Take me out to the ballgame! Pharrell Williams and his son, Rocket, threw out the first pitch at the Yankees game on August 22.
Pharrell Williams, 49, and his son, Rocket, 13, made a rare appearance at the Yankees game on August 22, as they threw out the first pitch. The pitch was in celebration of Pharrell’s clothing brand, Billionaire Boys Club, which launched a rare collaboration with the iconic New York Yankees on August 22. And the “Happy” singer looked thrilled to be celebrating the collab right there on the field!
And of course, Pharrell and Rocket put their best pitch forward to Yankees pitcher Luis Severino, 28. While they pitched, the father and son duo wore the clothing brand’s new collaboration, as it perfectly suited the occasion. The father-of-four wore the Yankee blue NEW YORK YANKEES X BBC OG NYC SS TEE paired with blue shorts and fresh white kicks, while Rocket wore the brand’s blue sweatshirt along with grey shorts and a pair of black sneakers. The Williams family is looking so stylish!
Pharrell’s brand is taking the clothing line “From the stadium to the streets” and bringing the iconic New York Yankees style to all. While the clothing collaboration launched on the brand’s US website and US flagship stores on August 22, it will also launch at the global flagship stores in London, Tokyo, Taiwan, and Hong Kong on September 1.