Williams will host a panel event at the Selfridges Cinema to discuss the brand’s environmental vision for the future on 26 November
Williams originally launched his skin care line in November 2020
Guests included rapper Skepta, British musician Central Cee, singer-songwriter Jorja Smith and make-up artist Isamaya Ffrench.
On Saturday 26 November, Williams will also host a panel event at the Selfridges Cinema to discuss the brand’s environmental vision for the future.
The talk will feature Elena Jones, Humanrace Chief Dermatologist, as well as brand co-founders Rachel Muscat and Edward Robinson.
“Pharrell has been leading the way for sustainable best practice in product development for more than a decade,” said Andrew Keith, Selfridges Managing Director.
“Through a unique launch partnership, Humanrace and Selfridges will come together to explore shared ideas around circularity, wellbeing and inclusivity, helping customers to live a brighter and more sustainable future.”
Williams originally launched his skin care line in November 2020.
The three-piece genderless set included a cleanser, exfoliant and moisturiser.
In July, Williams launched a new mineral sun care range, and used the launch as a platform to discuss misconceptions of sunscreen use for people of colour.
Dr Jones, who is also Pharrell’s Dermatologist, worked with the hip hop star to develop the range.
The Ozone Face Protection Daily Moisturizer and Ozone Body Protection Cream are SPF30 and have been formulated with non-nano zinc oxide and snow mushroom extract.