Timothée Chalamet into sci-fi for Vogue Plus China.
What a year Timothée Chalamet is having.
Co-host of the MET Gala alongside Rihanna, one of the most popular names at international film festivals with Dune, The French Dispatch, and Don't Look Up, now, he's on the cover of Vogue Plus China.
The actor seems to have finally achieved his own sci-fi epic and we're not just talking about the leather armor of hero Paul Atreides, his character in Denis Villeneuve's movie.
The functionality and boldness of these pieces seem stronger than ever, showing a true fusion between striking costumes and reality.
DONDA, by Yeezy, and Dune are examples of how the search for authentic personas goes beyond screens and shows, transforming the style culture.
On the magazine's early October cover, Chalamet wears a cowboy leather vest by DIDU, a brand supported by no one other than Grimes.
The singer even appeared in The Last Dance of Life, the fashion film for the SS ‘22 collection.
If Chalamet has the blessing of the mother of cyberpunk-futurism, we just agree.
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