Diddy Threw a Party and All the Men Wore Wide-Brimmed Hats

Thanks, Pharrell.

Diddy with Naomi Campbell
Just two besties giggling about all the great hats. Diddy is wearing a black homburg style here. (Photo by BFA)
Kenny Burns
This is a guy whose Thursday night was more fun than yours. A homburg like Diddy's, in navy blue. (Photo via BFA)
Swizz Beatz
Lovez Hatz. This gent gets the price for best overall outfit. This is a great example of hat-shirt-jacket synergy. (Photo via BFA)
Josh Taekman with Heather Thomson
Army green hats: not just for Eagle Scouts anymore. (Photo via BFA)
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Brandon Davis
Adding a brimmed hat to flannel-and-leather feels like mixing genres, but Mr. Davis still looks pretty cool. (Photo via BFA)

Ever since Pharrell’s Hat Heard ‘Round the World, we’ve been noticing more and more wide-brimmed hats on the red carpet and at events.

Last night, Diddy had a party to celebrate his new Deleon tequila at Cedar Lake in New York City, and the Hat Brigade was out in full force. Swizz Beatz, Kenny Burns, the party host and others showed up with old-school, wide-brimmed hats. When is the last time this many men at a party were donning fedoras, 1965? Not counting gatherings of hat-happy redditors, of course.

Click through the slideshow to see how each guy paired his hat with the rest of his look.

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