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Pharrell and Timberland Turn Recycled Plastic Into Bee-Inspired Boots

The nature-friendly summer kicks have even been endorsed by the Queen Beyhive herself, Beyonce.

Just in time for summer, a buzzy new collaboration from Timberland and Pharrell Williams that’s also good news for nature’s tiniest friends. The boots, patterned to look like honeycombs and blades of grass, are produced with Bionic Canvas, a unique textile made from Bionic Yarn, a product co-created by Williams that utilizes organic cotton and recycled plastic bottles to produce a sustainable material. So far the boots have been a huge hit with trendsetters, including Beyoncé, who wore the shoes in her recent “Feeling Myself” music video with Nicki Minaj. Bee and Bey-friendly? We might just be feeling these kicks ourselves.

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Pharrell Williams is Making Garbage Look Good

“RAW for the Oceans” pairs Pharrell’s sense of style with cutting-edge recycling techniques to create eco-friendly fashion.

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As an award winning producer and musician, Pharrell Williams works with some of the most talented artists in the entire music industry. As a fashion designer, though, Pharrell Williams works with garbage. Not high-fashion facsimiles of garbage, like Louis Vuitton’s two thousand dollar trash bag-esque purses.

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10 Things You Forgot To Be Thankful For

Coffee, Millennials, Nickleback … here’s why you should be giving thanks for these seemingly random things, and more

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1. Opposable thumbs

Behold the humble thumb, tacked on to the end of your hand like an afterthought. You may not realize how much you need that stubby meat tube but it’s exactly the thing that divides us from our greatest enemies: new world monkeys.

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