He’s the Australian male model who is often seen living the high life.
But Jordan Barrett cut a low-key figure while out with pal Alana O’Herlihy in downtown Manhattan, New York on Sunday.
The 22-year-old sported a khaki T-shirt, baggy grey sweatpants and white Puma sneakers, and puffed on an unhealthy cigarette.
He’s smokin’! Male ‘It’ model Jordan Barrett, 22, cut a casual figure and puffed on a cigarette, as he enjoyed a day out with pal Alana O’Herlihy, in New York on Sunday
Jordan appeared relaxed and at ease as he hailed down a taxi in New York.
The IMG model let his blonde locks fall loosely around his face and listened to music on his iPhone.
Accompanied by artist pal Alana O’Herlihy, the brunette cut a casual chic figure in a patterned white frock, teamed with a pink dress shirt tied at the waist and beige sandals.
Alana accessorised with narrow-frame sunglasses, gold hoop earrings and a metallic blue handbag, and enjoyed what appeared to be a cold brew coffee.
Low-key: The Byron Bay native sported a khaki T-shirt, baggy grey sweatpants and white Puma sneakers
The sighting comes two weeks after Jordan spoke out about the gender pay disparity in modelling.
Jordan reportedly received a paycheck of $100k for Justin Cassin’s Mercedes-Benz Australian Fashion Week show back in May.
The Byron Bay native told the Courier Mail earlier this month: ‘It is kind of one of the only industries where women are paid more than men.’
Jordan went on to say he believed the pay disparity was ‘a good thing and fair’.
Jordan, who counts fellow models Bella Hadid and Hailey Baldwin as friends, explained his stance: ‘Sales in men’s and women’s products is completely different, it is so obvious and fair that women make more money in modelling.’
Stellar rise: Jordan was discovered at age 14 by a model scout working for international agency IMG
‘It is basically a women’s industry. More women buy make-up, hair products and clothing than men, it is just simply that. Guys aren’t generally out there buying tonnes of hair products. Girls buy more clothes than guys.’
Jordan was discovered at age 14 by a model scout working for international agency IMG.
The chance meeting took place when he was caught stealing matches from a convenience store.
Jordan previously told New York Magazine about the incident: ‘I wanted to have a cigarette, but I couldn’t get a lighter because apparently you have to be over 18, so I decided I was gonna take matches from the counter.’
Chance encounter: The chance meeting took place when he was caught stealing matches from a convenience store