Pharrell Williams and Joan Collins are among the lid-loving celebrities set to be inducted into the Headwear Hall of Fame in 2015.
Now in its seventh year, the Hall of Fame was created by the Headwear Assn., a 105-year-old trade group whose stated mission is "to promote hats and the headwear industry throughout the world, and to foster goodwill and fellowship among those engaged in the headwear industry."
It's the second time Williams has been singled out for his millinery by the organization that crowned him "2014 Hat Person of the Year" in February. (If they have one more award to bestow on him, we'd feel compelled to point out it would be a genuine hat-related "hat trick.")
Other high-profile hat wearers to be inducted in a ceremony early next year include country crooner Tim McGraw, singer Alicia Keyes, model Cara Delevigne and actor Sean Connery.
The class of 2015 will be joining 36 others in the hallowed halls of headgear fame, including last year's inductees Bruno Mars, Queen Elizabeth II, Diane Keaton, Elton John, Sophia Loren and Spike Lee.