HARRIS: You started in a place of being alienated from wanting to be the Jordan we see now.
ROTH: Correct, because of this erroneous belief that vanity, frivolity, and silliness are antithetical to scholarship and business. “Real things that real people do.”
HARRIS: [Laughs] Exactly.
ROTH: The process is not to say, “I can be both,” it’s to reject that there is a dichotomy here. Dressing with intention, rigor, joy, and scale is thinking, creating, and managing intention with rigor, joy and scale.
By Jeremy O. Harris
Photographed by Daniel Arnold
Styled by Michael Philouze