Timothée Chalamet And Kristen Stewart Brought SKIN To The 2022 Oscars

March 28, 2022 / Posted by:

But no, not in a Buffalo Bill kind of way…

I’m sure that pearls were clutched during last night’s Oscars long before The Slap. Because both Timothée Chalamet And Kristen Stewart showed up in SCANDALOUS looks that gave us skin. Timothée looked like a twink-ified Prince impersonator while Kristen Stewart looked like she just rolled out of bed after partying all night. Um, this isn’t the club, you two. This is the OSCUHS!

Timothée was at the Oscars since he’s the Hollywood IT boy of the moment and was also the star of Dune, which won six awards last night (for production design, sound, cinematography, editing, original score, and visual effects). Kristen was nominated for Best Actress for playing Princess Diana in Spencer but lost to Jessica Chastain who won for The Eyes of Tammy Faye. Kristen Stewart’s “disheveled cater waiter at a Royal Teens-themed wedding” look was made by Chanel, of course, and she walked the red carpet with her fiancée, Dylan Meyer, who also wore Chanel:

Once she was done posing for pictures, KStew kicked off her heels and put on the shoes and socks she obviously stole from a schoolgirl circa the 1940s:

And Timothée risked a nip slip in his look. There’s also a good reason why he looks like he’s wearing the fancy blazer that everybody’s nana wears to formal events. That’s because the blazer is from Louis Vuitton’s Spring 2022 womenswear collection.

And for the Vanity Fair party, he covered up his twink chest in an Alexander McQueen look:

I’m sure that the Academy has already started drafting a list of notifications for next year’s ceremony. It will include: “Please don’t slap anyone, no matter how offensive the joke they make about you is. And no one is allowed to wear shorts outside of a performance look. And shirts are also to be worn at all times even if you have the high-functioning metabolism of Betty Spaghetty.”

Pics: INSTARimages

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