Four days ago Kasseem Dean aka Swizz Beatz revealed also via Instagram that there probably be a Beat Battle of Pharrell VS. Timbaland by saying “therealswizzzThe face you make when you’re waiting for @pharrell to battle @timbaland for the culture 😂🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 CC @justblaze ⚡️⚡️⚡️oh yeah I had my AP in 2000⚡️ @kodaklens my shirt was 15X 😂🙈” Stay tuned or more information.
Photos by Charles Reagan Hackleman. Hans Zimmer brought out the one and only Pharrell Williams at Coachella. Wearing white shades and a pastel yellow sweatshirt to perform “Freedom,” Pharrell concluded his cameo by bowing down in admiration for Zimmer, who then took to the mic to do the same for Williams: “This guy is the most gracious brother I have ever had. This guy lights up the world with peace and love and freedom.”
101 years ago, Gabrielle Chanel opened up the doors of her atelier at 31 Rue Cambon in Paris. Known as Coco, she took her cues from masculine attire, and caused quite the revolution when she raised hemlines, showed women’s ankles, rid women’s waists of corsets, and took the favored embellishments of the day–birds, feathers, flowers–off ladies’ hats in order to create something more wearable.
Before opening the doors of her famed couture house, spent her days sewing and her nights singing cabaret, and was known to refuse to ride sidesaddle. Gabrielle Chanel was the original independent woman. It is only fitting, then, that Chanel would choose this year to launch a new bag and name it after their founder. “She was a woman ahead of her time,” said Pharrell Williams, one of the faces of the new ‘Gabrielle’ bags. And in a year that has many women questioning the world around them, it is worth re-visiting some tokens of advice that Coco Chanel bestowed on the world.
While we await more details on Pharrell Williams’ next sneaker collaboration with Adidas, new styles continue to surface on social media, making it clear that there are some big plans for the still-unnamed silhouette. It looks like Williams’ next Human Race kicks will be available in a wide variety of colorways, in addition to the Stan Smith-inspired white-and-green look spotted in March.
The most recent images come courtesy of Instagram user @sneakerprophet_, who’s shared a handful of potential releases including a white-and-pink version, a style with a tan upper and a pink midsole, a marled blue colorway and an attention-grabbing multicolor makeup that blends shades of yellow with a kaleidoscopic knit. But the pairs pictured below aren’t the only unreleased Pharrell sneakers making the rounds. At a Chanel party last week in Los Angeles, the recording artist and designer celebrated his birthday with a previously unseen colorway of his Human Race NMD collaboration.
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