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Jordan Barrett struts his stuff on the Zadig & Voltaire runway during Paris Fashion Week

The fashion industry’s ‘bad boy’ Jordan Barrett has become a familiar face on the runway at Paris Fashion Week this year. 

And the 22-year-old Australian model did what he does best on Saturday when he modelled the latest looks from French label Zadig & Voltaire at the exclusive fashion event.

Storming down the catwalk during the high-octane event, Jordan wore a grey T-shirt layered beneath a button-up shirt in khaki that exposed a glimpse of his chest.

King of the catwalk! Jordan Barrett has strutted his stuff on in khaki green for the Zadig & Voltaire runway during Paris Fashion Week, on Saturday

The ensemble was teamed with shorts, an embossed belt and a pair of white sneakers.

To complete the outfit he wore a textured leather jacket with rivet detailing on the lapel. 

His deep blond locks were styled in loose waves, contrasting with his razor-sharp chiseled facial features.

Strutting his stuff: Storming down the catwalk during the high-octane event, Jordan wore a grey T-shirt layered beneath a button-up shirt in khaki that exposed a glimpse of his chest

Strutting his stuff: Storming down the catwalk during the high-octane event, Jordan wore a grey T-shirt layered beneath a button-up shirt in khaki that exposed a glimpse of his chest

Slick: His deep blond locks were styled in loose waves, contrasting with his razor-sharp chiseled facial features

Slick: His deep blond locks were styled in loose waves, contrasting with his razor-sharp chiseled facial features

Jordan oozed confidence as he strutted his stuff on the runway with his hands in his pockets.

His catwalk appearance comes after he recently spoke about the gender pay gap in the modelling industry.

Speaking to The Courier Mail, he said ‘It is kind of one of the only industries where women are paid more than men.’

Pay gap: His catwalk appearance comes after he recently spoke about the gender pay gap in the modelling industry. Pictured with fellow model Emily Ratajkowski

Pay gap: His catwalk appearance comes after he recently spoke about the gender pay gap in the modelling industry. Pictured with fellow model Emily Ratajkowski

However, he wasn’t concerned because models’ pay reflects the fact women’s fashion is a much more profitable industry. 

‘Sales in men’s and women’s products are completely different, it is ­obvious and fair that women make more money in modelling,’ he explained.

‘It is basically a women’s ­industry. More women buy makeup, hair products and clothing than men. It is just simply that,’ he said.

'It is basically a women's ­industry':  However, he wasn't concerned because models' pay reflects the fact women's fashion is a much more profitable industry

‘It is basically a women’s ­industry’:  However, he wasn’t concerned because models’ pay reflects the fact women’s fashion is a much more profitable industry

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