Timothée Chalamet is feeling sad.
The 27-year-old acting phenomenon made her first collaboration with a fashion or beauty brand and became the latest face of Chanel fragrances.
Sees new role Call Me By Your Name burning star in blue tones in accordance with the old brand’s Bleu de Chanel scent, a citrus and cedar scent he describes demand “withdrawn a bit … subtle but still assertive.”
Campaign images shot by Mario Sorrenti show Chalamet in nothing more than a simple baggy black tee that creates a shadowy, dramatic silhouette effect on his body as he poses with his distinctive messy hair and glowing blue lights.
His partnership with the fashion house is a kind of full circle moment for the star. Growing up, her grandmother gifted her sister Pauline her own Chanel perfume. demand. She has since associated the brand with her “graceful” grandmother.
The actor’s campaign will also come with his own short film, which will be released in June, which has the star excited because of its director Martin Scorsese.
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like he said fashion, “I have some friends who aren’t particularly interested in high fashion, but when I tell them I’m doing a short film in New York with Martin Scorsese, their ears prickle. Our Zoom conversations are like hitting the treadmill for him.”
Chalamet is gearing up for a bigger year than ever for the young star.
In addition to stepping into the world of high fashion with this campaign, Chalamet has two more giant projects this year. First, second installment sand hill In addition to the series she promoted in many glamorous red carpet appearances, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, wonkaShe’ll be a chocolate-making fan in a story that focuses on how the character met her beloved oompa looms.