In an interview with The Sunday Times, the 28-year-old male model said his morning runs around Brockley Park in South London gave him time to think about his day and "take style tips from everything, even kids to homeless people."
"They can pull anything together and it just works,” he said.
After the interview was released, Twitter users had quite a few things to say on the subject - and most of them involved Zoolander jokes, as people were quick to point out that Hall's style tips beared an uncanny resemblance to the film's character Mugatu and his Derelicte fashion line, described as:
"A fashion, a way of life inspired by the very homeless, the vagrants, the crack whores that make this wonderful city so unique."
Style tips from homeless people:
Poor physical health
Mental health problems
Unemployment pic.twitter.com/w47m8WPNVB— Jess (@neverjessie) June 14, 2015
I used to want an end to homelessness but, if that happened, where would #RickiHall get his style tips from?— Declan Smith (@DexySmiths) June 14, 2015
'I take style tips from homeless people'
Ricki Hall is actual Mugatu.— Fiona Day (@fiona_day) June 14, 2015
Fashion Fact : #RickiHall gets baffled by reflections, thinking he has a twin— HCKYTMPR (@CATHDISCBTON) June 14, 2015
Are we absolutely sure I haven't made Ricki Hall up as a joke? pic.twitter.com/bR7z4v0PKc— Joe. (@JoeMConnolly) June 14, 2015
Model Ricki Hall - IQ of a a real live Zoolander, can Derelicte my balls https://t.co/ZLhZ8ah4hd— David Galbraith (@daveg) June 14, 2015
Hall responded to a few of the negative Tweets claiming: "Haha I've been misquoted a few times in the Sunday Times interview. It happens dude."
Since being scouted outside Topman on Oxford Street five years ago, the former mechanic has quickly shot to fashion fame - helped along by his relationship with Kelly Osbourne and that H&M Super Bowl ad alongside David Beckham.
Haha I've been misquoted a few times in the Sunday Times interview. It happens dude 👻 https://t.co/TIRC9LepHy— Ricki Hall (@RickiSamHall) June 14, 2015
It seems some Twitter users also had an issue with Hall specifying that he sprays himself with Lynx Africa after a shower, with many joking that they hadn't used the Lynx brand since they were teenagers.
Never mind Ricki Hall's questionable sartorial advice. I'm still shocked someone over 14 wears Lynx Africa.— Roscoe Waffles (@roscoewaffles) June 14, 2015
The model then took to Twitter to set the record straight again, writing: "Haha I don't know where that come from. I haven't used Lynx Africa since I was 12."
Have you ever wondered if there was more to life, other than being really, really, ridiculously good looking?