Pharrell Williams' hat contains inexhaustible depths of pop-culture amusement.
The producer-singer's original idiosyncratic headwear -- a brown Vivienne Westwood number made famous at this year's Grammys -- was recently bought by the fast-food chain Arby's, whose logo bears a striking resemblance to it.
But it resurfaced at this year's
While he first turned heads on the red carpet for wearing a contrarian Lanvin tuxedo-and-shorts combo, it wouldn't be a pop-culture event without keeping the prior meme alive. While he had a new, darker edition of the towering ranger cap for his performance (which comes on the heels of his new album, "G I R L"), the old one earned another clandestine photo op.