Skateboard P has announced that he will be expanding his Billionaire Boys Club clothing line to include a women’s divsion to be called- surprise- Billionaire Girls Club. The musician-turned-clothes maker told Women’s Wear Daily that the new line will have a full range of ladies’ clothing and is set to launch in the Spring of 2013 (which is kind of a long time for now, especially considering the fickle nature of urban clothing trends).

Williams is also collaborating on a line of shoes with designer Mark McNairy, which will be available next February. He’s also working on a coffee table book with Ambra Medda of Design Miami. “Places & Spaces I’ve Been” does not yet have a release date. Go Pharrell, go!




  • Shug Avery

    His Billionare Boys Club attire was pretty expensive. “LE” question is, who has the money to buy Billionare Girls Club attire, but then again I know women who can barely make ends meet wear high end fashions. carry on.

  • Pink

    All I’ve got to say is that most people consume too much, and don’t save and invest enough.For some reason a lot of people think that THINGS enhance their status in life. NOT!!

  • African Mami

    Congrats on your added hustle. But I just have to say this, it’s truly eating my innards if I hold it in.

    Celebrities, QUIT claiming to be designers. Attaching your name to a brand does NOT make you a designer. Secondly, please for heavens sake take the craft seriously. Pharrell I’ve gone through your lookbok and I was VERY disappointed. Some dudes got on jailbird shorts….lawwd! Nyhoo end of rant.

    #Occupy TALENT!

  • secret ninja

    *swoons* i love Pharrell!

  • Mimi

    AGREED!!! The funny thing about celeb lines is that for the most part, I don’t see anyone wearing them anymore. I haven”t seen anyone in Dereon crap in a long time and I certainly haven’t seen anyone in BBC considering t-shirts are a couple hundred.

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