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Pharrell Williams has been a Chanel model Cheap Nike Shoes , film star, composer and brand ambassador. This week, he will make his debut in his new role as co-designer of a capsule collection with the French luxury brand that is set to launch exclusively on Thursday at the opening of Chanel’s first flagship boutique in Seoul, South Korea.To mark the launch, Williams has stepped in front of the camera again for a short film featuring a gang of women and men on a nocturnal road trip, dressed in the rainbow outfits of the Chanel-Pharrell collection — think sweatshirts with embroidered graffiti, terry cloth bucket hats and oodles of rhinestone jewelry.In behind-the-scenes footage shared exclusively with WWD, the multihyphenate explained the process that brought him together with the late Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel’s creative director for 36 years, starting with their sneaker launch at the now-defunct Paris concept store Colette in 2017.“This campaign and this film are about a capsule collection, something that they’ve never done in the history of the brand. They do that not with a designer but with a musician with ambition and dreams,” Williams said.The “Happy” singer, who has received 12 Grammy Awards and heads the multimedia collective I Am Other, was previously one of the ambassadors of Chanel’s Gabrielle handbag, has walked in its runway shows and appeared in a movie directed by Lagerfeld, for which he wrote an original song.An early proponent of gender-fluid dressing, Williams likes to wear Chanel pearls with everything from a tuxedo to a yellow hoodie. The Chanel-Pharrell collection channels the same energy, rooted in founder Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel’s early habit of borrowing from men’s wardrobes.Lagerfeld regularly included a number of men’s looks, often modeled by his muses Baptiste Giabiconi and Brad Kroenig, in his runway shows Cheap Nike Shoes From China , although the brand has never marketed a unisex or men’s offer.“Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel didn’t see partitions. And it’s interesting, because neither did the brand when it came to giving me a shot. They didn’t see partitions,” Williams noted.“But they’re not afraid of these things. Just like she wasn’t afraid. There don’t need to be boundaries. As long as you can hold on to the heritage, and continue to push it, like Karl always does, we don’t need walls — we need bridges,” he added.Loosely inspired by the Japanese animation film “Akira,” the film features a diverse cast including Soo Joo Park, Yoon Young Bae, Adesuwa Aighewi, Alton Mason and Anok Yai. Williams on Sunday posted a one-minute cut on Instagram, while the full three-and-a-half-minute version will break on Chanel’s online platforms on Thursday.The capsule line, which will launch from April 4 in selected Chanel boutiques worldwide, consists of some 40 references, including 10 pieces of ready-to-wear such as short and long robes, and color-blocked T-shirts, as well as costume jewelry, sneakers, loafers, mules Womens Nike React , sunglasses, hip packs and oversize shoppers.In the video, Aighewi displays the handwritten message on a pair of white sneakers with mismatched laces: “I like this part where it says ‘Women will save the world.’” Yai, meanwhile, provides a close-up of a chain bracelet with a logo that combines the Chanel and Pharrell names, which appears throughout the collection.In the spirit of street art, Williams played around with the brand’s double-C logo, as well as its Coco and No. 5 emblems. “Five has always been Coco’s number. You know, the famous number five. Five is the number for men. It’s also the date of my birthday,” said the rapper, who will turn 46 on April 5.On the back of a long-sleeve T-shirt, he printed a handwritten story about a bet he once made with a friend who predicted a future collaboration with Chanel.“At that time, gender fluidity and these things addressing gender weren’t as loud and pronounced as they are now. I was just doing it because it was just the way I felt,” he recalled. “I lost the bet. It was a bet that I’ve been happy to lose.”This story was reported by WWD and originally appeared on The feud between NBA superstar Russell Westbrook and Utah Jazz fans continued last night. And the baller accused a fan of making racial comments.In a video that’s circulating on social media, the Jordan Brand-backed athlete addressed a fan that he told reporters after the game was making racial and inappropriate comments.“I'm going to tell you one thing, I'll f**k him up if he says that s**t again. I promise you," Westbrook was heard saying while on the bench in the video. "I promise you. You think I'm playing. I swear to God, I swear to God, I'll f**k you up. You and your wife, I'll f**k you up./ the game , Westbrook expressed his thoughts on the incident with reporters."How it started was, the young man and the wife in the stands told me to get down on my knees 'like you're used to.'" Westbrook explained to reporters. "To me, that's just completely disrespectful. To me, I think it's racial. I think it's just inappropriate in a sense of there's no protection for the players. I think there a lot of great fans around the world that like to come to the game and enjoy the game, and there are people that to come to the game to say mean, disrespectful things about me, my family."Westbrook continued, "For many years, I've done all the right things. I've never done anything to hurt or harm anybody, I've never been in any trouble, never fought a fan. Been in the league 11 years, clean slate, humble, I take all the criticism from everybody, been doing the same thing for years. For me, disrespect will not be taken for me."/, the fan, who was identified in an ESPN report as Shane Keisel, 45, shared with ESPN a different recollection of the events that transpired.“He’s got to be a professional. [My wife] was sitting down the entire time. Me and him were just actually kind of having fun , to be honest,” Keisel told ESPN. “He was smiling at one point.”Keisel continued, “I just told him, ‘Sit down and ice your knees, bro,’ and he turned to me and was like, ‘It’s heat, it’s heat,’ and I’m like, ‘Well you’re gonna need it,’ and it turned into not-safe-for-work."/ to reports, Keisel and other fans were handed warning cards for "excessive verbal abuse," a violation of the NBA's fan code of conduct.Although the two have different stories, one thing that's certain is that negative comments were all over the internet, including some allegedly made by Keisel about Westbrook on his own accounts./ isn't the first time things got heated between Westbrook and Jazz fans. In April 2018, during the first round of the playoffs, the baller and fans got into it twice as he exited the floor./ more?Russell Westbrook's New Jordan Signature Sneaker Honors His CareerRussell Westbrook Pays Homage to Late Broadcaster Craig Sager With These Wild JordansRussell Westbrook Credits Mother for His Risk-Taking Style: ‘She’s My Inspiration’
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