Jonah Hill recently revealed that his next project will have something to do with fashion. The Mid90s director and GQ Man of the Year was speaking at the GQ LIVE event in Los Angeles late last week alongside moderator Zach Baron and cast members from his directorial debut (including Na-Kel Smith and Sunny Suljic).

Speaking to Baron, Hill said, “All I will say is my next endeavor is in clothing.” The part-time actor-director and full-time style god also touched upon his press tour outfits, saying, “It's nice to have a similar outfit on press tours so you always know what you're wearing and don't have to plan out, like, thousands of outfits.”

Over the years, Hill has become a style icon in the streetwear world, his ascension to the streetwear throne culminating in an official partnership with London's Palace Skateboards, for which he has starred in a number of commercials and teaser videos.

Stay tuned for updates on Hill’s new clothing endeavor. For more on the panel discussion, head to GQ’s story here.

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