Pharrell Williams is putting his infamous Grammy hat to better use. The 40-year-old musician took to Twitter to announce that he is going to be auctioning the famous Vivienne Westwood accessory for a charity organization.
It was the accessory that raised eyebrows at the 2014 Grammys. Pharrell Williams sent waves across the internet when the usually fashion-forward star donned a ranger-style hat at the Jan. 26 awards ceremony. The get-up, which inspired many, many memes, is now being auctioned off for his charity From One Hand To Another.
Pharrell Auctioning His Famous Grammy Hat For Children’s Charity
Instead of starting another “roast beef” with fast food restaurant Arby’s, Pharrell has decided to put his famous Grammy hat to good use instead. The “Happy” hitmaker decided to auction off his most famous accessory and donate all proceeds to his charity, From One Hand To Another. Though the fashion police may not approve of his hat, it seems as though many of Pharrell’s fans actually liked the head gear. The massive Vivienne Westwood accessory was originally priced at $200, but was later priced at a whopping $10,000 dollars before bidding even closed!
Proceeds From Pharrell’s Hat Auction Will Go To Charity
Pharrell took to Twitter to explain to his followers that all proceeds will be going to From One Hand To Another which is near and dear to his heart. He even sent out a hilarious tweet to Arby’s letting them know that this auction would be their only chance to get their hat back. So funny!
— Pharrell Williams (@Pharrell) February 21, 2014
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