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Paloma Faith Borrows Some Style Game From Pharrell Williams In London!

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Does Paloma Faith pull off the hat Pharrell Williams made famous as well as he does??

We KNEW this giant hat thing would catch on eventually!

While Pharrell Williams has singlehandedly kept Vivienne Westwood's giant hat alive and well-used over the past several months, there haven't been too many celebrities who've sported the same head piece.

Until now!!

The wonderfully talented Paloma Faith stopped by The BBC Radio 2 Studios in London on Friday, and totally elevated (both literally and figuratively) her street style look with a maroon version of Pharrell's notorious hat!

We think the hat looks ultra-fab on the British singer, even though the rest of her outfit was fairly lackluster.

Do U agree??

[Image via Pacific Coast News/WENN.]

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2 comments to “Paloma Faith Borrows Some Style Game From Pharrell Williams In London!”

  1. Itzel says – reply to this


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    Don't be taking Pharrell's style!



  2. 2

    The pink hat is hot and I love Paloma's music.

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