There are completely good celebrity design moments, and then there are the appearances that truly stick to you, the ones you try desperately to recreate in your home. In ‘ Great Attires in Fashion History,’ Fashionista editors are reviewing their all-time favorite lewks.
It’s not Timothée Chalamet‘s razor-sharp jawline that made me a fan; it’s that time he wore a silver satin Haider Ackermann suit and black cowboy boots at the Venice Film Festival in2019 This appearance cropped up while Chalamet was repeatedly choosing avant-garde ensembles, making him something of a renaissance red carpet life raft in a sea of black tuxedos.
For this particular best, the ” Little Females” dreamboat selected a high-shine, single-breasted suit with a cinched-in waist. Many people would not have the ability to pull off the difficult tailoring, but Chalamet makes sartorial magic with Ackermann, so naturally he looks like a strolling advertisement. To make the top half of the outfit even riskier, Chalamet swapped a timeless white collar shirt for what seems a silk panel, attached to the coat and buttoned up to the collar. But the real red carpet treats here are the cowboy boots and the method the pants are loosely cuffed to expose them.
Even coming from Texas– where cowboy boots count as black-tie attire– the idea of using Western-leaning pointed-toe boots with eveningwear leaves a bad taste in my mouth. However then I see pictures of Chalamet, who’s in fact worn black cowboy boots on more than one celebration, and I’m all set to scoop up 3 sets for my next wedding event. Listed below a roundup of boots I ‘d wear with a cocktail gown or a satin suit.
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