The escalated fashion style of The Mandalorian
Currently, the actor Pedro Pascal is starring in the critically acclaimed first season of HBO’s dystopian drama The Last of Us and the sequel of Mandalorian. Meanwhile, he has just started promoting The Mandalorian, a Disney+ Star Wars spinoff series, in its third season. He has been appearing on talk shows, hosting Saturday Night Live, and strolling down many red carpets because of the back-to-back promotion. Forbes stated earlier this week that “peak Pedro Pascal” had been reached. Yet, his most recent fashion choices have made him a household name online.
Icon is not a term that should be used lightly while discussing fashion. A person who has an exceptional sense of personal style and the ability to sway the public with their taste is known as a fashion icon. Unconventional behaviour by a fashion icon is done with confidence. A new fashion icon is unquestionably dominating the industry based on these characteristics. The only source of inspiration I will ever need for my spring and summer wardrobe is Pedro Pascal’s excellent, modern, and sincere sense of style. Everyone, pay attention.
The Mandalorian premier
Pascal summoned the aid of Julie Ragolia, a seasoned editorial and runway stylist who also occasionally dressed cool celebrities like LaKeith Stanfield, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Riz Ahmed, when it came time to switch to Mandalorian press. He donned a pair of billowing red Acne Studios pants and a toffee-brown, open-knit Acne cardigan that was trimmed at the waist and left unbuttoned to reveal a ribbed grey tank underneath the Mandalorian season 3 premiere in London. The following day, he covered a sassy sheer top from the New York label Commission with a shimmering silver foil cardigan from streetwear legend Angelo Urrutia’s 4S Designs line. So far, Pascal has attended premieres for everything from Acne Studios to wearing only Gucci.
Pedro Pascal’s sparkling cardigan or the mesh collared shirt he wore to The Forge experience red carpet in London—both of which were inspired by The Mandalorian—are making me equally as enthusiastic. Pedro Pascal deserves a whole vision board because he has so many fantastic looks to mimic. Below, I’ve already started accumulating my favourite spring items, some of which you can purchase for yourself.
Then, at the Mandalorian premiere in Los Angeles, he kind of went full-on hunky Golden Girl in a head-to-toe Gucci look, wearing a buttery yellow puff-sleeve blouse with a French’s Classic Mustard-toned sweater knotted over his shoulders, as well as loosey-goosey taupe flares and square-framed Andy Wolf glasses. (Those spectacles have been a constant, as have the clunky leather shoes from the French brand Adieu.)
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For the record, Pascal doesn’t really need the assistance because he is a well-liked person who has been receiving largely uninvited internet goodwill (also known as “thirst”) for the past few years. Daddy is a state of mind, you know what I’m saying? Last spring, footage of the actor telling the truth on Vanity Fair’s Lie Detector video series went viral. I’m your daddy,” which went popular on TikTok, has served as the music to other videos of the actor on recent red carpets. (Our British GQ brethren described Pascal as going from “apocalypse daddy to sexy professor” due to his appearance.)
Also, they are the complete antithesis of Pascal’s manly clothing from The Last of Us, which was comprised of tough work clothes and dirty denim. Ragolia believes that these outfits are more about letting Pedro Pascal be Pedro Pascal than they are about going viral. She tells GQ via email, “I work from the gut as a stylist, and I simply wanted to present Pedro’s best self. What seemed right was this.
Well, what can we say, the icon is self-made and let’s agree that he’s doing it in the most effortless way.
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