Billionaire Boys Club Joins N.E.R.D for Japan-Exclusive T-shirts

Limited edition BBC, N.E.R.D & Ice Cream logo prints.

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After delivering exclusive merch to the retailer’s New York and London stores, Billionaire Boys Club rejoins N.E.R.D for a Japan-only T-shirt drop. Following the premium take on revived Ice Cream designs, each shirt boasts detailing in deference to N.E.R.D. and BBC’s past.

Six tees have arrived in the Land of the Rising Sun, executed across white or black shirts. Available in contrasting shades of white and black or bright yellow, the graphics range from the N.E.R.D brain logo designed by Shepard Fairey to the Ice Cream logo, each complemented by referential text. Prints range from “NO ONE EVER DIES” to “I.C.E.C.R.E.A.M” and “C.R.E.W,” all complemented by the standard BBC tag at the edge of the left sleeve.

For now, the exclusive goods are available via BBC’s Japanese web store and the local stores.

Most recently, Pharrell joined the cast of The Grinch as the film’s narrator.

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Billionaire Boys Club x N.E.R.D. Japan-Exclusive Tees

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