Doodles and Pharrell Williams’ Brand Icecream are Set to Drop Physical Merch
Doodles has partnered with Pharrell Williams’ clothing brand Billionaire Boys Club Icecream to create a collection of physical items.
The release includes t-shirts, hats, shorts, towels, and even skateboards, with prices ranging from $50 to $165.
Blue-chip NFT project Doodles has partnered with Pharrell Williams’ streetwear clothing brand Billionaire Boys Club Icecream to create a collection of physical items.
The drop includes t-shirts, hats, shorts, towels, and even skateboards, with prices ranging from $50 to $165. The graphics for the collection were developed collaboratively with Doodles’ artist and co-founder, Burnt Toast.
The drop is scheduled to be released on April 28 to 30, during the “Something in the Water” music festival in Virginia Beach. Festival visitors can find it at the Doodles’ pop-up, accompanied by free ice cream. It’s worth noting that individuals who are unable to attend the festival will have a chance to find the items online. However, the quantities will reportedly be limited.
Notably, a part of the proceeds from the collection’s sales will go to Pharrell’s education non-profit organization, Yellow.
“This collection marks an important first step on our collaborations and apparel journey. Expect to see more partnerships like this as Doodles expands further into the lifestyle vertical,”said the head of brand partnerships at Doodles, Brandon Rosenblatt.
The noted singer and artist Pharrell Williams became the Chief Brand Officer of Doodles in June 2022. His initial plan was to produce a music album in collaboration with Columbia Records.
The upcoming collaborative clothing drop is a big step for Doodles, as the brand does not want to be associated with non-fungible tokens anymore. In March this year, the project’s co-founder, Poopie, wrote: “We’re trying to go from a startup to a leading media franchise. We are no longer an NFT project.”
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