Pharrell is perhaps the most prolific collaborator in the world. But the wildest part of his history of collaborations is the diverse set of people and companies that he’s worked with. He’s had his hands in everything from music, clothing and home goods to furniture, literature and art. You could spend your whole day and every activity therein, with Pharrell products.
Here’s what it would look like:
You wake up and wash your face with Pharrell Williams X Kiehl’s Acai Damage-Protecting Toning Mist, slip into a Pharrell Williams x Uniqlo UT 2014 Spring/Summer “i am OTHER” T-Shirt, then lace up your Hand-Customized Stan Smith adidas X colette Pharrell sneakers, and pretty up your finger with something from Pharrell’s Louis Vuitton ring collection.
Once you dab on a few drops of the Pharrell Williams x KAWS x COMME des GARÇONS “GIRLS” Fragrance, you’re ready to hit the door for a ride on the yellow, water-buffalo-leather-wrapped “Velo” bike that Pharrell did for Domeau & Pérès.
Before you head out, don’t forget to shade your eyes with the full-face Lunettes sunglasses that Pharrell did with Moncler. If it’s a chilly day though, keep yourself warm with something from the most recent BBC Black line Pharrell did with Mark McNairy.
While you’re out, you can clearly keep your iPod blaring anything from N.E.R.D.’s discography and/or any of the music that Pharrell has produced for artists like Robin Thicke, Jay-Z, Snoop Dogg, Kanye West, Daft Punk, Clipse, 2 Chainz, Azealia Banks, Gwen Stefani…
Then, when you get back home, and walk past your collection of Pharrell X Daniel Arsham and Pharrell X Yi Zhou artwork, and BAPE custom canvases, you could slip into a pair of house shoes from Pharrell’s Gap collection. Turn on your Pharrell x Kartell Bourgie Lamp, take a seat in the bright red, human-legged chair that Pharrell did with Domeau & Pérès, and spend a few hours expanding your mind with Rizzoli‘s Pharrell: Places and Spaces I’ve Been coffee table book and/or with W Magazine’s art issue, the cover of which Pharrell shared with a giant screw.
Or instead of doing any of the above, you could just watch the whole 24-hour music video that Pharrell did for “Happy” featuring basically a million people dancing (all segments published on YouTube).
Ok, you get the point. Pharrell goes in on collaborations. Click through the gallery at top to see all the collaborations mentioned above. Then, if you’re in Paris, head to colette to pick up those hand-customized Stan Smiths Pharrell did for the concept store. They’re on sale now.