The handsome actor is here to break our hearts! Timothee Chalamet finally appeared on Cannes red carpet debut on Monday after long anticipation. His outfit was so glorious that it kept us stans satiated for the remaining week. There were a lot of other stars at the premiere of Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch” at the Cannes Film Festival. The streets near the Palais were shut down, the crowds were screaming and in a sea full of Black Suits at Cannes, Timothee Chalamet, in a silver suit, cut though the July heat to sign autographs and take selfies with fans, as he playfully stuck out his tongue.
While Timmy’s metallic tux definitely drew us in from afar, a closer glance at his accessories really made us weak in the knees.
Cannes Film Festival is not only a spontaneous combustion of the world’s biggest movie stars, but one where they come perfect with the fits and the glitz and the glamour. That tradition held steady at 2021’s festival as the cast of Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch” arrived on the red carpet in stunning, shining fashion. Wes Anderson’s regular collective of Hollywood prowess showed up in Cannes too with Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Adrien Brody, Owen Wilson, Benecio Del Toro along with young king Timothee Chalamet, who wore a metallic Tom Ford number that stopped us in our tracks.
Chalamet is a fashion chameleon, often wearing looks that feature streamlined silhouettes and monochrome styling with bursts of prints, colors, and textures. Also, who could forget the quirky and trendy inclusions of pieces like a sparkling harness, Swarovski-embellished hoodie, or an Eiffel Tower keychain? The Call Me By Your Name actor makes statements in bold looks from top labels like Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Prada, and Haider Ackermann, which are to name a few, as well as cult-favourite brands like Sterling Ruby.
Chalamet’s bold style has made him a fixture on the fashion scene. Fans are already speculating what he’ll wear as a co-chair of the 2021 Met Gala later this fall.
At the Cannes Film Festival premiere of The French Dispatch, the upcoming Wes Anderson oddity that places worthy New Yorker journalists on the twee edges of a dreamy Mittleleuropa, Chalamet was a reminder of just how fun these red carpets can be. In Tom Ford, and in a horde of Cartier that was more than the combined GDP of several northern countries, the 25-year-old went in.