Well, it looks like Billionaire Boys Club and Timberland have a new collaboration on the way.
The streetwear brand posted a photo of a pair of all red six-inch boots on Instagram. The caption reads: “SAMPLE cc: @timberland #BillionaireDevelopment.”
This past summer, Pharrell was seen wearing a pair of red Timbs. In August, he even put this up on his Instagram account with the caption, “1 of 1…well…for now that is. #beeline #timberland @bbcicecream”:
Guess they’re not “1 of 1” anymore?
No word yet on pricing or release date, but stay tuned.
Check out the video of a group of students from the Detroit Academy of Arts and Science perform their rendition of Pharrell William’s hit “Happy.”
In a web series call Stereotypes, Ryan Hall from Pharrell Williams’ i am OTHER brand hits the streets and asks various people what it means to keep it real and how they keep it real. “Keeping it real” is a pop culture term that signifies remaining genuine in all aspects of life. Whether with your opinions and views, perception, or style “keeping it real” adds to your credibility. Watch the video below and enjoy.
In these videos Pusha T and a few colleagues speak on his humble beginnings and his transition into Hip Hop stardom. Be on the look out for his album My Name is My Name dropping October 8.
In anticipation of his highly-awaited solo debut album, Pusha T dipped out to Kingston, Jamaica to shoot a music video for his single “Blocka.” Already cinematic in nature, Pusha’s ominous track needed the proper treatment, so a trip to the Yard was only proper. While out there he was joined by Complex Magazine’s capo, Noah Callahan-Bever, for an exclusive interview. The Mass Appeal alum chops it up with Push as they discuss a myriad of topics, all while traversing through the back blocks of Jamaica. Continue reading
Every summer super producer Pharrell Williams is responsible for a camp to encourage and empower today’s at risk youth. From One Hand to Another (FOHTA) Summer of Innovation Camp takes place in his hometown of Virginia Beach, Virginia. This camp teaches lessons under the Dream Mapping, Motivation, and NASA curriculum. Students participate in activities that include building a robotic arm, testing and designing airplanes that emulate flights of space craft carriers, create public service announcements, as well as guidance on what steps they should take to earn their dream career. FOHTA’s motto is “changing the world one kid at a time.”