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Pharrell’s Dope t-shirts

Published 11/06/2015

Pharrell Williams
Pharrell Williams

Pharrell Williams has released a limited amount of tees as part of his clothing line Billionaire Boys Club.

The 42-year-old Happy singer serves as executive producer on his forthcoming movie Dope, which centres on teenagers in Los Angeles who are obsessed with the 1990s.

And as part of a promotional effort for Dope, Pharrell has debuted limited edition t-shirts for the movie through his clothing line Billionaire Boys Club.

According to Page Six, the star’s clothes went on sale last Friday at a Los Angeles boutique which is aptly named Dope. It’s claimed supermodel Chanel Iman and P. Diddy’s son Quincy were circulating at the outlet.

Pharrell will also be offering his t-shirts on the East Coast this Friday at his Billionaire Boys Club shop in Soho. It’s claimed Zoë Kravitz and A$AP Rocky, who star in the movie Dope, will be attending this Friday’s New York City debut.

Pharrell’s fashion career is thriving after being named CFDA's Fashion Icon of the Year in March.

One of his latest collaborations includes working as style director on a new sustainable, eco-friendly line for Woolworths.

It's a natural move for the star, who praised the company for being “a global blueprint for how good businesses should do good business”.

“[The new collaboration will call on everyone] to work together to uplift education in South Africa. For food farming that goes easy on the planet. And to create fashion that is just not cool, but also sustainable," he added to WWD.

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