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Pharrell Williams | Dressed To Kill | June 2014

Pharrell Williams has great taste when it comes to fashion, showing us how it’s done at the iHeart Radio Music Awards. Check out here how to steal his style.

If you’re going to copy anyone’s style Pharrell Williams should by law be at the top of the list! He really does know what he’s doing and somehow has the secret to eternal youth. Not only are we in love with his hit songs but he sure knows a little thing or two about style and how to wear it right. Pharrell has recently revealed that he will be collaborating with Adidas to launch his own collection of Originals. To get us prepared for the launch he’s already been sporting some customised Adidas Originals for his performance at the Oscars then again here at the iHeart Radio Awards.

Although these sneakers are awesome it’s pretty difficult to find anything similar so if you really are in love with them the launch of his collection will be worth the wait. The customised sneakers are upholstered with a coral printed fabric all the way from Paris, just for Pharrell.

Pharrell Williams Dressed To Kill

Pharrell Williams Dressed To Kill

To re -create the outfit, we’ve found some similar pieces to get you on your way to having Pharrell’s great look. First of all we’ve got these mid wash jeans from River Island for just £45. Next we found this white Diesel print t-shirt which is available in House of Fraser for on £21. To go over the t-shirt Pharrell wore a knitted grey jacket, so we found this open grey cardigan from ASOS for £38.

For the sneakers we couldn’t find the exact pair but for a statement pair of shoes try these Jeremy Scott Leopard Shoes from Adidas. Finally to accessorise Pharrell surprisingly opted for a shiny straw fedora instead of his iconic Vivienne Westwood Mountain Hat, so similarly to this one we have this Jasper Fedora hat from Village Hat Shop.

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