Back in 2018, while promoting his film Mid90s, Jonah Hill adopted a sort of uniform. He was juggling interviews and screenings and meetings upon meetings, so he decided to reduce what had been, to that point, a celebrity closet without compare. Away went the Patagonia Baggies and tie-dye tees and Palace logos that had turned him into an unlikely, delightful street style star. In came by sober, adult, sharply-cut pieces in various shades of black. This was a basic sanity thing: “I didn’t have the real estate in my brain,” he explains, to dress like a maniac and get all his work done. Two years later, he’s got plenty of real estate—and more than that, he’s building, with the release this weekend of Jonah-designed sneakers and clothing, produced through his partnership with Adidas. The shoes are a take on his beloved Sambas; the clothes a variation on the shorts-and-puffer outfit he turned into a paparazzi staple. And color is back in Jonahworld: everything comes in one of three rich jewel tones. That’s not to say he’s done directing—we speak on the first day of production of his new film, a documentary for Netflix about psychotherapy. Read more at GQ.