Timothée Chalamet, the buzziest star of this year's Oscars and the star of Call Me By Your Name, ultimately went home empty-handed, but thanks to James Ivory, a version of him made it to the stage. Ivory — who penned the adaptation to André Aciman's aching, first-love novel of the same name — won for Best Adapted Screenplay and accepted his award while wearing a button-down shirt with a Chalamet's contemplative face painted on it. Everyone involved in this movie is absurdly close and it's pretty cute!
Andrew Mania, the artist behind the shirt, is now selling replicas of the shirt to people outside the tight-knit Call Me By Your Name family, so #ElioHive, your time is now. Each shirt is custom-painted and prices are available by sliding into Mania's DMs, which means it's going to be pricey, but most likely cheaper than a flight and villa accommodations in Crema.