So sad and scary.
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Oh Cato, you ruthless Hunger Games killer!!
In the latest batch of ads, Alexander Ludwig literally slays us with his good looks whilst cuddling a fluffy doggie and striking a variety of other sexellent poses.
His abs, pecs, biceps, and general stature is unreal!! And the black and white frames give him that timeless appeal.
Now if only WE could take the place of that precious pup!
Check out more of Alexander's campaign (below)!!!
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Welp, this isn’t new!
Slimane Laoufi, a member of France's human right watchdog group Defender of Rights, has launched an official investigation into Aber's unfair hiring practices after noticing the Champs-Elysees flagship store for only employing good looking people.
In a statement about the investigation, a rep for the group explained that Abercrombie & Fitch seems:
Abercrombie & Fitch just keeps digging a grave for itself!
Just as people were starting to forget about the whole no-plus-sizes fiasco, the retailer has made sure it's back in the news again!
This time the brand has managed to offend one of the largest, most powerful fandoms in the world — Taylor Swift's stanbase!
After producing a t-shirt with "#more boyfriends than t.s." (RUDE!!!) emblazoned across the front, A&F corporate headquarters received SO MANY complaints they
Well, THIS will put a smile back on your face!
Ellen DeGeneres HIGHlariously takes Mike Jeffries to task for his abhorrent remarks regarding plus-sized people who aren't "cool" enough to wear anything with the moose logo.
Watch the clip (above) to hear what Ellen has to say about A&F's marketing tactics!
Oh, Ellen, you're the BESTEST!
What do you do when that stupid thing you said gets circulated all over the Internet?
Release a (sort of) apology statement!
Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries' remarks about not wanting overweight people to wear his company's clothes have gone viral, and prompted a young man to rebrand the retailer by donating thrifted Abercrombie duds to homeless people.
Naturally, the PR firm that represents the brand had to come up with an attempt at damage control –and here it is!
Abercrombie & Fitch just lost three more customers!
The actress said:
"Abercrombie clothes are for people who are cool and look a certain way and are beautiful and are thin' and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. That would make me never buy anything from Abercrombie… I’ve got two kids in that bracket, but they will never walk in those doors because of his view of people — forget women, his view of just people."
You go, girl!
We're sure your 18 and 20-year-old's money will be better spent at inclusive retailers anyway!
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Abercrombie & Fitch may want to rethink some of its exclusionary policies.
After hearing the company's CEO Mike Jeffries' remarks about how he doesn't want any overweight people wearing A&F clothing, a USC grad named Greg Karber decided to take action.
In an attempt to subvert the brand's preppy, all-American image, Greg purchased some used Abercrombie pieces from Goodwill and proceeded to hand them out to the homeless in El Lay's Skid Row.
Not only was Greg responding to the CEO's remarks about overweight customers, but also