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This weekend we gave you the first look at our latest collaboration between Bee Line for Billionaire Boys Club and Timberland. The latest collaboration between Bee Line for Billionaire Boys Club and Timberland is an elegant twist to the iconic 6-inch silhouette. Pharrell was inspired by the fashion of the Harlem Renaissance, specifically the Jazz singer Cab Calloway and his two-tone wingtip shoes. This time around, he created what he calls “the working Class boot—the ambitious love child of a wingtip and construction boot.” It is the perfect clash of classic and contemporary with wingtip paneling and perforation details that give it a unique touch.
For the first time, we are introducing women’s boots that will come in two colorways: solid navy and black/white ($250). For men’s, the boots will be available in solid navy and solid black ($300).
You can buy these on November 7th.
Beyoncé and Topshop are partnering on a new athletic line.According to WWD, the superstar and the English retailer have formed a 50-50 joint venture company called Parkwood Topshop Athletic Ltd. to produce an athletic streetwear brand that’ll launch next fall, at the earliest.
There’s no doubt this alliance makes sense: Beyoncé has long been a devoted Topshop fan, but this isn’t your typical celebrity-store collaboration. In fact, it’s not really a collaboration at all, outside the truest sense of the word.
“This not a collaboration,” Topshop founder Sir Philip Green told WWD. “This is about building a brand and building a business—a separate, proper business, with separate overhead and a separate office.”
The Topshop-Beyoncé collection will include clothing, shoes and accessories designed for sports, yoga, and dance (duh), and—perhaps most importantly—will have an “ath-leisure side” targeting women who not only go to yoga or the gym, but those who want to look as if they do. Can’t wait to see what it looks like!