As Pharrell continues pushing the culture forward as the men’s Creative Director of Louis Vuitton, he’s got help from the King himself. The latest star to lead an LV campaign is LeBron James, with his debut billboards going up in New York on Oct. 24. In the billboard, James can be seen rocking a slim […]
Alleged billionaire Drake still hasn’t run out of things to buy. The rapper has stumbled into buying some of the most iconic pieces of memorabilia in hip-hop history and recently dropped a bag on some jewelry that once belonged to Tupac. Pac’s gold, ruby, and diamond-encrusted crown ring was sold at a Sotheby auction earlier […]
We got a sneak peek at what will hopefully be available for fans to cop.
The era of Pharrell Williams at Louis Vuitton is officially in full effect. Appointed as the new creative menswear director, succeeding the late Virgil Abloh, certainly left him with big shoes to fill. Still, at his first fashion week in Paris, he did his best with a star-studded audience and brought more streetwear to the […]
Pharrell Williams is elevating his music outing to new levels. He has just released a Something in the Water festival Louis Vuitton capsule.
The 49-year-old super producer unveils his debut collection during Paris Fashion Week this coming June.
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Pharrell Williams has cemented his place in music history. After creating The Neptunes with Chad Hugo, the Virginia native became one of the most prolific hitmakers in the 90s and the early aughts. The duo crafted memorable hits like SWV’s “Use Your Heart,” Snoop’s “Beautiful” and “Drop it Like It’s Hot,” Kelis’ (now controversial) “Milkshake,” […]
“The Yankees are the world’s biggest sports franchise. Nothing is bigger or better. For me it’s such a blessing to participate and experience.” - Pharrell Williams telling WWD about the capsule collection between Billionaire Boys Club and the New York Yankees
Pharrell is bringing back the "Something In The Water" festival this coming June, after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. But instead of holding the three-day event in its usual locale of Virginia Beach, he decided to take his show on the road and head up north this time around — to Washington D.C.
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