Timothée Chalamet has been named 2019's most influential man in fashion
Timothée Chalamet is having one heck of a year. His red carpet appearances have been hotter than the surface of the sun. Remember his 2019 award season debut look in a Louis Vuitton harness by Virgil Abloh and Cartier at the 2019 Golden Globes? He's also had one blockbuster movie role after another.
But we're not just talking about him giving us killing look after look. The man succesfully pulled-off the bowl cut in his new Netflix move The King.
His Haider Ackermann white suit at the Venice International Film Festival, or a Louis Vuitton sequined hoodie at the premiere of The King were pretty note-worthy as well.
Esquire previously commented on the 23-year-old's outfit by American artist Sterling Ruby's debut S.R Studio LA collection. A tough outfit to pull off, sure. But it is proof that, even in the most conservative of times, the menswear zeitgeist refuses to follow the rules.
Lyst used data from 104 million online shoppers in 2019 to rank the 10 most influential "power dressers" which is measured in terms of stars "whose personal style choices drove the biggest spikes in searches, sales, news coverage and social media mentions over the last 12 months," according to the report.