Emily Ratajkowski's Jacquemus Straw Hat Stole the Show in Greece

It's bigger than her pants. And her shirt.

This summer, there's a straw hat taking over Instagram and you've likely seen. It's so big, you can't really miss it. Designed by Simon Porte Jacquemus, the "Le Grand Chapeau Bomba" straw hat measures 22.5 inches in circumference while the brim measures 12.75 inches. It's become that outrageous, iconic piece that's not only easily recognizable, but sought-after by fashion girls looking to take a picture for the 'gram.

Bella Hadid's worn it on the beach (with just a thong might I add), Danish actress Emma Rosenzweig wore it in lieu of a veil on her wedding day, and, now, Emily Ratajkowski's hopped on the trend. The 26-year-old star is in Mykonos, Greece for vacation and packed her Jacquemus straw hat for her travels.

Though her's appeared a little smaller in size to the "Le Grand" style, it was still an oversize fit, extending past her shoulders. It also required two hands to keep the brim from flopping over. Ratajkowski styled her hat with a bustier stripe top, Re/Done denim cutoff shorts, and sneakers. Though I'm not quite sure how or where she managed to fit that into her suitcase, there's one thing I know for sure: I want it.

If you're looking for the ultimate vacation accessory, you can buy the extra large Jacquemus straw hat for $697.

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Marina Liao is the former fashion news editor at Marie Claire, where she covered celebrity style (from Meghan Markle to Katie Holmes), fashion trends, and shopping advice, plus conducted original interviews with industry insiders. She's now the Senior Commerce Editor at House Beautiful, where she owns coverage on deals and sales across home decor and accessories, in-depth product reviews on furniture and appliances, as well as news around new product launches since 2023. With help from leading designers and tastemakers, Marina spotlights quality products while tracking current design trends, a skill she’s mastered over six years in fashion media. Marina holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Stony Brook University, beginning her career in narrative-driven commerce coverage as an editorial assistant at PopSugar.