Chalamet’s look, and one of his accessories in particular, seemed to strike a chord with viewers: a black, bedazzled item worn over his shirt that looked like, well, a harness.

The internet came in quick with hot takes on the get-up, comparing the look to that of a bungee jumping priest and figure-skater:

New York Times fashion critic Vanessa Friedman corrected the terminology, noting that the sparkly holster was, in fact, an “embroidered bib” per Louis Vuitton.

Abloh did several colorful versions of the bib for his debut at Louis Vuitton. The “embroidered” version looks similar to one of those, only bedazzled. Meanwhile, the overall concept appears to draw pretty heavily from actual holsters created by Helmut Lang over a decade ago; Abloh has looked to the fashion house for inspiration in the past.

Outside of Chalamet, Louis Vuitton was notably absent from the red carpet. In spite of that, Chalamet’s look appears to be attracting plenty of buzz for the fashion house.

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