Reminiscent of the 1970s punk group Blondie, Gwen Stefani started creating a name for herself in 1992 with the band No Doubt and the release of their self-titled album. With the mega-success of 1996's Tragic Kingdom
and the single "Don't Speak," Stefani and her band received four Grammy nominations the same year. In 2001, the singer branched out into hip hop during her performance of "Let Me Blow Your Mind" with Eve
at the BET Awards. Sashaying into fashion, the solo singer debuted her clothing line L.A.M.B. in 2003 and expanded the collection in 2005 with the Japanese-inspired Harajuku Lovers line. The rock star married musician Gavin Rossdale with whom she has two sons.