The New Pharrell and Timberland Shoe Collection is Made from Recycled Plastic

By: Katherine Pendrill - Jun 7, 2015
References: timberland & magazine.good.is
Superstar duo Timberland and Pharrell Williams have teamed up on a new sustainable shoe collaboration that features a buzz-worthy pair of bee-inspired boots. One of the boots in the collection feature a fun honeycomb pattern, while the other is designed to look like blades of grass. The designs are meant to complement one another in that they are "inspired by nature and the lives of the bees outside the hive."

Not only are the boots inspired by the great outdoors, but nature has even influenced the way in which the collection is made. The boots are produced using a durable textile called Bionic Canvas, which contains 50 percent organic cotton and 38 percent recycled plastic bottles.

So far the eco-friendly boots have been a major hit with celebrities including Beyoncé, who sported the honeycomb kicks in her new 'Feeling Myself' music video. With so much buzz around these bee-inspired boots, you might want to get your hands on your own pair before they're gone.