The cover of GQ in November has a groundbreaking Pharrell Williams, at first glance, for the chosen wardrobe. A coat of Moncler that has given much to talk about. And in this issue, the header, tries to reflect on what is the new masculinity.
“When you listen to yourself and you feel comfortable with who you are, you put on what you feel fits you,” he says when referring to the photo shoot with Micaiah Carter.
Pharrell has shown that if we talk about trends, he does not set limits or boundaries and the gender issue is not relevant in this area. We have seen him with clothes and accessories by Chanel and Cèline that many believed were intended exclusively for women. He proved no.