Hedwig or Zoolander? The internet is having a field day with Ezra Miller's latest outfit

Francesca Specter
·Yahoo Style UK deputy editor
Ezra Miller wore Givenchy at the ‘Fantastic Beasts’ premiere. [Photo: Getty]
Ezra Miller wore Givenchy at the ‘Fantastic Beasts’ premiere. [Photo: Getty]

Ezra Miller, 26, has stepped out in another unusual outfit while promoting his latest film, ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald‎’, and the internet doesn’t know what to make of it.

The actor, who has also starred in ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’, wore a white feathered cape and trousers from the Givenchy Autumn/Winter 2018 Haute Couture collection, complete with strange writing in a triangular formation, for the film’s premiere in London last night.

This isn’t the first time he has caused a storm on the red carpet – his Moncler x Pierpaolo Piccioli puffer coat dress at the ‘Fantastic Beasts’ premiere in Paris left the internet baffled.

Last night’s London event caused a similar level of furore on the internet, drawing comparisons to everything from Hedwig, the Harry’s pet owl in the ‘Harry Potter’ series and Icelandic musician Björk to the outrageous fashions in the ‘Zoolander’ film franchise and a piece of cauliflower.

Despite the zany comparisons, many celebrated Ezra’s daring style last night.

One fan was even moved to make a sketch of the larger than life outfit.

Finally, Ezra’s co-star Eddie Redmayne clearly couldn’t resist a stroke of the feathery look, proving while it may have been a polarising choice, it surely felt great to the touch.

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This has to be the best photo from the @fantasticbeastsmovie premiere in London tonight 💕🙌🏻

A post shared by Eddie Redmayne ❤ (@amazingeddieredmayne) on Nov 13, 2018 at 12:38pm PST

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