Glen Powell at “Hit Man” Premiere – Austin

On this hot Summer Monday, please analyze with us what American actor Glen Powell wore to the “Hit Man” premiere in Austin, Texas.

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Stylist: Warren Alfie Baker
Outfit: Tom Ford
Hairstylist/Groomer: Tim Dueñas
Shoes: Tom Ford
Sunglasses: Moscot
Jewelry: David Yurman

We’d like to introduce you to a new entry on the website, the Austin native Glen Powell.

For the Texan premiere of his latest project “Hit Man“, Powell was seen wearing a beige/cream Tom Ford single breasted peaked lapel jacket with matching slim pants paired with a dark brown classy Tom Ford Polka-dot shirt made from lyocell with a pointed collar and mother-of-pearl buttoned placket.

He complemented his ensemble with a pair of porcelain Tom Ford Printed Croc Bailey Chelsea leather boots with a beveled squared toe shape, a David Yurman gold necklace (not visible – but we do recognize the chain) plus Moscot Miltzen sunglasses with black frames and ‘Amber‘ lenses.

His haircut and grooming were courtesy of Tim Dueñas, who opted for a soft comb over hairdo while the actor’s skin was kept luminous and hydrated. The little scruff Glen had going on gave a little edge to the look, even though we are sure his smile made people feel otherwise.

The “Anyone but You” actor was styled by Warren Alfie Baker, whose signature dressing style is very evident in this look: a good tailored jacket, well chosen fabrics and subdued elegance.

Powell has made no secret of his admiration for the famed celebrity stylist, who’s clearly on the same wavelength–Glen supports Warren‘s entrepreneurial endeavors whenever he can, a further proof that their friendship transcends their work relationship.


Hit Man is a 2023 American romantic black comedy film produced and directed by Richard Linklater, who co-wrote the screenplay with Glen Powell.

The film follows an undercover New Orleans police contractor who poses as a reliable hitman as he tries to save a woman in need.

The basic premise was based on the true story of a college professor who worked for the Houston police in the late 1980s and 1990s as a fake hitman, as described in a 2001 magazine article by Skip Hollandsworth.

Glen Powell stars as Gary Johnson, an undercover mole.

@accesshollywood But Glen is so fetch 😭 #GlenPowell arrives at the premiere of #HitMan ♬ 360 on a hello kitty boombox – stephen
@fenixnests Glen Powell talks about the amazing full circle moment he is experiencing with #HitMan @Netflix ♬ original sound – Kevin Fenix
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