1. The "Skateboard P" Stage
Era Of Prominence: 2001-2002
Pharrell's style stood out from the jump. While the standard hip-hop uniform was baggy jeans, throwbacks, du-rags, and Jordans, he was rocking skate style before anyone else. At any point and time you could see him wearing tees from brands including Independent and Shortys, a custome N.E.R.D. trucker cap, baggy jeans, and a pair of Nike Dunks. This was a little over a decade ago, but now everyone seems to have caught up to his skate-inspired style.