Timothée Chalamet and Haider Ackermann Design a Hoodie for Afghan Women’s Rights

Since he burst onto the scene with his Oscar-nominated performance in Call Me By Your Name, Timothée Chalamet hasn’t only become one of Hollywood’s most thrilling on-screen talents, but one of its most thrilling red carpet dressers, too. But while Chalamet’s encyclopedic knowledge of contemporary menswear has seen him wear an eclectic array of brands over the years, there’s one designer in particular he’s returned to again and again: Haider Ackermann. From the knockout belted silver satin suit he wore for the premiere of The King in 2019, to the sparkling black power-shouldered top and trousers he wore to the Venice Film Festival premiere of Dune earlier this year, Chalamet has come to rely on Ackermann’s designs for all his most important career milestones.

As their bond has grown deeper, it’s also evolved from a professional relationship to a close friendship—and as of today, their first collaboration. Chalamet and Ackermann announced via Instagram this afternoon that they are launching a hoodie they designed together in support of an important cause: the rights of women and girls in Afghanistan, which have been dramatically rolled backward as a result of the Taliban’s return to power in August of this year.

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