Model Jordan Barrett out at lunch with a female friend in London 

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He’s one of the most in-demand models in the world.

And on Friday, Jordan Barrett showed off his genetically blessed looks while out at lunch with a female friend in London‘s trendy Notting Hill. 

The 23-year-old, who dressed casually for the outing, drew attention to his shaggy locks and striking facial features. 

Off-duty model: Jordan Barrett (pictured), 23, showed off his signature good looks while out at lunch with a female friend in London's Notting Hill on Friday

Off-duty model: Jordan Barrett (pictured), 23, showed off his signature good looks while out at lunch with a female friend in London’s Notting Hill on Friday 

Jordan opted for an all-black ensemble, consisting of a black hooded jacket, casual trousers, socks and Birkenstock slides.  

His signature shaggy locks framed his face, and he added touches of bling in the form of a bracelet and statement rings on his fingers.

Jordan enjoyed a bite to eat at a trendy Pan-Asian restaurant in the area, and caught up with a brunette pal, who looked to have brought her child along.

Chow down: Jordan drew attention to his shaggy locks and striking facial features while enjoying a bite to eat at a trendy Pan-Asian eatery in the area

Chow down: Jordan drew attention to his shaggy locks and striking facial features while enjoying a bite to eat at a trendy Pan-Asian eatery in the area 

Casual: The Australian-born star, who is now based predominately in the United States, dressed for the occasion in an all-black ensemble

Casual: The Australian-born star, who is now based predominately in the United States, dressed for the occasion in an all-black ensemble 

The pair engaged in friendly banter, and were later spotted strolling the streets.

Jordan was discovered at age 14 by a model scout working for the agency IMG.

The chance meeting took place when he was caught stealing matches from a convenience store in Byron Bay, Australia.

Jordan previously told New York Magazine of the incident: ‘I wanted to have a cigarette, but I couldn’t get a lighter because apparently you have to be over 18, so I decided I was gonna take matches from the counter.’  

Effortless style: He added touches of bling in the form of a gold bracelet and statement rings on his fingers

Effortless style: He added touches of bling in the form of a gold bracelet and statement rings on his fingers

Comfy: Jordan wore a black hooded sweater, teamed with casual trousers, socks and Birkenstock slides

Comfy: Jordan wore a black hooded sweater, teamed with casual trousers, socks and Birkenstock slides 

Chit-chat: Jordan engaged in friendly banter with his pal

Staying connected: He looked to have taken a call on his iPhone

Out and about: Jordan, who balances modelling with philanthropy, engaged in friendly banter while strolling the streets with his female pal 

The Australian-born star, who is now based predominantly in the United States, balances modelling with philanthropy.

Jordan recently appeared in a new campaign clip for the Lion Recovery Fund.

The Lion Recovery Fund aims to support conservation groups in Africa and offer financial aid to help save the kings of the jungle. 

It was created by the Wildlife Conservation Network in partnership with The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation. 

The future's bright: Jordan was discovered at age 14 by a model scout

Who would have thought: The chance meeting took place when he was caught stealing matches from a convenience store in Byron Bay, Australia

Chance encounter: Jordan was discovered at age 14 by a model scout working for the agency IMG 

Latest campaign: Jordan recently appeared in a new campaign clip for the Lion Recovery Fund. The Lion Recovery Fund aims to support conservation groups in Africa and offer financial aid to help save the kings of the jungle

Latest campaign: Jordan recently appeared in a new campaign clip for the Lion Recovery Fund. The Lion Recovery Fund aims to support conservation groups in Africa and offer financial aid to help save the kings of the jungle 

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