They may not be an actual couple, but in terms of a red carpet pairing they don’t get much better than this. We’re talking about The Theory of Everything co-stars Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones, two British actors currently flaunting some serious style credentials. Both members of the Burberry alumni, Felicity has also been a face of Dolce and Gabbana, while Eddie just landed the number one slot on GQ’s Best Dressed list.
They’re already boasting two pretty impressive CVs, but we’re particularly fond of their recent sartorial choices while promoting their new film. Eddie’s tipped for an Oscar for his role as Stephen Hawking, but we’re currently more concerned with his ability to pull off some super sharp tailoring. From Gucci, Tom Ford and Kenzo to British designers like Hardy Amies, McQueen and Burbs (natch), Eddie has been flaunting a dapper repertoire of slick suits and timeless dinner jackets. Plus, he often expertly co-ordinates with his red carpet partner (whether this be his actual wife, Hannah, or his fashion partner-in-crime, Felicity), incoporating small details, such as a hint of colour, that we really enjoy.
As for Felicity, it’s safe to say that she’s the proud owner of our dream wardrobe. It seems there is nothing this girl doesn’t look good in, from black lace Elie Saab gowns and dramatic Dior couture creations, to Carven’s ’60s mini dresses and Christopher Kane’s impeccably sculptured frocks. We’ve also regularly spotted her in fashion heavyweights such as-deep breath- Gucci, Prada, Fendi, J.W Anderson, Balenciaga, Prabal Gurung, Erdem and Jonathan Saunders. That’s right, girl’s got game.
Because we’ve been admiring them for what feels like so long now, we’ve decided to bring you some of our favourite outfits from the dreamy duo. Think of it as hump day inspiration, because we definitely need some. And then, when you’ve finished gazing wistfully as these flawless looks, click here to watch the trailer for The Theory of Everything. Get ready for awards season- just think of the outfits!
By Hannah Banks-Walker