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G-Star Raw Pharrell’s Second Drop  for Available In Stores and Online

Pharrell’s Second Collection for G-Star Raw

Available In Stores and Online now! First revealed by Pharrell Williams at the G-Star Mat in New York last month, the second edition of the G-Star Raw Elwood X25 jeans – an ongoing celebration of unreserved self-expression and creativity – is now available both in-store and online.  The collection is filled with different types of jeans for today urbanite suited for your lifestyle.

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G-Star Raw Pharrell's Second Drop  for Available In Stores and Online

For the Fall/Winter ’17 season, G-Star, along with its Head of Imagination, Pharrell Williams, showcases the second drop of the G-Star Raw Elwood X25 jeans– in an array of fresh interpretations varying from checks, camouflages, and animal skins. Taking inspiration from traditional patterns and camouflages from the animal kingdom, this series represents a new take on individuality.

The pants, each with a unique story, are available in various fabrics and different quality prints. Luxe prints featuring detailed embroideries and top-notch printing techniques such as laser and discharge prints, digital animal prints, join the classic prints introduced in the Spring/Summer ’17 season. I could actually see French Montana in a few of these too.

 

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