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May 20, 2019 1 min read

We saw the recent Chanel Pharrell collaboration and now Lil Uzi Vert takes the reins for the legendary private French fashion house. Although there isn't an official collaboration with Chanel and Uzi Vert, he did a nice job putting the latest Pharrell Williams x Chanel pieces together for his outfit on Instagram. 

Take a look the full-breakdown from VOGUE: The full-look Chanel outfit Uzi posted to Instagram today, however, finds him expressing more than just brand loyalty. At first, Uzi seems to be simply enjoying a few scoops of ice cream in a royal blue hoodie and some colorful Chanel loafers. Then, he draws your attention to his black Chanel belt; and last but not least, Uzi poses with a plush purple Chanel bag in hand, wearing a T-shirt from Pharrell’s collaboration with the house.


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