Mere mortals get dressed in the morning. When style gods Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet put clothes on their bodies, it's a cultural reset.
Need proof? The talented twosome has been on a promotional tour supporting their latest movie, the much-anticipated Dune remake that hits theaters and HBO Max on Friday, October 22, and their outings have been nothing short of sartorially spectacular. When people aren't wondering, "Are Tom Holland and Zendaya dating in real life?" they're no doubt asking themselves, "Is there anything that girl can't pull off?!" The answer is clearly no.
From leather Balmain gowns to sparkly Haider Ackermann sets, these are the Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet outfit flexes that have left us truly stunned. Feast your eyes!
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Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet fashion moments
The co-stars—who play Paul Atreides and Chani, respectively, in the upcoming sci-fi blockbuster—cut quite the stylish figures on the red carpet of the 78th annual Venice International Film Festival on September 3rd.
The Euphoria star wore a custom sculpted leather gown by Balmain, complete with a 93-carat emerald Bvlgari necklace and a wet-look hairdo, while the Call Me By Your Name actor took basic black up a notch in head-to-toe Haider Ackermann, including a sequined, sharp-shouldered top and matching trousers. Chalamet finished things off with Cartier jewelry and cool-kid sunnies.
Looking like a disco dream, Zendaya wore a co-ord set from the Alaia Spring 2022 Collection for Dune's Paris premiere. The itty-bitty burgundy crop top paired with a floor-length, fur-trimmed skirt is giving us serious Cher vibes, while the voluminous curls and gold hoop earrings would do Diana Ross proud.
To complement his costar, Chalamet looked glamorously groovy himself in a blue denim Tom Ford suit with a contrasting satin lapel.
Joining fellow Dune actor Rebecca Ferguson and director Denis Villeneuve, Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet gave photographers plenty to work with at a photocall in Paris on September 6.
Lil Timmy Tim went the monochrome route with an all-brown ensemble, while Zendaya opted for a structured shirt dress and thigh-high boots from the Bottega Veneta Fall 2021collection. We're living for those braids, too.
Even in a crowd of stars like Oscar Isaac and Javier Bardem, Zendaya and Chalamet still manage to stand out.
While promoting Dune at the 78th Venice International Film Festival on September 3, Zendaya looked effortlessly chic in a Valentino shirt dress, tuxedo jacket, and Christian Louboutin pumps, while Chalamet went slightly more casual but equally as cool in a Haider Ackermann tracksuit and Cartier brooch.
The cast headed to London to do press in October, and they graciously brought killer clothes with them. At the Dune photo call in London on October 17, Chalamet showed up in a custom pastel Stella McCartney suit, which co-opted the woodsy, mushroom-filled print of a dress in McCartney's summer 2021 show.
Zendaya also opted for bold patterns, this time an orange checkered skirt styled with an edgy Vivienne Westwood halter top and Christian Louboutin pumps.
Shown here with Bridesmaids director Paul Feig at a post-screening cocktail reception for Dune in London on October 17, Zendaya looked comfortably cool in an ensemble from Pete Do's spring collection, complete with black-leather pants and a floor-length white button-down.
Chalamet complemented his co-star in a metallic-striped, double-breasted black Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello suit, worn with harem pants and black leather boots.
The young stars turned it out in black-and-white yet again at the London premiere of Dune on Monday, October 18, Chalamet wearing Look 1 from the Alexander McQueen SS22 runway and Zendaya going full glam in Look 48 from the Rick Owens FW21 show.
One day, we can hope to look as cool as them, right? Right?!
Christina Izzo is the Deputy Editor of My Imperfect Life.
More generally, she is a writer-editor covering food and drink, travel, lifestyle and culture in New York City. She was previously the Features Editor at Rachael Ray In Season and Reveal, as well as the Food & Drink Editor and chief restaurant critic at Time Out New York.
When she’s not doing all that, she can probably be found eating cheese somewhere.
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