Cliff Lipson/CBS During last year’s Grammy Awards, Pharrell Williams made headlines for his Vivienne Westwood-designed hat, which sparked various memes all over social media. Now, according to Billboard, fans will finally have a chance to see the hat in person.
Starting January 15, which is coincidentally National Hat Day, the famous hat will be on display at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles. The exhibit will help celebrate the “Grammy Effect,” the official theme of this year’s ceremony on February 8. The hat will be on display through March 15
The stylish hat currently belongs to Arby’s, whose logo the hat resembles. The restaurant chain bought the hat for $44,100 when the hitmaker auctioned it on eBay last year to generate proceeds for Pharrell’s charity organization, From One Hand to Another.
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