Bertrand Rindoff Petroff

The super-producer will flex his creative muscles for the iconic brand.

Jan, 05, 2017

This article originally appeared on Instyle.com.

Pharrell's making great strides in the modeling sphere. After making his first-ever runway debut (at Chanel's Metiers d'Art show, no less, clad in tweed, double Cs, and questionable headwear that launched a debate at InStyle's HQ), he has gone and landed himself the designer gig to end all designer gigs: the honor of fronting Chanel's new Gabrielle handbag campaign.

But of course he isn't the only one—Karl Lagerfeld tapped three other stars (and longtime Chanel reps) for a celebrity-fueled power quad: Kristen Stewart (who's starred in Chanel campaigns since 2013), Cara Delevingne (forever muse), and Caroline de Maigret (French girl style icon-slash-Chanel brand ambassador).

Together, the foursome will showcase the beauty and versatility of Gabrielle (the design was presented at the brand's spring/summer 2017 ready-to-wear show), a bag that pays homage to its founder: it boasts the same elegant design codes that exist among all Chanel bags, its rigid base makes it durable and strong, and it hugs the silhouette (a nod to comfort being a main priority for Coco Chanel). Another unique feature: Its double-chain strap can be worn over the shoulder, across the body, or both at the same time.

The ad won't be unveiled until April, and we can hardly wait.