Timothée Chalamet swirled the internet with his new look on Sunday. He shared some glimpse of his striking Stella McCartney suit in a photoshoot for his new film Dune. The 25-year-old Call Me By Your Name star shared some photos of himself during his London Film Festival publicity event in which he highlighted his striking blue-and-vanilla patterned suit.
Dune star looked frisky in one photo posted to his Instagram Stories as he covered his face and flashed a peace sign while monopolizing an outdoor sofa. Chalamet completed the stylish look with white slip-on boots and wore his dark hair in a stylishly shaggy hairdo. Timothée’s fascinating suit featured a shirt in the same pattern, which he had untucked after lining up for photos with his co-stars including Zendaya and Jason Momoa.
Timothee has also shared a closeup of one pant leg to give his 13.9 million Instagram followers a better view of the unusual pattern. The closeup revealed the cotton suit had a faint seersucker pattern, but instead of the usual blue and white stripes, they were painted over with striking blue illustrations of mushrooms and other plants against a yellowish-white fabric. He tagged Stella McCartney in the snap and added mushroom and heart emojis.
After the photoshoot, Timothée and his co-stars attended a screening of Dune, which was followed by a cocktail reception thrown by director Cary Joji Fukunaga, who helmed the latest Bond film No Time To Die. Timothée was also spotted after the event wrapped up as he headed out into London.
Timothée stars in Dune as Paul Atreides, the successor to the noble family House Atreides, which is ruled by his father Leto Atreides (played by Oscar Isaac). After their family is given control of the desert planet Arrakis, the only source of a valuable substance known as spice, the Atreides are betrayed by another royal house, and Paul and his mother (played by Rebecca Ferguson) are forced to seek refuge with a desert-dwelling nomadic tribe, which Zendaya’s character Chani belongs to.
Timothée is currently at work in England shooting Wonka, a prequel to Roald Dahl’s Charlie And The Chocolate Factory in which he plays the eponymous candy maker. He has been seen on set in the character’s iconic hat and recognizable dandy outfit.