Timothée Chalamet in the front page, here, of the October 2022 issue of “British Vogue”.
PEOPLE- Timothée Chalamet masters the art of styling. On the long, very long list of extravagant looks he has appeared in on various red carpets (the latest being a stunning bare back at the Venice Film Festival), we now have to rely on a series of photos published in the new issue of the British vogueunveiled this Thursday, September 15.
And for good reason, the star of Dunes is transformed there. On one of them, he sports a very rock’n’roll fringed leather vest and, above all, a pink mullet which gives him a glam rock side à la David Bowie.
Long hair, a bandana tied on her forehead and a pensive look: all she needs is a guitar in her hands in this second shot.
Same story for the following photos. Timothée Chalamet wears an androgynous look, like here, with a Mugler biker jacket, Isabel Marant leather overalls, tight Miu Miu pants, but also a big pair of Prada boots and a very small falsely kitsch t-shirt that falls at the height of the navel.
These photos, we owe them to the photographer of vogue Steven Meisel, a well-known name in the world of people. Madonna’s friend notably photographed all the supermodels and even Marion Cotillard. The photos accompany an interview with the 26-year-old Franco-American actor, the first man in the history of British Vogue to appear solo on the cover of the prestigious British fashion magazine founded in 1916.
Timothée Chalamet, an evidence
” I still have I was aware that Vogue had to be a space to celebrate women first and foremost, and I didn’t want [la couverture de Timothée Chalamet] seems like a set up or a statementblows the editor of the title, Edward Enninful, in a editorial. Do men need more places to dazzle? I wondered. The answer, of course, is no. But now, he has the feeling that something has to be done, to degender the clothes.
” Is every piece of your wardrobe strictly designed for the gender you identify with? I doubthe continues. These days, gender and fashion are no longer about va-va-voom, but about self-expression and personal ease. It’s about politics and playfulness. It’s about dressing to feel good. So a man on the cover? Maybe I was waiting to find the right one. »
Timothée Chalamet, whose film career has gained considerable momentum since the success of Call Me By Your Name in 2017, came to Edward Enninful as a no-brainer. He is a fashion enthusiast, he has inspired many trends. He likes to play with the codes of masculinity, while ” remaining himself », Estimates the boss of the British Vogue.
Finally, Timothée Chalamet has, to date, never posed for the advertising campaign of a major brand, except for the range of sweatshirts he developed with stylist Haider Ackermann. A capsule whose proceeds have been entirely donated to a humanitarian organization aimed at helping women in Afghanistan.
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