Are you familiar with the Instagram account @chalametinart? If you're not, let us introduce you: A brilliant user photoshops Timothée Chalamet into iconic works of art — as was likely intended by the original artists, had they known Timothée Chalamet. (I think they probably did, deep down in their hearts, but couldn't quite place the beautiful face they saw in their dreams and so they settled for more earthly muses, but that's just one person's art history theory.)
Anyway, Chalamet seems to be fully embracing his fate as a living, breathing masterpiece, considering the suit he chose to wear to the "Beautiful Boy" premiere in London over the weekend. The Alexander McQueen two piece features a single-breasted blazer and slim-cut pants, both covered with a bright, artistic floral befitting both a beautiful boy and "Beautiful Boy." So many parallels!
Keeping things appropriately simple in comparison, Chalamet paired the suit with a simple, low-cut black tee and shiny black Chelsea boots, also by McQueen. And we know we've seen plenty of truly masterful artists in our time in human history, but what artist could appropriately capture this smize? What sculptor could achieve such perfect curls? Your move, art historians.