Pharrell Williams Reveals Pieces From His ‘Raw for the Oceans’ Collection

June 20, 2014
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Pharrell Williams teased fans about hisBionic Yarn collection of G-Star RAW during New York Fashion Week this year. Fans didn’t know what it was going to look like. They were just majorly excited to hear about a new fashion brand from the creative artist. The collection, Raw for the Oceans, was supposed to be an exploration of the denim world in a very environmentally friendly way, using recycled materials from the ocean to create the fabrics.

Now it appears we don’t have to wait any longer.

The Raw for the Oceans collection has been revealed to the public, and it’s definitely giving off a earthy and innovative vibes. The line, which is said to have used 10 tons of plastic bottles, features a selection of hats, t-shirts, hoodies, and jeans. Most of the items featured come in an assortment of dark wash blues and blacks. All items also have the Otto the Octopus logo.

The collection comes out in September after being postponed from its original August release date. Check out some of the items in the collection below.

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