The ‘Dune’ star extends relationship with the French maison
As one of the best-dressed men in young Hollywood today, it is no surprise that Timothée Chalamet gets recognized by luxury brands like Cartier. Cartier has been an accessory of choice for the actor on a couple of red carpet appearances including the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the Golden Globe Awards, the BAFTAs, the Academy Awards, the Oscars, and the recent MET Gala where he sported a vintage pin and brooch from the house.
The maison made the announcement on the occasion of the highly-anticipated Dune premiere, in which Timothée stars, at the Venice International Film Festival, for which Cartier serves as a main sponsor.
“We are delighted to continue our longstanding relationship with Timothée by having him officially join the Maison as a Friend of the House,” said Arnaud Carrez, senior vice president, chief marketing officer of Cartier International. “As a man of passion, independence, open-mindedness, and creativity, Timothée’s bold approach to life–conveyed through his professional choices and his free-spirited style–is intrinsically aligned with Cartier’s core values.”
Timothée will be seen this year starring in a couple of films like Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune,” Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch,” and Adam McKay’s “Don’t Look Up.” He also recently wrapped up filming “Bones and All,” directed by Luca Guadagnino and will next begin production on “Wonka,” directed by Paul King. The actor is also set to play Bob Dylan in “Going Electric” as directed by James Mangold.
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