The impossibly good-looking crew working Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Michael Jeffries’s jet were forced to follow the strictest of dress codes, right down to the style of their underwear, according to a manual disclosed in an age-discrimination lawsuit filed by a former pilot. Jeffries reportedly required the actors and models working his aircraft to be clean-shaven males wearing Abercrombie jeans, polo shirt, boxer briefs, flip-flops, and a spritz of Abercrombie cologne. Other unusual demands: The song “Take Me Home” had to play when passengers entered the cabin for return flights, black gloves were to be worn while handling silverware, and white gloves were to be worn when setting the table. Unsurprisingly, Bloomberg reports that Jeffries’s management style is being questioned by his staff.
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