Gwen Stefani For OPI
Gwen Stefani in Roland Mouret Spring 2013 asymmetrical top for the launch of the collection

If I was a rich girl… I would have my own line with OPI.

Okay, not likely to happen anytime soon, but a girl can dream, and this collection is the next best thing.

Songstress Gwen Stefani has teamed up with OPI to create a small collection of punk-inspired nail polishes.

Taking a cue from the 2013 Met Gala theme of Punk: Chaos to Couture, this 7-shade collection is full of matte and metallic polishes inspired by everything from Gwen’s classic red pout to her edgy fashion choices. With her successful L.A.M.B fashion label and  Harajuku Lovers perfume line, there’s no doubt that this collaboration adds to Stefani’s growing  fashion empire.

Gavin Rossdale in Vivienne Westwood MEN and Gwen Stefani in Maison Martin Margiela at the 2013 Met Gala
Gavin Rossdale in Vivienne Westwood MEN and Gwen Stefani in Maison Martin Margiela at the 2013 Met Gala

OPI is known for having very pun-specific names for their nail polishes, so it’s no surprise that these colors are named after the No Doubt rocker’s music hits and her fashion empire. Polishes from the collection come in colors such as ‘Love. Angel.Music.Baby,’ ‘4 in the Morning,’ and ‘In True Stefani Fashion.’  In addition to the polish colors, there are also two base coats named ‘Lay Down That Base’ and ‘Push and Shove.”

But the main color from the collection is ‘Over & Over A-Gwen’, a fierce red inspired by her signature lip color.

As part of the Gwen Stefani for OPI collection,  this color comes in a boxed set along with black and silver Swarovski crystals and metallic studs for do-it-yourself nail art. The box set will retail for $14.95 and allows the owner to fully embrace the punk-rock feel of the collection.

Regular bottles will retail for $9.

With a scheduled launch date for January 14, we intend to kick off the New Year in style with Gwen’s Stefani’s OPI collection. And so should you.

So wind it up and get ready to enjoy the sweet escape of this punk-rock collection coming in January.

Gwen Stefani For OPI