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Timothée Chalamet Has a New Tackle the Tiny Bag Pattern

Timothée Chalamet Has a New Take on the Tiny Bag Trend

December 12, 2019 5:29 pm

Timothée Chalamet attended the Paris premiere of Little Ladies–it bears the French title Les Filles du Docteur March, which appears like a misinterpretation of the movie’s content material, however alas–clad in a slouchy magenta swimsuit by Stella McCartney. Chalamet wore the shirt untucked in his normal cool, louche method, and paired the outfit with black leather-based Chelsea boots. And whereas the swimsuit was a winner, one other accent stole the present.

Tiny baggage have been an inescapable pattern all yr–Simone Porte Jacquemus, the particular person most instantly answerable for the onslaught of tiny equipment, created memeable teensy purses Le Chiquito and Le Mini Chiquito, every of which may maintain mainly nothing (Le Mini Chiquito dangled from fashions’ fingertips at Jacquemus’s fall 2019 present in February). The baggage have gone viral a number of instances over, and now there’s even an Instagram filter which reveals the Chiquito popping out of customers’ eyes. 2019 was a yr when mini purses reigned supreme.

However Chalamet had one other tackle the pattern. A good tinier take. On the Les Filles premiere, he casually carried an Eiffel Tower keychain, letting it dangle from his ring-laden fingers. It appears precisely just like the keychains you possibly can discover in any touristy store in Paris–although it’s gold and Chalamet is a serious film star, so it’s solely attainable that that is some type of fancy keychain. The web rapidly went loopy for the factor.

Timothee Chalamet’s keychain on the “Little Ladies” premiere on December 12, 2019 in Paris, France. (Photograph by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Photos)

Pascal Le Segretain

Devoted Chalamet followers could notice that again when the actor first began getting shot by the paparazzi, he was steadily photographed carrying a sequence necklace with an Eiffel Tower pendant. He’s French, in spite of everything (on his father’s aspect), in case the accent mark didn’t clue you in. So when in Paris, Timmy needed to present some Francophile delight. Liberté, égalité, Chalamet.

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