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Gwen Stefani Pictures in US Vogue Magazine January 2013

Gwen Stefani Opens Up About Her "Ultimate Collaboration" in Vogue

Gwen Stefani covers the January 2013 issue of US Vogue.

Gwen Stefani covers US Vogue's January issue, and in the glossy, the No Doubt frontwoman gets candid about balancing life as a rock star, designer and mum. Gwen and No Doubt reunited this year for their first album in more than a decade, and between her music career, two sons, and multiple fashion lines, Gwen admits she sometimes feels overwhelmed. Fortunately, she says, that's given her plenty of angst to inspire her new music. Here's more from Gwen Stefani in Vogue:

  • On what inspires her music: "There has to be some kind of saga going on . . . Ten years ago, I had started L.A.M.B. because I was preparing myself, knowing that the music thing was going to end. Who knew that ten years later, I'd be doing a No Doubt record, be married, have two kids, have three clothing lines? All at one time! It would be ridiculous to do that. And it isridiculous. It's impossible . . . That's what this whole record was: trying to balance it, trying to be my creative self but also be the new me."
  • On her marriage to Gavin Rossdale:"You feel proud. There are just so many rewards that come with it. You have to work at it. But, actually, it's fun to get to this point. Because you learn so much about somebody . . . And then having kids takes the whole relationship to another place. It is the ultimate collaboration. Both of us have such strong opinions about how it should be, and it's really fun to do it together."
  • On motherhood: "It's super fun being a mum, but it's not what you think it's going to be. And it's really gradual. At first, your life is totally the same . . . as they grow older, it really does start to change your life. Like, 'Oh, my God, they have school, they have to get through first grade, they have to learn to read.' It starts getting so serious, and you're like, 'Aaaaaaah!'"

Photos courtesy Annie Leibovitz for Vogue

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