Billionaire Boys Club Series by Simone Holloway
Billionaire Boys Club Haul - March 2018
Billionaire Boys Club
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Pharrell Williams possesses a very distinct skill: the ability to create hit songs that sneak their way into your brain and stay there for a long time, whether you like it or not. The omnipresent "Happy" was 's best-selling song and the prolific musician wrote and produced Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines," which in spent 12 straight weeks at No. In all, Williams's music career has earned him 10 Grammys. But Williams has also managed to parlay his songwriting prowess into a successful business empire. In , he launched a sister brand, Billionaire Girls Club. But making clothes isn't cool unless you're saving the world too.
On the evening of June 4th the Manhattan hotspot 1 Oak was even more poppin' than usual. The V. With the expansion of the Billionaire Girls Club line, the exclusive Bee Line collection, and plans to expand into accessories, fragrance, and eyewear, the brand's future is looking rather lavish. Designer and creator Pharrell Williams has always been a tastemaker in music, fashion, and business, so it should really come as no surprise that his apparel brand is still in the game 10 years later. Billionaire Boys Club and its sister brand Icecream have exerted a profound influence on youth culture, individuality, and style for the past decade. From introducing the mainstream to eclectic swag, breaking into the members only skateboard world, and injecting streetwear into high fashion, Billionaire Boys Club has shattered all preset boundaries.
Its motto is: "Wealth is of the heart and mind, not the pocket. It was unveiled in Pharrell's "Frontin'" music video.
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The story of the Billionaire Boys Club and Icecream brands, as told by the people who built them.
The club enticed the sons of wealthy families from the Harvard School for Boys now Harvard-Westlake School in the Los Angeles area with get-rich-quick schemes. Given their inexperience and difficulty succeeding independently of their families, an organization like the BBC proved attractive to these young men. Due to the reputation of the organization for being composed of young, inexperienced men from moneyed families, it was jokingly referred to as the "Billionaire Boys' Club". In , Hunt was arrested for murdering Ron Levin, the group's main investor and himself a con artist, and Hedayat Eslaminia, the father of one of the club's members. The story was recounted in a miniseries and a film. The organization was run as a Ponzi scheme ,  and money contributed by investors was spent on supporting lavish lifestyles for young members of the club.