April 17, 2014
Pharell’s Street Fashion Sense
Singer Pharell Williams is giving us more reasons to be happy these days with his new t-shirt line for Uniqlo. The highly anticipated line, which was made available in stores last Monday, is called “i am OTHER”. Everyone’s been talking about it since they put up the billboard for the line along EDSA.
Pharell is known for his street fashion and is a style icon for many. While I admire his street fashion, I still don’t get the shorts at the Oscars (click here to see his picture in my previous article) and, of course, the infamous hat.
I don’t think his hat will catch on as a fashion trend but it did catch on on Twitter with the mock handle @Pharellhat gaining over 21,000 followers. The hat also made a lot of money for charity when it was auctioned off to the restaurant chain Arby’s for a whopping $44,100.
The “i am OTHER” line consists of statement shirts and baseball caps with messages like “the same is lame” and “think other”. The look is classic Pharell. All you need are the baggy jeans and a little man bling and you’re set.
I’m not too into the designs of his line but I personally like the black shirt with the words “the same is lame” in white and I think the material is of good quality. The fabric is very soft, which is a staple for all the lines under UT, Uniqlo’s signature t-shirt line. UT shirts also feature a seamless body, meaning it has no side seams like a regular t-shirt would, to make it even more comfy.
Pharell also models the UT Iolani Hawaiian Classics line as seen on the billboards and in-store posters.
Other UT collections include Coca-Cola, Music Icons, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Disney, Pixar, American Movies, Snoopy, to name a few. There’s definitely something for everyone, just in time for the summer.
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