Weeks ago we received a teaser of Pharrell's upcoming collaboration with Billionaire Boys Club and adidas on the iconic Stan Smith. The shoes are apparently releasing tomorrow, and we now have a more detailed look at the pair.

Unofficially dubbed "Diamonds & Dollar Signs," we find the Stan Smiths optioned in black and cream colorways. Highlighted by pony hair uppers, diamond and dollar sign graphics can be seen in contrasting colors enveloping each shoe. The black pair welcomes a translucent blue midsole, while the cream notes a red one. Additionally, contrasting BBC branding takes over the heels on each edition. Both color options come equipped with three sets of laces of matching laces.

Look for Pharrell's new BBC x adidas Stan Smiths to arrive tomorrow at select brand providers such as Sneakersnstuff.

[UPDATE] It looks like the sneaker won't actually be dropping today. Stay tuned for further information.

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