Pharrell Williams will be featured on a six-part documentary series titled ‘Activate’ that highlights the work of Global Citizen to eradicate extreme poverty. It’s not product placement. It’s not sponsored content. It’s prestige television. Activate, series that premieres today (Sept 5) on National Geographic Channel, features celebrities such as music producer Pharrell Williams, rapper Common, and actors Darren Criss and Uzo Aduba, and highlights the work of grassroots activists ending cash bail, eradicating plastic pollution, and more. Pharrell is featured in the fifth episode focused on the plastic pollution crisis.
Pharrell Williams‘ new Adidas Originals campaign, “Now Is Her Time,” is all about female empowerment through the power of representation and bold choices. Shot by Collier Schorr — who consistently explores themes of gender, sexuality, and identity — the campaign features powerful women and those who support them.
Ranging from artists to activists, “Now Is Her Time” stars singer-songwriter Syd; community organizer and co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Cullors; nonprofit leader and founder of period.org, Nadya Okamoto; writer, director, and broadcaster Reggie Yates; architectural technologist Iddris Sandu; surfer Keala Naihe; filmmaker and human rights activist Sana Azim; mother, artist, and founder of Art Mom project, Tyra Mitchell; model and co-founder of Style Saves, Isabela Rangel Grutman; models Sara Cummings and Kadija Diawara; and dancers Sheena Cain and Sophia Parker.
Pharrell and Adidas’ coinciding “Now Is Her Time” collection is made up of unisex apparel and footwear for adults, juniors, kids, and infants. Promoting women’s rights, the collection showcases a depth of color on popular sneakers such as the Solar HU, NMD, BYW, and the Adilette, a new addition to the HU collection. You can look forward to the adidas Originals by Pharrell Williams “Now Is Her Time” capsule launching August 31 at adidas stores, Foot Locker, select retailers, and online.
According to Time.com, Lil’ Nas X is working with Pharrell for a upcoming project. “Lil Nas’ seductive trap hit “Panini” already has 149 million streams on Spotify–more than the Beatles’ “Help” or Madonna’s “Like a Prayer.” When that song has run its course, he’ll release the video for “Rodeo”–another Western-tinged song that features Cardi B–and then a slew of new songs that also experiment with genre bending, Lil Nas says. He’s working with bigger producers now, including Pharrell Williams.”
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