Pharrell Gets “Girl” Trademarked for New Women’s Line and Music Releases
Pharrell is continuing to ride the wave of his gold-certified 2014 LP, Girl. The Adidas creative received approval to trademark the "Girl" logo just in time for International Women's Day (March 8) after filing for it back in November.
According to TMZ, the 44-year-old could implement "Girl By Pharrell Williams" and "Pharrell Williams Girl" as possible titles to women's gear ranging from luggage, cosmetics, jewelry, lingerie, clothing and athletic gear moving forward.
With multiple men's lines under his belt, it looks as if Pharrell could be tending to the ladies in the near future. The trademark doesn't just stick to apparel, as the legal motion will also reportedly cover recordings, online books, and other music-related digital media.
Skateboard P has kept busy recently, as the "Happy" artist experienced his first Holi Festival over in India to kick off March, which was documented by Adidas (March 2).
The N.E.R.D. artist has another hit on his hands producing "Stir Fry" for the Migos (Dec. 20), which helped power their Culture II to land at No. 1. The track currently sits at No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and has rocked the charts for 10 weeks.
Let's see what Pharrell has in store for the rest of 2018.
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