Gwen Stefani Event For Japan Relief

Singer, songwriter, fashion designer and mom Gwen Stefani is doing her bit to help raise relief funds for the people of Japan as they go through this traumatic time after the earthquake and tsunami that devastated much of the mainland.

From a post on the official No Doubt website, Gwen will be hosting an event to raise additional money for Save the Children’s Japan Earthquake-Tsunami Children in Emergency Fund. This exclusive experience will be hosted by Gwen personally and is available only through this auction.

In addition to the event auction, Gwen has designed a limited edition Harajuku Lovers t-shirt that is available for purchase immediately.

Other auction items will include vintage L.A.M.B. items straight from Gwen’s closet and limited edition t-shirts with special custom labels, signed and numbered by Gwen.


From April 11 – 25, fans can bid on the chance to join Gwen for a private Harajuku-themed tea party at Los Angeles’ first Japanese-style cosplay cafe, Royal/T, along with the other exclusive items.

The auction will begin April 11 but click here for more information and to sign up to receive auction updates from Gwen.

Auction and event proceeds will benefit Save the Children’s Japan Earthquake-Tsunami Children in Emergency Fund to help in the relief and recovery effort in Japan.


On Sale Now! CLICK HERE to purchase.

100% of net proceeds from the Harajuku Lovers limited edition T-shirt sales will benefit the American Red Cross’ Japan relief and recovery efforts.

Along with the No Doubt website, the best way to keep up with Gwen is through the No Doubt Twitter account HERE.


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