Ever since Pharrell Williams came on the music scene as half of the production company and music group The Neptunes, he has proven that he's not of this world. Not only is the 39-year-old Virginia Beach native behind the beats of many of your favorite hits he's also a rapper, singer, curator, and fashion designer.
And if that's not enough to knock the Billionaire Boys Club hat off your head, the N.E.R.D. frontman is not ready to slow down yet.
Pharrell has teamed up with designer Mark Mcnairy to create Bee Line for Billionaire Boys Club. The new collection is USA made and combines streetwear and menswear into a funky masculine blend. The New York Times describes the threads as "camouflage jackets and streetwear with an amusing hunting motif." Interesting.
And even though we are not too sure about BBC's Spring 2013 jeans with pockets big enough to hold a 40 we are excited to see what's in store for Bee Line this fall. While Pharrell's been busy revamping the world of streetwear he still has plenty of creativity left to spread around in other areas.
Last May Pharrell placed all of his endeavors into a new creative company aptly called I Am Other. In October he plans to release "Pharrell: Places and Spaces I've Been," a book that chronicles his numerous collaborations with artists like Takashi Murakami, bike designer Domeau & Pérès, and Louis Vuitton. We'll also get a sneak peek at the hitmaker's interviews with people like Jay-Z and Anna Wintour. An audiobook may also be in the works for those who want to live vicariously through Pharrell with the help of their iPods.
What will Pharrell come up with next? We aren't entirely sure but we are definitely eagerly waiting for his next ingenious idea--are you?
Here's a look at Pharrell's funky style...