It’s time Prince Timmée faced the will of the people. It’s also time for us to eat sandwiches and stare at walls while we recharge. What a glorious confluence of events. This time, you make the final call while you’re relatively humble hosts take a breather for a sec.
We think Pope Tilda must have taken the Prince aside at some point to give him some papal advice. “From now on,” the Pontiff whispered to him during their Cannes photo call, “you shall dress in a princely manner, which means you must wear the papally approved garb.” And thus did she introduce Prince Timmée to her more or less go-to designer Haider Ackermann.
Personally (What? You thought we weren’t going to give our opinion? Please.), we’re fine with all of it until we get to the Chucks. We’re not opposed to them in theory but we think they’d have worked much better in black. Aside from that, we’re pretty much on board with the whole thing. And you? In other words…
Timothée Chalamet’s Papally Approved Garb:
IN or OUT?
– Haider Ackermann Black and White Ensemble from the Fall 2020 Collection
– Cartier Jewelry
– Converse Sneakers
[Photo Credit: ABACA USA/INSTARimages.com, Janet Mayer/Startraksphoto.com, ROGER WONG/INSTARimages.com, haiderackermann.com]