Oscars 2014: Pharrell Wears Shorts, and Yes, They're on Twitter

 Pharrell Williams (L) and Helen Lasichanh arrive on the red carpet for the 86th Academy Awards on March 2nd, 2014 in Hollywood, California.

Oh Pharrell, how we heart thee. The music talent is known for turning heads with his wacky yet always cool style, as evident in the now infamous Vivienne Westwood mountie hat he wore to the GRAMMYs and, uh, beyond.

But the Oscar-nominated performer ditched the headgear on Sunday, instead opting to start a new style discussion with a Lanvin short tux.

"It's been so brilliant working with Pharrell because he loves clothes, he's fearless, he's fun," Lanvin designer Alber Elbaz told THR's Pret-a-Reporter in Paris on Friday. The performer also wore the French label to the Brit Awards on February 19 by way of a killer silver suit.

This media is not available on this platform.

Like the Pharrell's Hat meme that took the GRAMMYs by storm in mere minutes last January, the producer and singer -- who currently holds the No. 1 song on the Hot 100 with "Happy," itself an Oscar nominee for best song -- is already making waves over the Internet with his newest fashion choice on the red carpet, accompanied by wife Helen Lasichanh, who he married last October. That even includes a parody Twitter account, which was created moments after Pharrell's red carpet appearance.

Let the @PharrellShorts fun begin.

This article originally appeared on THR.com.

'Frozen' Ballad Wins Best Song
Idina Menzel Rocks 'Let It Go'
Jared Leto Wins Best Supporting Actor
U2's Performance Honors Mandela
Karen O Sings 'Her' Song With Vampire Weekend Frontman
Oscars 2014 Live Blog
Top 10 Oscars Music Performances
PHOTOS: Oscars Red Carpet & Show
Pharrell Sings 'Happy' At Oscars
P!nk's 'Wizard of Oz' Tribute
Oscars: Best Musician Tweets
Darlene Love Sings Through Speech
Oscar's Best Song Battle
Top 50 Movie Songs Ever


The Biz premium subscriber content has moved to Billboard.com/business.

To simplify subscriber access, we have temporarily disabled the password requirement.