Pharrell Cara Delevigne British Vogue UK 2013

Pharrell Williams is a part of another hot collaboration this summer; only this time, it isn’t in the next best song. No, this time it is for fashion. His partner in crime? It’s none other than fashion angel Cara Delevigne. This is really an unstoppable match made in heaven and both look fabulous in the shots taken by David Bailey for British Vogue.

By the looks of the shots, and the way that clothes seem to just fall perfectly on Pharrell, you would never be able to tell that he was once a man that only wore Ralph Lauren polos. But the music producer (and owner of the Billionaire Boys Club clothing line) insists that just a mere 15 years ago, he really wasn’t that into fashion. He looks so comfortable in the photos though, you would think he has been modeling his entire life.

Let’s also take a quick moment to talk about how there is a twenty year age difference between Pharrell and Delevigne, but from what can only be attributed to magic, Pharrell looks like he is still in his twenties.

Golden girl Cara Delevigne has a face as recognizable as Pharrell’s beats. From her intense stare to her signature eyebrows, she steals the attention anytime she is featured. However, in this shoot for Vogue, the spotlight is shared between the two. We are huge fans of his collaboration with Daft Punk for “Get Lucky” but we think this might be our favorite Pharrell pairing of the summer.

Pharrell Cara Delevigne British Vogue UK 2013

Pharrell Cara Delevigne British Vogue UK 2013

Pharrell Cara Delevigne British Vogue UK 2013

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(all images via WhoWhatWear)


AKA The Girl In The Red Sunglasses, Erin is a recent graduate from Colorado State University's journalism program. She is originally from Colorado and now lives in New York but desperately wants to live in London. She has a tendency to over caffeinate. She loves to travel, but prefers there to be concerts involved. She can also be wildly hilarious in 140 characters or less.

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