Initial Appear: Uniqlo x Pharrell T-Shirts
An early appear at Pharrell Williams’ collaboration with Uniqlo has been unveiled. FashionBeans initial reported news of the musician’s team-up with the Japanese store when it broke last month. The higher street chain has given that released a preview of what shoppers can expect at launch in the coming weeks.
New photos show off the branded line of t-shirts and baseball caps, produced in partnership with the star’s ‘I am Other’ label, the parent organization of his a number of inventive outlets.
Working alongside Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream business partner Nigo, who heads Uniqlo’s UT line, Pharrell has developed a series of graphic and logo styles for both males and women.
In an attempt to define the all round path of the variety, a single of Pharrell’s pieces carries the definition of ‘other’, with 2 far more reminding wearers ‘the same is lame’ and to ‘think other’.
The face of the singer, who is now as active in style as he is in music, is reported to appear on the inner neckline, along with his name on the back.
Far from getting his only venture of 2014, this is just one in a lengthy line of projects for the Oscar-nominee, which most lately involved confirming a deal with adidas.
Pharrell’s most well-liked brand, Billionaire Boys Club, has not suffered regardless of his several undertakings, opening a new London store earlier this year.
Speaking about the UT collection, Pharrell stated he could “not stop displaying it off”.
“I was like ‘Wow this is going to be revolutionary’. It’s so soft – gentle to the touch – and I just could not believe the price it is going for,” he added.
The Uniqlo UT x Pharrell Williams collection will be offered each online and in shops from April 24th. The chain has confirmed t-shirts will cost £12.90, with hats slightly larger at £14.90.
Fans will get a further update on the 14th when the range’s personal Television campaign kicks off, featuring Pharrell’s single Come Get It Bae, off his new album GIRL.
Pharrell x Uniqlo UT Collection