In The King, Timothée Chalamet performs a party-boy prince who, with a lot reluctance, assumes his father’s throne. However on the press tour for the movie, Chalamet is more than pleased to put on the crown: name him king of the pink carpet. Loads of celebrities present as much as step-and-repeats in full seems to be (or full lewks, in business parlance) today, a head-to-toe outfit provided by a single designer or label. Timo’s methodology is barely totally different. When he isn’t WhatsApping Virgil Abloh to get a one-of-one sequined hoodie from the Louis Vuitton atelier, or hanging in Venice along with his huge bro Haider Ackermann, he is getting wearing seems to be straight off style week runways—a way more unique and difficult stage of celeb styling.

And final evening, for the Busan Worldwide Movie Competition, in South Korea, Chalamet premiered his most daring match but, rocking up in look #4 from Sterling Ruby’s first S.R. Studio LA. CA. assortment. The hand-dyed overalls and button-down, in reality, are the very same ones Ruby—the artist and Raf Simons collaborator—despatched out on the runway in his Florence debut. It pays to be pattern dimension, and it pays to be Timothée Chalamet, whose deep journey down the menswear freeway of life is simply getting began.