An iconic Moncler puffer dress worn by actor Ezra Miller to the world premiere of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald has sold out online.
Miller caused a stir on social media when he donned the floor-length Moncler puffer outfit, created in collaboration with designer Pierpaolo Piccioli, to the film event on November 8 in Paris, France.
Twitter users were quick to compare Miller’s puffer dress from everything from a Darlek to a “human sex toy.”
Now, Moncler’s £2,415 ‘Isadora’ beige-coloured puffer dress has sold out online.
Other versions of the dress, in royal blue and pink, have also sold out.
However, there are only one each left of the light blue and burgundy garments before they also sell out.
Social media users compare Miller’s Moncler look to “human sex toy”
Some Twitter users said Miller’s suggestive costume looked like a giant sex toy.
“Ezra Miller, the human sex toy,” one person wrote.
Another said: “Seriously guys, isn’t Ezra Miller taking safe sex to the extreme? #FantasticBeasts.”
Other Twitter users said Miller looked like a huge Dalek from Doctor Who.
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“Ezra Miller went wild with that Dalek cosplay,” one Twitter user wrote.
And another exclaimed: “Cast Ezra Miller as an inflatable Dalek or something on #DoctorWho immediately.”
Miller promised last month that Albus Dumbledore’s sexuality would be shown in the new movie.
He said: “I find Dumbledore’s queerness extremely explicit in this film. I mean, all around.”
Miller is well known for his dazzling costumes, and attended the UK premiere of the second Fantastic Beasts film dressed as Hedwig.
Ezra Miller: I was attacked for my outfit choices
Earlier this year, he went to a Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald panel event in a pink outfit, complete with a giant mushroom head.
In an interview with ES Magazine on November 8, Miller revealed that he has been attacked for his choice of clothing.
“I was repeatedly assaulted as a young teenager, for being weird and gender ambiguous. They couldn’t figure out if I was a boy or a girl, and they thought that was hilarious and also despicable,” he said.
He continued: “I’ve been physically attacked in public for wearing short floral overalls.”