Pharrell Williams x COMME des GARÇONS Parfum “G I R L” perfume


Pharrell Williams teams up with COMME des GARÇONS Parfum to create his own signature unisex fragrance unsurprisingly called G I R L.

Pharrell is a busy boy at the moment, firing all guns since his album launch with collabs left right and centre. The latest one to be announced is this unisex fragrance with legendary perfume maker COMME des GARÇONS Parfum. According to the bottle, the fragrance is both “for girls and boys”. It’s no surprise that they’ve printed this on the front of the bottle seeing as Pharrell has named the perfume after his latest album.

The bottle has been designed by House and Holme of London, but looks suspiciously like a KAWS design. Wether or not he was involved, we don’t know, but it would be a strange move to commission KAWS to design the bottle and then not to use his name to help promote it. The fragrance has been created by Christian Astugevielle with Antoine Lie of Takasago, with an intro featuring neroli, lavender and white pepper, a middle riff featuring iris, styrax and violet, and an end featuring vetiver, patchouli, cedarwood and sandlewood.

This is the first perfume by Pharrell Williams, but if previous collaborative perfumes from COMME des GARÇONS Parfum are anything to go by (such as Monocle), there will most likely be more to follow.

The Pharrell Williams x COMME des GARÇONS Parfum “G I R L” perfume is available exclusively at Liberty and Dover Street Market with a price tag of £80 for 100ml.


Alex Synamatix

One of three co-founders at THE DAILY STREET, Alex is our Editor-in-Chief, overseeing all TDS activity. Outside of TDS, Alex is a respected creative in his own right, from art directing club nights (comm•une) to consulting for some of the largest global brands.

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  • LupeX

    Hey Alex, you forgot it’s Pharrell x Comme des Garcon x KAWS 😀 Dont forget to give the legendary street artist credit for his role in this collab. The bottle design is the best of any celeb frag out there!

  • Alex Synamatix

    I did mention it in the article, but there was no information to confirm this so I didn’t commit to it being fact. The bottle is credited to a London based design agency officially, although it appears they then commissioned KAWS to artwork it.