- Timothée Chalamet partnered with fashion designer Haider Ackermann to create a hoodie to raise funds for charity.
- The charitable hoodie was designed to raise funds for Afghanistan Libre.
- The organization fights for women’s and children’s rights in the country.
Timothée Chalamet and Haider Ackermann joined forces by creating a charitable hoodie that benefits Afghanistan Libre. It is an organization that fights for women’s and children’s rights. They announced the partnership on Instagram.
Timothée is also known as an activist. He took to Instagram to share the news last month. The Oscar-nominated actor posted a picture of himself outfitted in the new design, alongside Haider, with a caption that read: “So for a couple of years now @h.a and I have been wanting to make something.”
“Together, in August, we were horrified to learn of the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan and decided to design a hoodie where 100% of the proceeds will go to @afghanistanlibre, a relief organization with boots on the ground that fights to safeguard women’s and children’s rights — as those atrocities continue to spread, we should amplify the voices of those silent soldiers.”
The white hoodie features a photograph of a young child in a blue paint-splatter design. The details read ‘Silent Soldier’ and ‘HA+TC A Common Thread,’ referring to Chalamet and Ackermann’s initials.
Ackermann has long been Chalamet’s go-to designer for red carpet appearances and movie premieres.
The hoodie retails for 175 pounds on hatc2021.com.
It is the actor’s first-ever fashion collaboration.