From 'Ocean's 8' to 'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald'
Outside of his career as a talented actor and the frontman of Sons of an Illustrious Father, Ezra Miller has made a name for himself as one of the most exciting guests on a red carpet. From simple, fashionable styles to grandiose, elaborate looks, Miller always manages to leave audiences with a good impression after his appearances. Here are just a few of our favorite looks Ezra Miller has worn on the red carpet.
A Heist Gone Right
At the world premiere of Ocean’s 8, Miller managed to capture the audience’s eye, even though he wasn’t in the film. Donning a stunning purple suede overcoat, along with a simple striped tee, Miller managed to be both under and overdressed, showing off his unique sense of style for the cameras.
Baggy Is Back
Attending his first of many premieres for his film Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald in Beijing, Miller showed off his editorial side, sporting a high-fashion overcoat along with spiked-up hair, shimmering boots and a graphic sweater. This look is just further proof that Miller is leaning into the future of fashion.
Come On, Vogue
Miller supported one of this year’s finalists for the 2018 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund when he showed up to the event sporting an outfit by upcoming designer Bode. In a well-crafted patchwork jacket, along with a neck ruffle and a sleek shirt and pants combo, the star managed to stun even a crowd made up of fashion designers.
Pushing his non-binary aesthetic to a new level, Miller walked the red carpet of the Fantastic Beasts premiere in Paris wearing a puffer-coat dress. His look was so stunning, it inspired numerous different comparisons online, from a fashion-forward Michelin Man to Missy Elliott.
Magic to Do
In his latest red carpet for the London premiere of Fantastic Beasts, Miller pulled out all the stops for his headline-making look. Dressed in an all-white feathered coat (inspired by Harry Potter’s owl Hedwig), Miller rocked the runway with silver-tipped hair, silver-highlighted makeup and even the Harry Potter universe’s killing curse, “Avada Kedavra,” written in ink all over his hands.