Continuing his fight against plastic waste pollution that's plaguing our oceans, Pharrell Williams has reunited with G-Star Raw and Bionic Yarn to deliver their third eco-friendly “Raw for the Oceans” collection.
You may recall earlier this year when Pharrell starred in an i-D documentary called The Plastic Age, which was intended to raise awareness about this crisis, as well as shed some light on fashion’s role in solving it.
Throughout the video, we learn some disturbing facts about plastic waste pollution and how it can have drastic effects on not only aquatic life but our own. This is why Pharrell, an ambassador for Parely for the Oceans, has helped design a clothing line made from recycled plastic waste that washed up on our coastlines.
Just like the previous two releases, this collection was a collaborative effort between G-Star Raw, Parley for the Oceans, and Bionic Yarn, a New York-based company that creates textiles out of recycled fibers.
The Fall/Winter 2015 collection is comprised of pretty wearable items, including a patch denim jacket, a double-breasted coat, a few graphic crew necks, and some nice jeans. The best part of this collection, however, is the Pharrell-designed Occotis HDD Bomber, which features a face mask that looks like something a scuba diver would wear.
Take a look below to see the Fall/Winter 2015 collection, modeled by Pharrell. You can shop the brand’s current offerings at the “Raw for the Oceans” online store.