Pharrell Williams' small frame allows him to experiment with his personal style and look amazing in everything, according to celebrity stylist June Ambrose.
Pharrell Williams can take fashion risks because he is so ''tiny'', according to stylist June Ambrose.
The celebrity stylist - who has worked with Jay-Z and Mary J. Blige - is a fan of the 'Happy' singer's bold choices on the red carpet and claims his slim 5 ft 9 frame means he can get away with anything.
June is especially impressed the remake of an 80s Vivienne Westwood Buffalo hat Pharrell wore to the Grammy Awards has become such an iconic piece, with the star auctioning off the headgear to benefit his From One Hand To AnOTHER charity last month.
June said in an interview with E! News: ''I am a lid-loving girl but my nine year old was wearing that hat to fashion week months before! I've been a huge fan of Vivienne Westwood for years now. It was exciting to see. I think if anyone can pull it off, it's him.
''He has such a great language and expression when it comes to fashion and how he interprets it to his own personal style. It's nice to see and refreshing. He can wear lots of things I could not put my other clients in because he is tiny.
''You look at his little body and you're like, 'Of course he can pull it off!' I also loved that the hat was so massive because as a little person myself, I tend to do things super big, as well.''
Pharrell also made a statement at the Oscars earlier this month when he arrived at the prestigious ceremony wearing shorts.
He laughed: ''I can't take the credit for it. It's Lanvin! It's a whole Lanvin suit.''
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