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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Fashion Forward Pharrell Williams Sports Guy-Liner As He Steps Out In Paris


If anything he is known for his fashion forward sensibility.

And after achieving trend-setting success with his park ranger hat earlier this year, Pharrell Williams looked to be placing his sartorial sights on a new look for men - eyeliner.

The 41-year-old stepped out in Paris on Tuesday wearing a thick coating of guy-liner as he was joined by his wife Helen Lasichanh.

And there certainly nothing about the star's style that was not flamboyant as he wore a large electric blue hat with jaunty ribbons and pins.

Matching the topper was a blue track jacket painted over with graphic art as he sported strings of gold chains and large bohemian beads.



Underneath the jacket was a long kimono positioned over a rocker T-shirt as she wore stained blue jeans.

Completing his outfit was a pair of red lace up boots with graffiti writing across the patent leather.


 Meanwhile, last month as Robin Thicke and Pharrell continued to fight claims they ripped off Marvin Gaye's 1977 classic Got To Give It Up for their own hit Blurred Lines, things have gone decidedly more old school.



In new court documents obtained by TMZ, the musicians claim that if they're to stand accused of lifting melodies from the the music of others, so too should Ludvig van Beethoven, who died in 1827.



According to the website, the stars point out several differences in notes between their summer 2013 smash hit and Marvin's soulful classic.

And while they concede that Blurred Lines kicks off with repeated notes, just like Got To Give It Up, they argue that the same could be said for Beethoven's classic 5th Symphony.



Pointing out that such a musical arrangement is common among those in the recording industry, they also claim that their controversial track actually holds more similarities to the Allen Toussaint Penned '60s classic Working In A Coal Mine.

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