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Timothée Chalamet is the first man to appear alone on the cover of British Vogue

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Actor Timothée Chalamet has a new achievement. He became the first man to be on the cover of British Vogue alone.

Chalamet, who has an eye for fashion and is known for his progressive and eclectic dress sense, appears on the cover of Vogue’s October issue. suit and backless halter neck.

of vogue Editor-in-chief Edward Enninful said the decision to feature Chalamet reflects his “enthusiasticly followed fashion persona, a style so innate and confident that it inspires both women and men.” From genderless suits to his everyday wardrobe of vintage tees and easy denim, he likes to label himself whether he’s at a concert or in a thousand flashes. not.”

In the photoshoot, he’s out of the box again, trying on a pearl choker, pink wig, and leather pants.

Enninful had wanted to feature men for a while, but was waiting for it to “feel right” and wanted it to “feel at ease.”

He also described the actor as “the incarnation of modern man”.

“When we started talking about this potential cover a few months ago, it quickly became clear that Timothy was just Timothy. Not tooled or marketed by Hollywood or the fashion machine, he’s just who he is.He’s a man to everyone.”

Pictures were taken for the two alternate covers by Steven Meisel.

Chalamet is now starring in a cannibal love story bones and all. He will also appear in the upcoming Willy Wonka prequel. The movie, a musical about the childhood of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory characters, is due out next year.

Harry Styles was the first man to solo on the cover of American Vogue in 2020.


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