Pedro Pascal at “The Mandalorian” Season 3 Premiere – LA

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Stylist: Julie Ragolia
Outfit: Gucci
Tailor: Dominique Jernigan x 7thBoneTailoring
Groomer: Mira Chai Hyde
Glasses: Andy Wolf
Shoes: Adieu

Writing and talking about Pedro Pascal always puts a smile on our face. The day could have literally gone sideways but he always knows how to make up for it.

Recently he attended “The Mandalorian” Season 3 special launch event at El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, so we thought you might want to read about it too, in case you missed it.

For the special event, Pascal donned a light yellow Gucci HA HA HA silk crêpe shirt with point collar, long sleeves and button-through cuffs, with a mustard yellow Gucci cashmere-knit horsebit crew neck jumper, loosely tied around his neck.

He paired the look with what seemed to be a pair of light brown Gucci Wool Gabardine Cropped Trousers featuring a cropped cut wide leg with turned-up hem and front ironed pleat. The pants also had a concealed front closure with zip and hooks, plus an additional button fastening (not visible in the picture above).

Pedro accessorized the look with Andy Wolf4590‘ handmade light Havana acetate glasses and black Adieu ‘Type 124’ lace-up loafers in polished leather, with injected rubber sole.

As it often happens, his groomer and friend Mira Chai put in the work when it came to get him ready, indeed the actor looked glowy and his hair expertly coiffed.

Here are some brands Mira used for his skin prep, makeup and hair: Beau D., Dior Beauty, Glossier, Jaxon Lane, Tom Ford Beauty, House of Skuff plus tools by Artís and Zen Master Scissors.

This time, Pascal worked in tandem with stylist Julie Ragolia. We could clearly see a more playful approach to his styling, the layering of tones but the overall cohesiveness of the look. Loved the casual feel to it, almost giving the idea of a protective father figure, mirroring his character in the series.

Some of his fans also mentioned that they knew he’d look great in yellow since his days as Oberyn Martell in “Game of Thrones“.

Pedro Pascal as Oberyn Martell

They were kinda right, weren’t they?


The Mandalorian is an American space Western television series created by Jon Favreau for the streaming service Disney+. It is the first live-action series in the Star Wars franchise, beginning five years after the events of Return of the Jedi (1983).

It stars Pedro Pascal as Din Djarin the title character, a lone bounty hunter.

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