprised she teamed up with Target instead of something a little more upscale. Using cheap materials just tarnishes her brand IMHO.

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      • NYCMommy

        There are alot of fine quality children’s clothes at TARGET. Just because Gwen Stefani’s brand is made from cheap material has nothing to do with Target.

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        • Anonymous

          I don’t live in the US so my experience is limited, but I just assumed other stuff would be similar to Gwen’s in terms of quality, material, etc.

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  2. Anonymous

    It’s all cr*p and the only reason it’s getting a second glance is because of Gwen’s name being on the label.

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  3. Janna

    I tend to agree. It’s really not well-made stuff, and I think it’s made in Mexico, so it made for cheap as well. The markup must be huge. I just wonder who is buying this stuff?

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