Timothée Chalamet looks ravishing in red.
The “Call Me By Your Name” actor was the talk of the red carpet at the Friday 2022 premiere of “Bones and All” at the Venice Film Festival, where he showed up in a modified Haider Ackermann outfit consisting of a form-fitting crimson. trousers and a matching backless halter top artfully tied at the neck.
Social media had a field day with Chalamet’s latest fashion moment, with one fan tweet“Take a moment to pause and appreciate what Timothee Chalamet is doing for the people. damn. He is missed on a carpet.”
sprung another of the 26-year-old’s daring designers, “timothée chalamet woke up and decided to end us all.”
Other fans praised the “sluttification” of the “Dune” star’s style, who often pushes fashion boundaries – bedazzled armor and Met Gala sweatpants, anyone? — but has evolved into a little more skin tone lately.
“Timothee SLUTAMET ate everyone”, a devotee joked.
At the crazier end of the spectrum, Chalamet’s back-baring ‘fit’ deserved more than a few comparisons with mr. tumnusJames McAvoy’s shirtless, scarf-wearing faun character from the 2005 film adaptation of CS Lewis’ “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.”
The “Lady Bird” favorite is one of a growing number of Hollywood actors embracing gender-fluid dressing; Harry Styles, Billy Porter, Lil Nas X and A$AP Rocky are among the famous men who have proudly worn skirts, dresses and other traditionally feminine fashion products.
Chalamet’s adapted look for the Italian film festival seems to be somewhat based on Haider Ackermann’s spring 2018 collection, which is modeled entirely by women.
“I like that he breaks certain stereotypes and creates his own style”, another fan enthusiastic.