Pharrell Opens Up $14 Million Home, Prefers Female Fashion
Pharrell Williams of the Neptunes invited a W Magazine camera crew into his $14 million Miami crib. The veteran producer gave the publication an opportunity to snap pics of his contemporary art-covered walls and coffers, including works by Takashi Murakami, a closet full of rare kicks and enough Louis Vuitton to make VH1's 'Mob Wives' jealous.
Leading a tour through his carefully decorated 40th floor flat, Pharrell revealed that his fashion heroes are predominantly female, citing Steve McQueen, Lanvin, Alber Elbaz, Marc Jacobs and Brad Pitt as the rare exceptions.
"I feel like women are just completely dominating," the N.E.R.D. frontman told the women's mag. "It's funny because as men, we're more archetypal in the sense that, one man's an electrician, one man's a plumber, another man's a sea merchant, another guy's a computer engineer, another guy's an artist, and they all dress the part. But when it comes to stepping outside of that, it doesn't really translate as much, where women take on very different themes every day. At the end of the day, it's always gonna boil down to women when it comes to fashion."
Check out W's tour of Pharrell's digs here.
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