Super Sexy Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries Really Hates Non-Sexy People
Personally, when I think Haute Couture, the first image that pops into my mind is a pair of Abercrombie & Fitch cargo shorts. Or maybe the smell of that super intense cologne they spray at you every time you walk by on of their storefronts – you know what I’m talking about. Is that to distract me from that one time A&F thought it would be a good idea to try and sell kid-sized thong underwear? Or maybe it’s all part of their elaborate marketing plan to convince me that a parade of shirtless hunks will greet me upon entrance?
A&F is doing something right, because I’m very concerned about how fat I look when I hit the beach in my board shorts. I say this because A&F CEO Mike Jeffries has created a luxury brand to represent all the sexy thoughts you could ever think. To ensure maximum sexiness, Jefferies wants to make sure no uggos are allowed to work in his stores, or even wear his clothing.
This has been a hot topic of debate on the interweb for some time, with reactions ranging from, “This hella ugly dude has no room to hate on other ugly people,” to, “Let’s stop throwing around all these mean standards of beauty” to, “Down with capitalist enterprise! Smash the state!” No matter what your thoughts, I think it’s important to point out that in situations like this, the internet will always do what the internet does best:
What do you think? Do you agree with Mike Jeffries, or are you too sexy for A&F?