Tag Archives: Pharrell Williams

adidas by Pharrell Williams Superstar Supercolor

adidas-pharrell-superstar-supercolor-01-960x640

Following a preview in last month’s issue of L’Officiel Hommes Italia, adidas Originals and Pharrell officially unveil their massive Superstar Supercolor pack. In total, the classic silhouette is redone in 50 different colorways, spanning the majority of the color spectrum. Describing the pack, Pharrell offers, “Supercolor is a celebration of equality through diversity. With 50 colors of the Superstar, everybody will be able to select his or her color. It is more diverse than any pack ever before and therefore it is more individual than any pack ever before.”

adidas-pharrell-superstar-supercolor-02-960x640

Pharrell’s Limited Edition, Hand-Customized Stan Smiths Exclusively at colette

pharrells-limited-edition-hand-customized-stan-smiths-exclusively-at-colette-1To celebrate his new partnership with adidas, Pharrell has created a collection of 10 pairs of custom adidas Originals Stan Smiths featuring his own hand-drawn artwork. Set to go on sale on this morning at 11am, the 10 pairs each feature different hand-drawn illustrations and no two shoes are alike. More than just a project to create some unique shoes and generate some buzz for the upcoming collaborations, the proceeds from the sales of these highly collectible shoes will go towards Pharrell’s charity From One Hand to anOTHER. Check out a preview of some of the shoes above and if you’re in Paris, be sure to check out the shoes in-person at colette.

The History Behind Pharrell Williams’ GRAMMYs Hat

20140128-070521.jpg

During Sunday night’s 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards mayhem, Pharrell Williams choice of headwear stood out as a trending topic on social media platforms, Twitter nearly exploded!! It turns out, however, that the hat has an intricate design story that dates back to some of the most noted moments in hip-hop, as well as the fashion it fuelled. The hat’s bold silhouette can be traced back to Vivienne Westwood‘s design from the 1980s, when it first appeared in Malcom McLaren’s “Buffalo Girls” music video. Dubbed anything from the “Buffalo Hat,” to the “Mountain Hat” or “Jelly Mould Hat” by Westwood herself, Pharrell admits that it would have been “real stylin’” if he had an original piece from ’80s. Head here to read more on the hat’s provenance.

Lanvin Jeanne Lanvin Tag T-Shirt

TBH when I went to buy Lanvin Spring Summer 12 collection I seen this t-shirt and thought it was a bit shit. but now Lanvin has released the.. ‘Jeanne Lanvin Tag’ t-shirt and Mr Williams has worn it it WILL be a sell out!!. Basically the tee features an oversized Lanvin logo tag, covered up in colorful graffiti tags. While being very cliche, there is no doubt that the t-shirt will find its fans now. Pharrell showed up at the Lanvin 10 Year Anniversary Party earlier this month, wearing the white colorway of the t-shirt. You can purchase the tee now from the Lanvin online store.

Images FromOur Hard Drive: Thirty Five

Pharrell Williams Wallpaper Design Awards

More than just the greatest music producer of the last decade, Pharrell Williams is a renaissance man of sorts who has recently opened his talent mind to the world of contemporary art and is a well respected fashion designer as well. For this years Wallpaper Design Awards, he was asked to be a guest judge providing a unique observation on the best designs spanning categories such as Architecture, Technology Art and Men’s/Women’s fashion. Check it out and enjoy.

Pharrell William’s Velo Fixed Gear for Domeau & Pérès

A while ago some images of Pharrell Williams’ amazing fixed gear bike hit the auld tinterweb. The bike is a collaboration with Domeau & Peres

The 4130 chromoly steel frame and fork is from Brooklyn Machine Works, and the whole bike has been labouriously upholstered in water buffalo leather, taking over 100 hours to hand stich everything. Several one-off colours will be available at cost of around £18000 each nice if you can afford it. Head over to Gagosian Shop for more details.

 

 

 

Pharrell William’s Crib

The Selby, shows us around Mr Pharrell William’s crib in Miami

N.E.R.D. ‘Nothing’ Artwork by Terry Richardson

With N.E.R.D. preparing to release their highly anticipated album entitled “Nothing”, here is a first look at the cover art. Shot by Terry Richardson, the signature shot features frontman Pharrell Williams in a military helmet with a slight native American touch with feathers highlighting the piece. The N.E.R.D. “NOTHING” album will be out this winter, so expect to here more about it prior to release.

Moncler x Pharrell Williams

These bullet-proof looking puffy vests first made a splash when preview images debuted on WWD back last November, drawing an almost audible sigh simultaneously from different corners of the world, lamenting, “Why aren’t these already on racks so I can wear them now?” Sure, the weather may not be in favour for these quilted, puffy numbers created by Pharrell Williams with Italian down company, Moncler, at the moment, but to avoid further disappointment, we would really suggest ushering them into your closet space as soon as possible once they hit the racks.
This collaborative collection between Pharrell and Moncler comes as a great, urban follow up to Moncler’s recent onslaught of collaborative projects with labels such as Thom Browne, Sacai, and visvim. In Pharrell’s tough urban aesthetics, he drew inspiration from the military-styled bulletproof vest and added a “forest” print lining inspired by Keita Sugiura’s work. These vests have also been crafted from Bionic Yarn, a three-year old textile company owned by Pharrell which makes yarn out of recycled plastic bottles.
The vests will be making a guest appearance at colette alongside Pharrell and Remo Ruffini, founder of Moncler. We are not sure if the vests will be on sale, but we are quite certain more information will be available at the event to be held at colette this coming Thursday, June 24 at 6pm. Keep your eyes peeled