Having a style icon with few to no misses in the sartorial department is a rare thing. Timothée Chalamet is arguably that unicorn and with the guy making movies faster than we can watch them, he keeps serving looks that make even the most safe-playing dressers get a little more adventurous. Here are some of the best.
When in London, do as the dapper guys do. Kind of a suit, kind of not; Timmy nails easy-formal dressing in soft pink cord co-ords, a classic white trainer and a pop of colour with the mustard socks. And he couldn’t be happier about it. If you haven’t got pink trousers to match, try an ecru or white tone to keep it light and since this look is focused on fit, keep the cuts loose.
Back to his French roots in Paris, this I-just-rolled-out-of-bed look is cool and easy to wear while still looking expensive from top to toe. Everything in this look is casual but the styling makes it look well thought-out. Tuck the hems of your trousers into your shoes (with a sloppily-rolled cuff if you need to) and wear them low on the hips. Size up for extra bagginess. Clean and tousled hair is the final step.
There’s no other actor who could take this Dr. Evil look and make it fashion. This one is all about how you wear it and it’s made of pieces that can all be worn as separates. Layer the grey collarless shirt over a teal tee for a pop of colour (or, really, whichever colour you choose), buttoning only the first three buttons. Then, pair slim grey trousers with classic biker boots.
Leave the jacket at home for this take on the two-piece suit. Timothée has gone all in on pin stripes but the look can be replicated with any suit trousers and waistcoat combo. Toughen it up by leaving the tie at home, adding a pocket chain, and donning some biker boots.