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If anyone knows how to shut down a red carpet, its Timothée Chalamet and luckily for us, he seems to have met his sartorial match in his Bones & All costar Taylor Russell. The stylish pair stepped out on Saturday at the premiere that took place during the 2022 BFI London Film Festival at the Royal Festival Hall in two head-turning looks.
The Oscar-nominated actor took a break from filming Dune: Part II to attend the premiere (he took his mother as his guest), wearing an ivory Alexander McQueen asymmetrical tailored jacket, cigarette trousers, and bright white glossy lug soled Chelsea boots from the British fashion house’s Spring/Summer 2023 menswear collection.
The Wonka actor previously wore the same silhouette in black to a Cartier dinner during the Venice Film Festival in September. The star wore his brunette curls in his signature coif, adding a pair of black sunglasses to the red carpet-ready look.
Chalamet paid homage to the film through his accessories with his Vivienne Westwood choker featuring silver diamond-encrusted bones.
In September, Chalamet referenced the film with his look on the 2022 Venice Film Festival red carpet. The actor worked with friend and collaborator, Colombian-born French designer Haider Ackermann to create his blood-red metallic ensemble, featuring a backless halter top and matching slim-fit trousers.
Russell also brought the high-fashion drama to the carpet in a Schiaparelli Fall/Winter 2022 Haute Couture ensemble by creative director Daniel Roseberry.
The rising star wore a cropped black wool jacket featuring baroque grape vine embroidery above a waist-cinching champagne double satin corset. Russell teamed her look with a draped silk crepe skirt with two velvet bows at the hip, plus black stockings and black pumps.
The star completed her look with a thick black velvet choker and a wide-brimmed black hat, as seen on the Schiaparelli runway.
Just last week, the bourgeoning starlet stepped out at the New York Film Festival in a strapless black Prada dress with crystal bow detailing below the bust and a pair of black strappy sandals. The Waves actress pulled her hair back into a slick bun, and wore a diamond Cartier headpiece to pay homage to Audrey Hepburn.
Chalamet reunited with his Call Me By Your Name director, Guadagnino, for Bones & All — a romantic drama based on the 2015 novel of the same name by Camille DeAngelis. It’s a coming-of-age story of a disenfranchised young couple, Lee (Chalamet) and Maren Yearly (Taylor Russell), as they embark on a cross-country journey where they develop a taste for human flesh.
The couple have to confront their respective terrifying pasts and determine whether their love is strong enough to make it through their differences.
The screenplay was written by frequent Guadagnino collaborator David Kajganich, and the supporting cast is filled with the director’s favorites including Call Me By Your Name’s Michael Stuhlberg, We Are Who We Are’s Chloë Sevigny and Francesca Scorsese, as well as Mark Rylance, André Holland, and Jessica Harper.
The film initially debuted at the Venice Film Festival and will hit theaters on November 23. It will be available to stream exclusively on Amazon Prime shortly after.
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