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Seeing RED in Venice: Timothée Chalamet’s Color of the Week

The internet is buzzing over Venice Film Festival darling Timothée Chalamet’s custom blood red and backless Haider Ackermann lookhis most daring outfit yet donned at the red carpet premiere of his new film, Bones and All at Venice’s Palazzo del Cinema. Beyond a bold RED look on the RED carpet, Timothée kicked off his red-themed week with the hottest new spritz drink popping up on bar menus around the globe…which, you guessed it…also happens to be red.

Ahead of his premiere, Timothée was spotted at the Arts Bar at the St. Regis hotel with friend and fellow actor Stéphane Bak, where they ordered a round of Italian spritz cocktails, appearing to be the red-hot new MARTINI Fiero & Tonic, caught being made for them tableside. The pair enjoyed a relaxing moment before the whirlwind of the premiere.

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