Pharrell Williams and Designer Mark McNairy Reunite for BBC's Blacked-Out New Line
Singer-songwriter Pharrell Williams and clothing designer Mark McNairy prove that black is the new black in their new noir collection, BBC Black.
We already know of the cool urban swagger that Pharrell and Mark McNairy capture in their individual clothing lines and the awesomeness that happens when the two unite. Remember the cool Bee Line the two created consisting of tees, button-ups, and baller varsity jackets that were a must for any urban dweller?
The dynamic duo chatted with GQ and gave the mag a brief look at the upcoming BBC Black collection, set to hit stores later this fall.
Black’s capsule collection focuses on monochromatic items inspired by army gear from the military uniform factory, Crye Precision's. With the entire streetwear collection dipped in black. Instead of color the duo focused on silhouette – strong military fabrics were juxtaposed in both slouchy and tailored cuts.
Teaming up McNairy inspired Pharrell to add a new edge to a signature look. "All-black everything has been a trend in hip hop over the past couple of years, but [McNairy] approaches it differently," he explains to GQ.
The result of Mark’s vision is crisp sleek fashions with a sophisticated edge. There are minimal button down shirts paired over jerseys and slouchy pants accessorized with army boots and smooth black caps. What do you think of the looks?