Before I start, I feel like I should clarify one thing: Eddie Redmayne has always been trendy. However, while the actor always wears a flashy awards show tuxedo or a breezy double-breasted linen suit, he hasn’t been able to support his latest project, the Netflix crime drama The Good Nurse co-starring with Jessica Chastain *—Redmayne has been adding some new twists to his tailoring repertoire. In 40, it would be understandable if Redmayne wanted to offset his still boyish handsomeness with something more serious or dull – but instead, he seemed more serious than ever More fun at all times.
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Enlisted the help of Harry Lambert – the stylist known for his work with Harry Styles, but his eclectic, offbeat taste has led him to the likes of Emma Corrin and Josh O’ Here comes the eye-catching red-carpet moment Connor too — and Redmayne takes things up a notch. The first clue that Redmayne was exploring new territory came when he attended the show’s New York premiere, wearing a deconstructed Maison Margiela Couture suit with raw edges, exposed stitching, and deliberately separated panels that looked Like a classic twist on Savile Row. As far as red-carpet men’s attire goes — especially for a star like Redmayne, whose previous appearances at major awards ceremonies have typically gone the more traditional black-tie route — it’s a fashion-forward statement, Well, fun.
And Redmayne didn’t stop there. When he appeared at the Mill Valley Film Festival in California the previous week, he wore a sharp Gucci suit with exaggerated lapels and a giant velvet bow tie for “70 Inspired by glamour. At the Savannah Film Festival last weekend, he wore a rugged tan Marni suit with a hot red Séfr shirt with an oversized inspired neckline. At the Montclair Film Festival in New Jersey, Also this past weekend, he opted for a more minimalist collarless blazer and tailored pants from Celine with soft pinstripes and a black turtleneck.