Gwen Stefani Reclaims Her 90s Style Crown In Monochrome Checkered Trench Coat

The original tomboy diva returns

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She's taking advantage of the 90s coming back into fashion with a vengeance as the ultimate tomboy diva of the dreaded decade with her baggy pants and crop tops, and now Gwen Stefani is in her element as she claims back her crown as pop's style queen.

The yummy mummy's sixth studio album with her band No Doubt, Push and Shove, was released today as Gwen has been spotted out and about in London town rocking her 90s swag.

The singer, who turns 43 next week, could give the likes of Rita Ora and Rihanna a run for their money in the style stakes as she donned a snazzy two tone checkerboard print trench coat that gave a nod to her ska roots.

The stunning songstress made trench coats officially cool as she arrived at Kings Cross St Pancras station after catching the Eurostar from Paris, teaming the statement coat with black leggings and burgundy Dr Martens.

Gwen went from 90s trendy to glam in a matter of hours in London - Wenn

She added a pair of black rounded sunnies to finish off the super cool look and donned her signature red lips with her peroxide locks scraped back into a ponytail. ''Off to C A Vous tv Paris France - lucky us! - 3 jet lagged boys and me gx,'' she tweeted.

Gwen then glammed up for a night on the town with her No Doubt boys in an all-black outfit consisting of a black chiffon poncho over a black mini skirt and black semi sheer footless tights which showed off her incredibly toned pins.

She completed her evening attire with a pair of black Christian Louboutins, fittingly, and showed off a voluminous blow dry which channelled old school glamour.

The singer headed out to Novikov restaurant in Mayfair to celebrate her band's first album in 11 years.

Just last Friday, No Doubt were joined by singer Pink onstage at the iHeartRadio Festival to launch their huge comeback. We wish them all the best!

Gwen looks glam during No Doubt rehearsals...

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Gwen Stefani arrives at rehearsals in Downtown Manhattan, July 25 (Photos: WENN)