After the “Happy” producer took the thing out for a spin at the Grammys on January 26 — let me remind you that this was almost six months ago — the forest-ranger-like gallon hat instantly became an Internet meme. But now it’s June, and the wide-brimmed accessory is still a thing. Is P’s trend turning into a classic look?
According to Ed Sheeran, who posted a pic with the hat on Saturday (June 21), it’s still in style. Let’s take a look at the other celebs who have observed the power of the hat in the past.
“I stole’d a hat,” Sheeran Instagrammed. As a producer on X, Skateboard P helped Sheeran out with songs like “Sing.” And this is how you repay him, Ed? Seriously though, Sheeran interviewed Pharrell at Summertime Ball in London today, so it’s all good.
The 5 Seconds of Summer drummer tweeted his “Pharrell game” backstage at Summertime Ball.
Pharrell game strong pic.twitter.com/jeysIAiHWC
— Ashton Irwin (@Ashton5SOS) June 21, 2014
“Gone for a Pharrell tonight,” One Direction singer Liam Payne said on Friday night. Although it may not be Pharrell’s exact hat, I can appreciate the homage.
Hilary was feeling the style too, but took on a few more hats to impress her 2-year-old son Luca. She wrote on Friday, “Apparently my one hat wasn’t cutting it for Luca today. @pharrell vibes.”
Why is everyone stealing this thing? Can’t you just ask? “Pharrell forgot his hat! Its mine now! #finderskeepers #takeitback #unapologeticbitch,” Madonna wrote earlier this month.
After an interview with Oprah, P lent his hat to the talk-show maven for a quick snap.
Especially when you’re “straight flexing with your homies,” you need to accessorize.
Even felines have to get fashionable sometimes. At the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in April, the Internet-famous cat was carried onto the red carpet copping P’s style.
As the competition escalated on “The Voice” this season, Coach Blake tried to out-Pharrell Pharrell. Successful?
— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) June 20, 2014
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