Ezra Miller Wears Dresses, Heels, And Giant Pants In ‘Paper’ Magazine

Ezra Miller for “Paper” magazine.
Photo: Courtesy of Paper Magazine

At MTV Style, we love Ezra Miller. Honestly, the unimpeachable adoration we feel toward the Perks of Being a Wallflower star is SO strong, we’re not even sure the word “love” covers all the bases. Not only is he a fantastic actor and Cannes Film Festival’s Chopard Trophy “2012 Male Revelation,” he’s a burgeoning style star which, as you probably well know, is the fastest ticket to our hearts. We’ve told you before about his aversion to first-hand clothing, but that doesn’t mean The Ez is unwilling to get all dolled up for a magazine shoot. This eye-buggingly amazeballs fashion spread in the lastest issue of Paper magazine should be more than enough proof.

Ezra Miller for “Paper” magazine.
Photo: Courtesy of Paper Magazine

Ezra fearlessly dons everything from lilac felt Comme des Garçons that, as Paper writer Matthew Schneider describes them, “look[s] borrowed from the wardrobe of an overweight paper doll.” Schneider also writes of Miller’s glowing excitement about swaddling himself in “the height of fall fashion,” allegedly hissing with anticipation at the racks of women’s clothing like this Anna Sui coat, Chris Benz dress, Creatures of the Wind shirt, and Sonia Rykiel pants. Oh yea, and those patent black heels that a Paper stylist reportedly found in a Hollywood Boulevard drag boutique.

Ezra Miller for “Paper” magazine.
Photo: Courtesy of Paper Magazine

Our favorite look from the shoot, though, is hands down this Alexander Wang coat-and-turtleneck combo. The look debuted at the Alexander Wang Fall 2012 runway show on one-time House of Style host supermodel Shalom Harlow. It was a vision that, alone, had proven so far to be difficult to forget, but coupling that with this image of Ezra, hair rolled, gloves on, heels high, and rugby-striped Burberry umbrella in hand, rippling pectorals peeking through the netting *sops drool up with paper towel*, renders the outfit, in our book at least, iconic.

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