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Timothee Chalamet soaks up some culture in comfort as actor leaves SoHo’s New Museum in sweatpants

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Timothee Chalamet soaks up some culture in comfort as actor leaves SoHo’s New Museum in sweatpants

Timothee Chalamet soaks up some culture in comfort as actor leaves SoHo’s New Museum in sweatpants and hoodie

He’s known for his sharp red carpet looks.

But Timothee Chalamet opted for comfort over style on Wednesday, when the Call Me By Your Name actor exited the New Museum in SoHo, New York City in sweatpants.

The leisure wear bore the name and logo of Legendary Entertainment, the production company behind the 24-year-old’s forthcoming sci-fi epic, Dune.

Sweat it out: Timothee Chalamet opted for comfort over style on Wednesday, when the Call Me By Your Name actor exited the New Museum in SoHo, New York City in sweatpants

Chalamet paired the garment with a white hoodie, over which he slipped a brown bomber jacket.

On his feet he wore army green combat boots.

The Little Women star completed the look with a navy face mask and a pair of bluetooth headphones around his neck. 

Chill factor: Chalamet paired the garment with a white hoodie, over which he slipped a brown bomber jacket

Chill factor: Chalamet paired the garment with a white hoodie, over which he slipped a brown bomber jacket

The look: The Little Women star completed the look with a navy face mask and a pair of bluetooth headphones around his neck

The look: The Little Women star completed the look with a navy face mask and a pair of bluetooth headphones around his neck

Recently, the up and coming thespian has acquired quite the loyal fanbase, with memorable roles in Call Me By Your Name, Lady Bird and other big titles.

And the two-time Golden Globe nominee’s devoted followers have made sure to show their love for his budding career. 

He gushed over some handmade gifts from said adoring fans as he fave a glimpse at ‘fan box day,’ taking to his Instagram Story from a room filled with stacks of cardboard boxes.

Fan favorite: Chalamet recently gushed over some handmade gifts from said adoring fans as he fave a glimpse at 'fan box day' (pictured in February, 2020)

Fan favorite: Chalamet recently gushed over some handmade gifts from said adoring fans as he fave a glimpse at ‘fan box day’ (pictured in February, 2020)

Familiar face: The 24-year-old showed off sequined pillows, printed with photos of his face, as well as a white t-shirt, featuring a hand-drawn portrait

Familiar face: The 24-year-old showed off sequined pillows, printed with photos of his face, as well as a white t-shirt, featuring a hand-drawn portrait

The 24-year-old showed off sequined pillows, printed with photos of his face, as well as a white t-shirt, featuring a hand-drawn portrait.

He also posted a snap of a blue-painted clay coffee mug, engraved with his name and titles of his films The King, Little Women, The French Dispatch and Dune.

Chalamet received a more personal gift from one fan who compiled a book of photos taken in Crema, Italy, where his movie Call Me By Your Name was filmed.  

Another follower sent him a tapestry, printed with a painting that depicted a scene from the 2017 film, in which his parents read to him.

Unboxing day: He to his Instagram Story from a room filled with stacks of cardboard boxes

Unboxing day: He to his Instagram Story from a room filled with stacks of cardboard boxes

Cup of Tim: He also posted a snap of a blue-painted clay coffee mug, engraved with his name and titles of his films The King, Little Women, The French Dispatch and Dune

Cup of Tim: He also posted a snap of a blue-painted clay coffee mug, engraved with his name and titles of his films The King, Little Women, The French Dispatch and Dune

Picture perfect: Chalamet received a more personal gift from one fan who compiled a book of photos taken in Crema, Italy, where his movie Call Me By Your Name was filmed

Picture perfect: Chalamet received a more personal gift from one fan who compiled a book of photos taken in Crema, Italy, where his movie Call Me By Your Name was filmed

Artist's muse: Another follower sent him a tapestry, printed with a painting that depicted a scene from the 2017 film, in which his parents read to him

Artist’s muse: Another follower sent him a tapestry, printed with a painting that depicted a scene from the 2017 film, in which his parents read to him

Peachy keen: Friend and fellow actor Giullian Yao Gioiello modeled a headband embellished with a plush peach, referencing his infamous sex scene with the fuzzy fruit

Peachy keen: Friend and fellow actor Giullian Yao Gioiello modeled a headband embellished with a plush peach, referencing his infamous sex scene with the fuzzy fruit

Friend and fellow actor Giullian Yao Gioiello modeled a headband embellished with a plush peach, referencing his infamous sex scene with the fuzzy fruit.

Chalamet is sure to inspire more fanfare with his upcoming role in the Denis Villeneuve-helmed blockbuster Dune.

He recently had a chat with his pal and co-star Zendaya, whom he interviewed for the cover of Elle‘s December/January issue. 

They reminisced about the dance parties they had in her room, which were attended by co-star Javier Bardem.

Cover girl: He recently had a chat with his pal and Dune co-star Zendaya, whom he interviewed for the cover of Elle 's December/January issue

Cover girl: He recently had a chat with his pal and Dune co-star Zendaya, whom he interviewed for the cover of Elle ‘s December/January issue

Dance parties: They reminisced about the dance parties they had in her room, which were attended by co-star Javier Bardem: 'There was a super legit f***ing wrap party at the end there'

Dance parties: They reminisced about the dance parties they had in her room, which were attended by co-star Javier Bardem: ‘There was a super legit f***ing wrap party at the end there’

Delayed: The Denis Villeneuve-helmed adaptation of Frank Herbert 1965 sci-fi novel was set for premiere dates in November and December, before being postponed to October 1, 2021

Delayed: The Denis Villeneuve-helmed adaptation of Frank Herbert 1965 sci-fi novel was set for premiere dates in November and December, before being postponed to October 1, 2021 

Chalamet recalled: ‘There was a super legit f***ing wrap party at the end there. We were with some of the cast, and then Javier [Bardem] came in and we were all dancing.’

The latest adaptation of Frank Herbert 1965 sci-fi novel was set for premiere dates in November and December, before being postponed to October 1, 2021.

Chalamet was also set to begin filming a Bob Dylan biopic, for which he was taking guitar lessons to portray the Desolation Row crooner.

Last month, cinematographer Phedon Papamichael revealed to Collider that the film has been put on hold indefinitely, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

True story: Chalamet was also set to begin filming a Bob Dylan biopic, for which he was taking guitar lessons to portray the Desolation Row crooner (Dylan pictured in April, 1965)

True story: Chalamet was also set to begin filming a Bob Dylan biopic, for which he was taking guitar lessons to portray the Desolation Row crooner (Dylan pictured in April, 1965)

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