The Designer Who Made His Own Fashion

What Bella Hadid and Pharrell Williams Wore to Their Parties I’ve spent the last few weeks in New York for Fashion Week. I’ve seen designers that look, more often than not, like they have…

The Designer Who Made His Own Fashion

What Bella Hadid and Pharrell Williams Wore to Their Parties

I’ve spent the last few weeks in New York for Fashion Week. I’ve seen designers that look, more often than not, like they have a thousand other clients too. I’ve seen designers like Christian Lacroix, Dries van Noten, and Gucci, who have dressed themselves to the nines and are, more often than not, in their most couture outfits because they’re so good at what they do.

You’d be forgiven for thinking that all of us are in our own little world, but this week in New York, it was no different. It seemed as if half the designers in the world were in the same business. There was just one problem, however.

While they all looked amazing, there was one designer in particular (Pharrell Williams) that had a much more important role to play.

In the past four and a half years since Pharrell became a designer, he’s made more than 20 major releases, including “Happy”, featuring Madonna, “Blurred Lines”, featuring Jay Z and Beyonce, I’m Not Dating Him 2″, featuring Rihanna, and of course, “N****s in Paris”, as well as several other chart topping hits.

Pharrell Williams was in New York for the show for his show, “Pharrell Williams: The World Tour,” which was released on October 22, 2014. His clothes were made especially for him.

He’s become a brand, as he himself would say, and every time he walks out of the show, a lot of people in the industry see his name and immediately go back to their stores to get something they can wear for the rest of the year (and/or the rest of their lives if they’re really generous).

He’s become a brand, as he himself would say, and every time he walks out of the show, a lot of people in the industry see his name and immediately go back to their stores to get something they can wear for the rest of the year (and/or the rest of their lives if they’re really generous).

In fact, the first time I spoke with him about his “Pharrell Williams” line, he said in the most serious voice I’ve ever heard him speak that he felt like he would be taking a “risk

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