US rapper Pharrell Williams bashed for wearing Tiffany's 'copy' of 17th-century rare Mughal sunglasses

American rapper Pharrell Williams after designing shoes with Adidas Originals for multiple seasons entered the jewellery space by collaborating with Tiffany & Co, the luxury jewellery brand.

But the singer faced massive backlash after netizens noticed him wearing a pair of custom-designed Tiffany & Co glittering diamond and emerald sunglasses. They called him out for wearing a copy of a set of rare Mughal spectacles.

When Tiffany posted Pharrell's picture wearing the "custom-designed" sunglasses in 18k gold featuring "61 round brilliant diamonds of over 25 total carats and two emerald-cut emeralds".on its official Instagram page.

In no time, the post was bombarded with sharp comments calling out the brand and the musician for blatantly copying the rare Mughal spectacles. The Indian fashion watchdog,Diet Sabya, wrote in the comments section, "THE SHEER AUDACITY TO COPY THIS MUGHAL PIECE." One of the users wrote, "‘custom-designed’ or custom-copied??"

The Indian fashion watchdog,Diet Sabya, wrote in the comments section, "THE SHEER AUDACITY TO COPY THIS MUGHAL PIECE." One of the users wrote, "‘custom-designed’ or custom-copied??".

On Sunday, Kenzo unveiled the debut collection of its first Japanese designer, Nigo. Apart from Kanye West and Julia Fox, Pharrell Williams also marked his presence at the event

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