Photo credits: Jamie McCarthy/WireImage
Photo credits: Jamie McCarthy/WireImage

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Stylist: Warren Alfie Baker
Outfit: California Arts & Recreation Board
Groomer: Ruth Fernandez
Shoes: Jimmy Choo

Some weeks ago I came across Finn Wolfhard attending the New York premiere of the new animated movie “Pinocchio” and I thought his styling was so clever and thought-out that I had to write about it.

On the red carpet Wolfhard showed up in a chic taupe California Arts & Recreation BoardSunset’ oversized blazer featuring strong shoulders and a long boxy cut paired with matching ‘Dume‘ wide-leg ultra-pleated pants from the same brand.

To add to the relaxed feel, he also wore a cotton ‘Del Rey‘ Oversized shirt in the shade ‘Cognac‘, which was also part of the selection of the aforementioned brand.

To complete the look, he chose a pair of black Jimmy Choo loafers with an intrecciato pattern on the vamp. Other parts of his outfit were sadly not identifiable.

Important note: the brand California Arts & Recreation Board favors natural and biodegradable materials over micro-plastic blends. Their aim is to transition to 100% organic certified cotton and plant-based vegan leathers without compromising on accessibility.

Groomer and makeup artist Ruth Fernandez gave her Instagram followers little hints about the products she used to style the actor’s coif and to keep his alabaster skin flawless–here they are: Living Proof, Bioderma, Clé de Peau Beauté, Kiehl’s and FHI Heat hair tools.

You may know by now that stylist Warren Alfie Baker is responsible for the style of a lot of the best dressed men in Hollywood, and this time he said it himself, he went for a “90’s relaxed suit vibe” which was a breath of fresh hair from Finn‘s all-black YSL ensembles we are used to.

I liked the fact that the stylist played with the wooden, chocolate and brown tones of the animated movie, a wise move.


Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio (or simply Pinocchio) is a 2022 stop-motion animated musical dark fantasy film directed by Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson, with a screenplay by del Toro and Patrick McHale from a story by del Toro and Matthew Robbins.

Loosely based on the 1883 Italian novel The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi, and strongly influenced by Gris Grimly‘s illustrations for a 2002 edition of the book, it reimagines the story of Pinocchio, a wooden puppet who comes to life as the son of his carver Geppetto.

It is set in Fascist Italy during the interwar period and World War II.

Finn Wolfhard voices the character of Candlewick, the Podestà‘s son, who bullies Pinocchio before befriending him.

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