pharrell and justin timberlake singing “we are the losers” after the golden globes lmaoooo pic.twitter.com/naLo9CxrTt
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Pharrell revealed on tonight’s episode that they already worked together right after the #OTHERtone episode, also listen to Anderson.Paak and Pharrell’s cover to Thundercat’s ‘Them Changes’.
— Natalie Eshaya (@NegativeNatalie) January 5, 2017
The music star is to front the new Gabrielle style alongside Kristen Stewart, Cara Delevingne and Caroline De Maigret. Carrying On: Pharrell Williams wears Chanel necklaces and tweed jackets with confidence and panache. He walked the runway at the Ritz Paris for the French brand last month and once composed a song for a Karl Lagerfeld-directed Chanel film, crooning that he wanted to “see, see (CC) the world.” Now the music star has landed his first handbag campaign, WWD has learned.
Williams is to appear in advertising for Chanel’s new Gabrielle bag, recently photographed by Lagerfeld, who conceived the style. The designer also conscripted three powerful women for the spots: Kristen Stewart, Cara Delevingne and Caroline De Maigret. It is understood the personalities were shot separately, not as a group, and that this is the first time a man has appeared in a Chanel handbag ad. The brand is keeping the visuals under wraps until their debut on April 3, but confirmed the four guests of honor on Monday.
Pharrell With Janelle Monáe & Jim Parsons
Photos by T. Ziemba & V. Killilea. The Parker Palm Springs, with its candied-colored hues of yellow and orange, was the place to be seen Tuesday morning at the Creative Impact Awards luncheon feting the 20th anniversary of Variety’s 10 Directors to Watch. Among the celebrities at the Bellini-soaked brunch, thrown in tandem with the 28th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival, were “Hidden Figures” and “Moonlight”;
Pharrell With Jim Parsons
“Captain Fantastic” star and Creative Impact in Acting Award recipient Viggo Mortensen; Pharrell Williams, honored with the Creative Impact in Producing Award for shepherding “Hidden” figures to the big screen; and “Loving” helmer Jeff Nichols, recipient of the Creative Impact in Directing Award. “Glee” star and comedian Jane Lynch introduced Variety’s Vice President and Executive Editor Steven Gaydos, who created the 10 to Watch list as a means by which to earmark talented artists on the rise in Hollywood. Up next, Monae and “Hidden Figures” co-star Jim Parsons introduced Williams, with Monae hailing the producer-songwriter-composer-singer as “a visionary, a Renaissance man, a man who has done it all.
Pharrell With Janelle Monáe
He truly does believe women are the future. We are ‘femme-ing’ the future.” Williams, humbled and nervous, took the stage, brimming with gratitude for everyone who helped in the creation of “Hidden Figures,” including his producing partner Mimi Valdez, also in attendance. “Everybody’s been so poetic today,” said Williams. “You guys said the kindest things ever. Remember, all the motion in our film is powered by some brilliant human being. It’s really been incredible. My heartbeat is doing 9o billion heartbeats per hour.”
Here is a glipse Of Tyler, The Creator’s Cherry Bomb Documentary where Tyler is working with Pharrell on the track ‘Keep Da O’s’.
Tyler, The Creator – Keep Da O’s feat. Pharrell & Coco O. (15′)
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