Pharrell Williams has been a busy guy this year. His debut collection for Louis Vuitton launched in June, and he’s celebrating the 20-year anniversary of his Billionaire Boys Club brand. For the anniversary, BBC is dropping a special collaboration with Moncler that’ll merge Italian luxury and modern streetwear. The iconic Virginia rap duo, Clipse, is starring in the campaign, which makes sense as they were at the forefront of the brand's inception with Williams.
The Moncler x Billionaire Boys Club collection includes outerwear and a selection of lightweight layers, designed with Moncler’s signature silhouettes and special BBC motifs featured on each piece. The collection is defined by a new combined logo, merging Moncler lettering with BBC’s signature astronaut motif.
The outerwear featured in the collection includes a down-filled Melton wool varsity jacket with BBC reflective embroidery, Nappa lambskin leather sleeves, nylon laqué lining, and a removable drawstring hood, as well as a down-filled puffer jacket with removable sleeves and hood, embossed with BBC’s signature Diamond and Dollar print.
Along with the outerwear, the Clipse are also photographed sporting a wool and cashmere blend knit sweater with elbow patches in Milano stitch; a cotton jersey crewneck style tee; a loose-fit hoodie featuring BBC and Moncler felted logos; and track pants with nylon knee patches, zipped pockets, and elastic cuffs.
We can't forget the accessories—an ultra-fine wool beanie with the diamonds and dollar sign design all over. Of course, it wouldn't be a winter collection without waterproof rubber boots.
Stay tuned for more information on when the collection drops.