Of course, the new Willy Wonka wears Wonka Dunks.

Timothée Chalamet attended the Pacers and Laker's In-Season Tournament game, where he casually reminded us of his Wonka film via his footwear choice: a custom pair of Wonka-themed Nike Dunk Lows.

It turns out that Chalamet designed the Dunks himself, working directly with the sportswear brand on this super-limited Nike shoe inspired by the upcoming Wonka movie (the shoes will not get a wider release, by the way).

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As the name implies, the Wonka Dunks speaks directly to Chalamet's role as Willy Wonka, with the colorway and materials borrowing straight from his Wonka costume.

Colorful scribbles take over a seemingly canvas upper, accompanied by a burgundy velvet Swoosh, tongue, and laces. At the same time, chocolate brown accents strike elsewhere, echoing the chocolate factory creator's sweet beginnings (like the movie!).

The Wonka movie recently hosted a giveaway for the Wonka Dunks, bestowing five lucky winners with custom Nike sneakers. Winners will be announced this week on December 14.

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Chalamet has previously flexed the Wonka Dunks in between Wonka press appearances, down to those exact black leather pants he's wearing at the In-Season Tournament.

For the game, Chalamet paired the velvety kicks with a black Off-White Fall/Winter 2021 sweater layered over a white t-shirt. And once again, he topped his curls with that Celine baseball cap. It's the new Wonka hat really.

To be clear: Chalamet wears and tips the classic top hat in the movie. But I'll admit: a Celine cap as the chocolatier's new accessory would have me seated.

After candy-level Prada suits and Cactus Plant Flea Market "Oompa Loompa" hoodies, it doesn't get any more new-age Willy Wonka than these Wonka Dunks.

But that's Wonka style, done the streetwear Timmy way, for you.

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