Timothée Chalamet went dark for Jean Paul Gaultier’s spring 2023 couture fashion show, which he attended to support Haider Ackermann.
Ackermann, whom Chalamet is a close friend and muse of, is the fourth designer to guest-design a Gaultier collection following Sacai’s Chitose Abe, Y/Project’s Glenn Martens and Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing.
While leaving the show in Paris on Wednesday, Chalamet wore an all-black outfit with romantic finishes. The “Call Me By Your Name” star’s outfit prominently featured a black top beneath a silky woven bomber jacket embroidered with dusty gold flowering branches. Paired with the blooming piece were black trousers, paneled in a coating of black sequins.
Chalamet’s outfit was simply finished with black sunglasses, as well as a classic choice of shoes. The “To the Bone” star’s footwear was a set of cap-toed black leather boots, featuring short-heeled soles and a lace-up silhouette. The pair’s versatile silhouette added a neutral, nonchalant element to Chalamet’s ensemble, creating a clean base that allowed his monochrome outfit’s intricate details to further catch the eye.
Haute Couture Week showcases the newest collections from brands specializing in haute couture, renowned as the world’s finest garments made with intricate craftsmanship. From Jan. 23-Jan. 26, fashion shows and presentations will be held throughout Paris for the spring 2023 season. This season will include collections shown from Schiaparelli, Dior, Chanel, Valentino and Fendi.
This season will also feature several major moments, including Haider Ackermann’s guest-designed collection for Jean Paul Gaultier and Robert Wun’s couture debut — notably the first Hong Kong designer to show in the Week.
PHOTOS: Discover celebrities in spring 2023 front rows at Haute Couture Week in the gallery.