Men's Style — 19 August 2013

BBC Bee Line creatively known as the Billionaire Boys Club label is back. Yes music producer Pharrell Williams and fashion designer Marc McNairy have reunited and it looks so good. The duo teamed up last year to present the BBC Bee Line that delivers classic menswear pieces created from vibrant street style. It’s where military meets swag and confidence.

The new holiday collection has a variety of bombers, parkas, varsity jackets and outerwear in busy print. The bold mix of colors are large, noticeable and just enough to give a man his confidence back. The BBC Bee Line has basic design elements transformed to give you creative options for layering this holiday season. The collection includes an embellished yellow and black collared jacket, yellow quilted trousers, and woodland patterned outerwear. These are the statement pieces that will get you noticed.

The BBC Bee Line is very playful as Pharrell with vests and overcoats using bold checked patterns. The collection also makes standard items funkier to wear. However, the collection is toned down with anchor pieces. Boots, denim pants and Oxford shirts gives some tranquility to fun found in the rest of the collection. The accessories are also key parts in the collection with caps, snapbacks and newsboys hats.

The BBC Bee Line is infused with individuality that will grab your attention this season. Pharrell and Marc have created a collection that offers the menswear industry a chance to think of fresh appealing styles. It is full of great construction, interesting prints and of course style. This is a line that men should pay close attention to as this collaboration, I feel, has many more lines ahead of them.

Although the collection isn’t available to purchase now, you can see what is available here.

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Andrew Roby is an Event Planner for District Fete and has a fashion alter-ego. Birthed in an event planning career, fashion has always been his main drive. But not just any type of fashion; men's fashion is his strongest desire as he feels most men's wear designers are under dogs to women's wear. When not seeking out the latest shoes, bags or tailored coat, HGTV is his guilty pleasure. One way or the other style and design is incorporated into whatever he does.

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