Timothée Chalamet : breaks the codes on the red carpet.

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Timothée Chalamet came to defend his new film project, “Bones and all”, at the Venice International Film Festival on September 2, 2022. Check out the incredible outfit worn by the actor.

Cinema is again in the spotlight in Italy, since the famous Venice International Film Festival, La Mostra, opened its doors on Wednesday August 31, 2022. For a few days, therefore, the most talented celebrities of the universe evolve near our home, in Europe, hoping to leave with a reward in the suitcase. And that’s how Timothée Chalamet found himself, on the red carpet installed on the Lido, in an outfit that spectators will never forget.

It was all in red, matching the ground he walked on, that Timothée Chalamet paraded through Venice to join the projection room. The 26-year-old actor, who landed in Italy a little earlier in military shorts and a Bahaus T-Shirt, this time opted for a memorable outfit, branded Haider Ackerman, breaking the gender codes of fashion with the help of a dazzling material, a bare back and a scarf.

If the actor was present on the red carpet of La Mostra, it was not only to upset the conventions. The young man is the headliner of the film Bones – the new project of Luca Guadagnino, the director of Call me by your name -, presented in official competition, in which he plays the role of Lee.

Of course, Timothée Chalamet found the film crew, when he paraded in front of a cheering crowd on September 2, 2022. Chloë Sevigny, Luca Guadagnino, Taylor Russell and Mark Rylance were also present. To know if Bones and all will win the Golden Lion, or another award, it will still take a little patience. The closing ceremony will take place on September 10, 2022.

Meanwhile, it is the jury chaired by Julianne Moore, and composed of French director Audrey Diwan, Argentinian Mariano Cohn, Italian Leonardo Di Costanzo, Iranian actress Leila Hatami, British-Japanese screenwriter Kazuo Ishiguro and the Spaniard Rodrigo Sorogoyen, who takes the time to watch each feature film before making his decision…