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Jonah Hill Reflects On His Personal Style With GQ & Says ‘Clothes Aren’t Made For People Who Are Overweight To Have Style’

Jonah Hill is reflecting in a new interview with GQ, and opening up about how he feels about the fashion industry’s failure to cater towards bigger bodies.

While chatting about teaming up with Adidas and his documentary, Mid90s, the 36-year-old actor looked back at how his style was limited in years past because of his size.

“I think the biggest shift in my personal style was that I always had an interest in personal style and fashion, but I was always a bigger guy,” Jonah explained. “It’s really hard when you’re overweight to dress a certain way, because clothes aren’t made for people who are overweight to have style.”

He goes on, “I think it surprises people. Even now, I’ll overhear someone discussing my place in the fashion world or whatever, and people are like, ‘That guy? The schlubby guy from Superbad?’”

Jonah continued, and hopes to

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Mona May Rewrote ‘90s Fashion. 25 Years Later, We’re Still Wearing Her Clothes.

Photo credit: ©Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection - Everett
Photo credit: ©Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection – Everett

From ELLE

Clueless is officially 25 years old. Though it’s hard to process that milestone, the cult favorite has adapted with each passing year, finding its way onto streaming sites and into social media conversations and countless homages, from celeb Halloween costumes to the recent Baby-Sitters Club reboot. Now available on Netflix, Clueless—starring Alicia Silverstone and quotable one-liners like “I’m totally buggin’!” and “As if!”—has reached legend status, immortalizing Cher, Dionne (Stacey Dash), and the kids of Beverly Hills in the annals of film iconography.

Two and a half decades later, the fashion still reigns supreme. Polish costume designer Mona May is the mastermind behind Cher’s red Alaïa dress, plaid suits, and 60 (!!) costume changes. “So many of the outfits are still so wearable,” May tells ELLE.com over the phone. “You could go to Saks and Neiman and it’s

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