Forget Lady Gaga and Katy Perry. Let’s recall that Gwen Stefani has be serving up iconic looks since her glory days as No Doubt’s front woman. Think back to the late Nineties: a strappy bikini top over a mesh crop top with baggy, low wasted pants and a studded belt. (If that’s not fierce, it’s at least memorable.) Or her extravagant (and arguably problematic) Harajuku girl period circa 2004. That one involved a lot of tiny hats, tutus, and geisha-inspired lipstick. On March 13, The Night Light (311 Broadway, Oakland) will be hosting “Tragic Queendom,” a drag show dedicated to Stefani’s many looks as a lead up to the release of her new album, This is What Truth Feels Like, on March 18. Hosted by Beatrix LaHaine, the night will feature a whopping fifteen performers, including Hollow Eve, Cunty Whorenay, Ariel Androgyny, and Punky Pebbles.