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January 15, 2015 03:00 PM

Pharrell Williams‘s hat has officially reached pop culture artifact status.

Just in time for National Hat Day, the Vivian Westwood hat Pharrell wore to the Grammys last January has been added to the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.

The hat that became an Internet sensation – even inspiring an adorable mini version worn by Grumpy Cat – was auctioned for Pharrell’s From One Hand to Another charity last February. Arby’s took home the 10 gallon hat for $44k.

Now, the fast food chain has put the Internet’s favorite headwear on loan to become a part of the museum’s tribute to this year’s Grammy theme, the “Grammy Effect.”

The “Grammy Effect” celebrates moments from the awards that became pop culture phenomenons, like Pharrell’s iconic hat.

Pharrell is up for multiple awards at this year’s 57th Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year for G I R L.

We’ll have to wait for the show to see if Pharrell can top his museum worthy headpiece.

The Grammys air on Feb. 8 at 8 p.m. on CBS.

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