Following a sneak peek at its latest Timberland boot collaboration, BBC Bee Line has released more details on the upcoming release.

Inspired by the fashion of the Harlem Renaissance, specifically the style of jazz singer Cab Calloway, the 6-inch boot is a contemporary interpretation of classic 1920s footwear. Pharrell described the design as “the ambitious love child of a wingtip and construction boot” as it features perforation details and old-school wingtip paneling.

For the first time ever, the brands are introducing a women’s style that will be available in solid navy and black-and-white colorways; while the men’s silhouette will be available in solid black and solid navy. Each boot will also come with a special Bee Line embroidered hangtag, along with three lace options: solid black, black/white, and the traditional Timberland yellow/brown.

These limited-edition joints will officially drop Nov. 7 at the Billionaire Boys Club NYC flagship and e-commerce site, as well as select Timberland stores. The price will be $300 for men’s styles, and $250 for women’s.