Somehow on Jan. 26, 2014, Pharrell was able to outshine almost everyone at the Grammy’s with just the tip of a hat. Literally.
His infamously oversized Vivienne Westwood mountain hat (think Smokey the Bear) tickled the masses during the award show ceremonies and in the months thereafter, when he rocked different versions of the hat on several red carpets. Skateboard P eventually put the original hat up for auction on Ebay so that all proceeds would go to his charity, his From One Hand To AnOTHER. Arby’s, the sandwich chain company whose logo the hat bears a striking resemblance to, ended up taking the hat home.
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Starting today (Jan. 15)—which is coincidentally National Hat Day—Arby’s is loaning the hat to the Grammy Museum to celebrate the “Grammy Effect,” the theme of this year’s award ceremony. The museum headliner will be on display until March 15. If you’re in L.A., flock to see Pharrell’s favorite accessory before it’s gone.
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