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Pharrell Williams’s Grammy's Hat For Sale; Lena Dunham Responds to Altered Vogue Photos

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Pharrell Williams’s Grammy's Hat for Sale: The Twitter-sphere exploded when Pharrell took the stage at this year’s Grammy Awards in a Vivienne Westwood hat that was vaguely reminiscent of the Arby’s franchise logo. Now, the outrageous accessory could be yours. Purchased by Williams in 2009, the hat is a remake of the one seen in Vivienne Westwood’s 1982 'Buffalo Girls' collection. The hat appeared on eBay Thursday night after the music artist tweeted, “I’m auctioning off my hat from the Grammys to benefit From One Hand to another… #PharrellsHat.” The auction started at $200—the original price of the hat—but has already passed $10,000. [Vogue UK]

Lena Dunham Responds to Altered Vogue Photos: Following Jezebel’s acquisition of untouched photos from Lena Dunham’s Vogue spread for $10,000, the Girls creator and actress is finally speaking out. Dunham told Grantland in an hour-long interview that the feminist website “made such a monumental error in their approach to feminism.” She admitted that she was “kind of scared” to view the photos that Jezebel had received, but went on to say that she was relieved to find “it was the most minimal retouching." "I felt completely respected by Vogue,” Dunham said. [The Telegraph]

Dior Reveals Jennifer Lawrence's Latest Campaign: Earlier this month, it was rumored that the award-winning actress was in talks with Parisian fashion house Dior for a major project—one that would bring the American Hustle star a big paycheck. On Friday, it was confirmed that the “project” was Lawrence’s return as the face of the label. Lawrence, who was photographed for the latest campaign by Patrick Demarchelier, is no stranger to Dior—this is her third time starring in an ad for the brand, which will make it's U.S. debut in the April issue of Vanity Fair. [WWD]