Timothée Chalamet once again proved that he is a true fashion icon as he stole the spotlight with his impeccable style at the Wonka premiere in Paris on Friday. The 27-year-old actor is playing the lead role in the upcoming movie.
🎬🌟 Actor Timothée Chalamet turned heads at the Paris premiere of "Wonka" in a metallic sheer top by Tom Ford, paired with sleek black pants and loafers. Co-star Hugh Grant looked sharp in a black velvet suit. Chalamet's fashion choices are always daring and bold! #Wonka… pic.twitter.com/NcMi6kdDKn
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Timothee Chalamet wore a sleeveless metallic top
The ‘Dune’ actor graced the red carpet in a mesmerizing sleeveless metallic sheer top, creating a striking presence. Collaborating with co-star Hugh Grant, Chalamet showcased a light pink beaded top with intricate embroidered loops, flawlessly paired with Tom Ford’s black silk tailored pants and sophisticated black loafers.
The actor kept the rest of the outfit minimal, eschewing accessories and allowing the top to make a statement alone. Grant, on the other hand, exuded sophistication in a black velvet suit and a crisp white shirt.
Chalamet turned heads in a pink velvet suit
Following his London premiere appearance, Chalamet continued to make fashion waves in Paris. Earlier this week, the actor turned heads in a remarkable ensemble by Tom Ford.
He opted for a shirtless look beneath a pink velvet suit from the label’s Spring/Summer 2024 womenswear collection. Enhancing his style, Chalamet adorned a custom Cartier necklace with a white gold base embellished with nearly 1,000 precious stones, as reported by British Vogue.
Timothee Chalamet attends the World Premiere of #Wonka in a pink velvet suit by Tom Ford.
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How did Chalamet prepare for the role?
During the London premiere, Chalamet shared insights with people about the challenge of embracing a more relaxed approach in his role. “II realized everything I’ve worked on [has had a] grounded seriousness to it, and here I had to loosen up and play, kind of like I did in high school, but I hadn’t done in 10 years or something,” he revealed during a conversation with a group of reporters. “That was the learning curve. But once it was in full swing, then it felt like we were cookin.'”