Eddie Redmayne cuts a dapper figure as he leads Fantastic Beasts stars at photo call ahead of movie release

He plays magizoologist Newt Scamander in the upcoming J.K. Rowling series, Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them.

And Eddie Redmayne still had nature on his mind as he attended a photo call for his new movie in New York City on Sunday.

Looking every inch the dapper English gentleman, the 34-year-old actor wore a crisp button-up beneath a blue sweater embroidered with red insects.  

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Camera-ready: Eddie Redmayne attended a photo call in New York City for his upcoming film Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them on Sunday

Emulate Eddie in an embroidered jumper by Gucci

Eddie Redmayne is one very dapper chap.

So far whilst doing the rounds to promote Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, we've spotted him in a leather biker jacket from AllSaints and one of Bella Freud's iconic dog print sweaters. But check out the navy jumper the Oscar winner wore at a photo call in New York!

It's by Gucci and we love the red star and bee embroidery, the latter being something of a signature of Creative Director Alessandro Michele. The lightweight knit makes it perfect for layering over a shirt à la Eddie, plus it's an easy way to add a whimsical touch to your wardrobe.

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The Oscar-winning star seemed happy and relaxed as he chatted away, even enjoying a cup of tea as he chatted about his latest film offering. 

Resting his left arm on a table, he flashed his silver Omega watch with black leather wrist band - a go-to piece that he's worn frequently since the Rio 2016 Olympics, which he attended as an ambassador for the luxury watchmaker.  

Eddie's co-star Katherine Waterston, who portrays the down-to-earth and grounded witch Porpentina 'Tina' Goldstein, wore a sleeveless black dress.

Back to black: Katherine Waterston, who portrays the down-to-earth and grounded witch Porpentina 'Tina' Goldstein, wore a sleeveless black dress

Standing tall: The 36-year-old actress - who rose to fame in the 2007 film Michael Clayton - added height to her frame with a pair of pointy black stilettos with metallic silver toe-caps

Radiant: Katherine scraped her hair away from her face, helping showcase her naturally clear complexion 

The star's thigh-skimming dress featured a high neckline which, coupled with her stellar posture, gave her a regal quality.

The 36-year-old actress - who rose to fame in the 2007 film Michael Clayton - added height to her frame with a pair of pointy black stilettos with metallic silver toe-caps.

Katherine scraped her hair away from her face, helping showcase her clear complexion to perfection.

Bugging out: Looking every inch the dapper English gentleman, the 34-year-old actor wore a crisp button-up beneath a blue sweater embroidered with red insects 

Casual: Low-maintenance Eddie slipped into a pair of grey skinny jeans and lace-up trainers, making for a and looked boyish and charming look 

Well-rested: Eddie looked like he had enjoyed a good night's sleep, despite his busy promotional schedule and his responsibilities as the father of five-month-old Iris

Irish actor Colin Farrell also attended the photocall.

He opted for a monochrome ensemble consisting of black skinny jeans, a grey top and a black blazer, which he wore open.

In the film, Colin plays Percival Graves, Director Of Magical Security at the Magical Congress of the United States of America (MACUSA), who is tasked with finding Eddie's character Newt.

Authority figure: Irish actor Colin Farrell plays Percival Graves, Director Of Magical Security at the Magical Congress of the United States of America (MACUSA)

Low-key: The actor attended the phto call in a monochrome ensemble, consisting of black skinny jeans, a grey top and a black blazer

Speaking of his character during a recent Facebook Live event, Colin said: 'I don't know how I identified with him, but he - I would like to think that I have some kind of version of my own sense of justice and injustice.

'I think that's what Graves really carries with him. I think his job is to uphold the safety, first and foremost, of the Wizarding world.' 

Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them hits screens on November 17. 

Common ground: In a recent Facebook Live chat, the Dublin-born star said that he relates to his character because he has his own 'sense of justice and injustice'

Man with a mission: 'I think his job is to uphold the safety, first and foremost, of the Wizarding world,' he said

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