Prince Timmée dives into two of the hottest trends in celebrity menswear: no-contrast suiting in vivid, non-traditional colors.
Putting his own idiosyncratic little spin on them both, of course.
We’ll never truly get mad at a young celebrity guy who’s perfectly comfortable – and in Prince Timmée’s case, who clearly prefers – eschewing overtly masculine tropes and styles and sticking with a more androgynous style. He’s very much the next generation’s Tilda in that way. And like her, his style always uses footwear as a major focal point. Tilda likes long toeboxes and high vamps and occasionally stilettos- all designed to make the eye travel down. Prince Timmée favors high-waters and footwear with large silhouettes, if not downright oversized. Unlike Tilda, there’s a certain preciousness to his style, which is why she’s the Pope and he’s a prince. It all makes sense in our heads. This is far from our fave of his looks and we definitely found the keychain to be a bit much, but like we said: we can’t get mad at it.
Stella McCartney Fuchsia Twill Japanese Tailoring and a Crepe de Chine Shirt from the Fall 2019 Collection
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