Pharrell Williams covers WSJ. Magazine

Pharrell Williams covers WSJ. Magazine

Shot by Peter Lindbergh

Image: WSJ

The ‘Happy’ chappy graces The Wall Street Journal‘s non-newspaper title for its Autumn/Winter 14 mens September issue

Shot by photographer extraordinaire Peter Lindbergh, Williams is pictured through a black and white lens rocking the new season's pieces from Adidas, Dior Homme, Lanvin, Bally, Comme des Garçons and Church's. 

Writer Robert Haskell explores the meteoric rise of the N.E.R.D producer turned global superstar for the cover story. In the interview, William refers to the now famous TV cry he had with Oprah Winfrey: "that was heavy" he tells Haskell, "I think I was just feeling really humbled," he continued. "People hoisted my music to a place it had never been before. It's like, life is a mosaic, and my song is one little piece. All those other pieces are all those people's reactions to it." 

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