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All about red carpet ‘award show fashion’



It became the style second seen—and memed—across the world. Framed through Cannes’ sunlit hands and sailboat masts, there they stood: Timothée Chalamet, Wes Anderson, Tilda Swinton, and Bill Murray, the art-residence electricity squad from the currently launched movie The French Dispatch. Chalamet regarded cool, as is his wont, in a graphic, anti-glam (and but by some means very glam) T-blouse from Elara.

Ever-eccentric Anderson wore preppy seersucker; Swinton, who can do no sartorial wrong, donned a snow cone-blue in shape from Haider Ackermann. And Murray, ostensibly a boomer on vacation, brilliantly gave little or no of a damn. Twitter went nuts, labeling the quartet, in order, “tiktok, twitter, instagram, fb.” (Or, to this writer’s satisfaction, “pitch, first draft, very last proof, remarks section.”)

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