Gwen Stefani's Stylists Break Down Top 3 Looks From 'Misery' Video

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Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn went high fashion for the singer's latest music video.

Gwen Stefani dropped her music video for "Misery" on Tuesday, and while the pop-punk singer is known for her consistently edgy visuals, this one went beyond her already fashion-forward norm. 

"The whole video was sort of a take on a high-fashion editorial," said Mariel Haenn and Rob Zangardi, Stefani's two lead stylists. "We knew that the background was going to be gritty and industrial, so our job was to bring life to the environment through hair, makeup and styling."

We asked the styling duo — who have worked with Stefani for years — to break down three of their favorite looks from "Misery," including the inspiration and thought behind each outfit. Check each out below:

The Striped Ball Skirt: Custom

"This top was actually two different bras layered over each other and the skirt we had custom-made. Initially, it was created for a performance but ended up being too much for onstage. It was perfect for this music video!"

The Red Gown and Veil: Red Bustier by La Perla, Red Tulle Skirt by Rocky Gathercole

"Between the size and the color of this skirt, we were all so drawn to it because it had such a presence. We wanted a dramatic outfit; one that would complement, and not compete, with the individual in terms of being a bold statement while still having a whimsical feel. The La Perla bustier was the perfect match, both in color and balance, as well as making it feel even sexier and feminine. The red veil was tulle by the yard that we placed over her to accentuate the whole look."

The Pink Sheer Ballerina Look: Dress by Molly Goddard

"This dress was extremely oversized and sheer, but we knew there was major styling potential. We chose a graphic agent provocateur bra and high-waisted brief with black fishnets, and cinched the waist by wrapping a black, leather trim around her center to mimic a ballerina shoe."

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