Gwen Stefani is a rare breed of superstar. Having cemented record-breaking music industry success both within a group and as a solo act, Stefani keeps growing as an artist, expanding into beauty, clothing, TV production and even reality show hosting. While there’s no doubt this “Hollaback Girl” has got staying power, her journey to the top hasn’t been without its misfires. Specifically, the still-cringe-worthy Harajuku Girls phase, where Stefani’s fashion choices were laden with cultural appropriation. So let’s jump right in, as we journey through the super-cool, and sometimes controversial, fashion story of the one and only Gwen Stefani.