Pharrell Williams to Launch ‘G I R L’ Fragrance

Pharrell Williams

There’s a new G I R L in Pharrell Williams’ life. Following the release of his album, the “Happy” singer is set to debut his first fragrance this fall.

Pharrell has partnered with Japanese fashion brand Comme des Garçons for G I R L, a unisex scent named after his latest project.

“I am so honored to be working with Comme des Garçons and cherish the education that I’ve experienced in this collaboration,” Pharrell told WWD.

Adrian Joffe, chief executive of Comme des Garçons Parfum SA shared his excitement to team with the fashion-forward hitmaker.

“This is the first time we have created a fragrance for a musician, and I can think of no greater talent and no greater gentleman to have done this with,” said Joffe. “Pharrell knew exactly what he wanted the perfume to smell like right from the beginning. It has been an honor to work with such a creative artist with a great vision, which for Comme des Garçons is the most important thing.”

The fragrance arrives in stores this September. More details will be announced in the coming months.

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  1. lamb

    and this will still be out before mariahs next album…


    SweetBrownSugar Reply:

    @lamb, so true!!!! lol


  2. Dave

    Pharell is making sure he gets all the coins. GO HEAD Pharell!


  3. Rich



    B Reply:

    @Rich, 1. Why the fuck are you using hashtags?
    2. Selling out is wanting to make a fragrance? That’s like saying Pharrell making a clothing line is selling out. He’s rich off of clothes already though. Take 5,000 seats.


    Wow Reply:

    @Rich, you’re literally retarded.


    nwhat Reply:

    @Rich, pharrell has been almost the only artist that never sold out. ludacris, nelly, ne-yo they all sell out but not skb p


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