Models hired to work on Michael Jeffries private jet must conform to 'aircraft standards' manual, according to extraordinary claims made by former pilot in lawsuit.

This article titled “Abercrombie & Fitch boss’s jet rules: wear flip-flops and play Phil Collins” was written by Rupert Neate, for The Guardian on Thursday 18th October 2012 20.01 UTC

The boss of Abercrombie & Fitch requires male models who work as stewards aboard his private jet to wear boxer briefs, flip-flops and a “spritz” of the retailer’s own brand aftershave, it has been claimed in a US court case.

According to an “aircraft standards” manual, male flight crew are told to present themselves clean shaven in a uniform of Abercrombie polo shirts, boxer briefs, jeans, flip-flops and gloves (black for when handling silverware and white for laying the table) while working on Abercrombie chief executive Michael Jeffries’ executive jet.

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