Gwen Stefani to Make More Kids’ Clothes; Vivienne Westwood Celebrates the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

Cobie Smulders for Elle Canada.

Gwen Stefani is working on more pint-size fashions for Target: "We've got new collections coming and coming and coming. For the kids stuff, I draw from Japanese inspiration or from Japanese kids clothes." When asked who is more fun to dress, tots or adults, she responded, "I love to do both. I really enjoy doing the children's right now probably because it's new." [InStyle]

Say what she will about Kate Middleton's eyeliner and normal-person clothes, but Vivienne Westwood created a red-carpet collection in honor of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. [Grazia]

 Cobie Smulders wears Stella McCartney spring 2012 (what else?) on the May cover of Elle Canada, photographed by Giuliano Bekor. [ONTD]

• The former governor of Bavet, Cambodia, where three garment industry workers were shot during a demonstration outside of a Puma factory in February, was the sole suspect and has been charged for his role in the crime. [WWD]

 And now, deep thoughts by Rachel Zoe: "If Karl Lagerfeld comes up to me and tells me that he loves my clothes then I will just quit at that point." Note: not die, quit. Must be serious. [InStyle]

• Betsey Johnson is getting her own TV show on the Style Network called Betsey + Lulu, which will follow the designer and her daughter around Manhattan. [Lucky]

 Gucci will hold its first runway show in China on Saturday night. [Telegraph UK]

 Acne made a Girls T-shirt. [Elle]

 Carolina Herrera talked about her signature white blouses to the AARP.  [AARP]

 Miranda Kerr models uncomfortable-looking yoga clothes (think mesh tops and liquid leggings) for Reebok EasyTone. [TheGloss]

 But she can wear that getup to the nightclub because she turns 29 today! Happy birthday, baby. [E!]

• German photographer Cathleen Naundorf, who specializes in large-format Polaroids of couture dresses, will release a coffee table book of her work in the U.S. on June 15. [WWD]