Abercrombie & Fitch News Archive
My oh my!!
Anyone else affected by those cheekbones?? LOLz!
The Arrow star is featured in The Making Of A Star campaign, alongside a bevy of other teen celebs, though none captured our attention as well as he did!
It’s probz because of his sultry, come-hither eyes and fantastic posing. And even with all those clothes on, our knees still go weak.
Of course we wouldn’t mind seeing a couple less layers!
We kid, we kid! Colton looks AH-Maze as is!
Ch-ch-check out a glimpse of the campaign in the gallery (below)!
[Image via Bruce Weber/Abercrombie & Fitch.]
The peeps at Abercrombie announced that despite a letter from investors urging Mike Jeffries to step down, they have extended his contract through February 2015.
We hope that this contract extension comes with some sensitivity training! Lots of it!
The new contract includes a $1.5 million salary, up to $6 million in target incentives, up to $4.5 million in bonuses, and use of the company's $200,000 private jet.
How nice for him.
But, really, give some thought to that sensitivity training, Abercrombie!
[Image via AP Images.]
It's been a less-than-stellar year for Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries.
Apparently, that still wasn't enough to bring customers back, so now the brand's investors have called for Jeffries to resign!
In a letter to the company, investor Engaged Capital wrote:
In today's shocking yet awesome news, Abercrombie & Fitch has reportedly made plans to stock larger sizes!
You may recall the brouhaha that resulted back in May when CEO Mike Jeffries was quoted as saying that he only wants "good-looking people in our stores," which presumably does not include any woman who wears anything over a pant size 10 and a top size large, since they don't stock any size above that.
But now, reports indicate that dwindling sales have forced the company to be more inclusive, like competitors H&M and American Eagle!
Leslee Herro, the company's head of planning and allocation, said:
Except their version was far less clothed!!
Watch Abercrombie’s exceptionally seXXXy male models dance around to the odd catchy tune (above)!
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)!!!
[Image via Abercrombie & Fitch.]
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: