Wednesday 18 October 2017

Hunks undress to impress at new clothes store

Bairbre Power Fashion Editor

TONED, tanned and the centre of attention.

Two Irish hunks have stepped out as part of the Abercrombie & Fitch (A&F) 50 'Hot Guys' squad, in Dublin to promote the American fashion store, which opens on College Green next Thursday, November 1.

It was six-pack central outside the former Habitat store as the 50 'ripped' males with enviable pecs lined out on the pavement and across two balconies of the historic bank building facing the former Irish Parliament house.

"This is like Christmas," declared one smitten schoolgirl as she gazed up at the bare-chested guys in their red jackets before grabbing one for a photo. 'Xpose' star Kirsteen O'Sullivan wasn't complaining about working conditions as the hotties held her aloft as she filed her report to camera.

It was first names only as we met the Hot Guys, who will be lining out in front of the giant store for the next few days.

Tullamore student David was sitting in St Stephen's Green when he was approached to work for the American store.

An engineering student at UCD, he got his enviable physique from rowing, the same sport pursued by Queens student Philip.

"I was at the Horse Show when I was approached by Abercrombie & Fitch guys about working for them," said Philip, who comes from Banbridge and will be one of the 'greeters' meeting customers on opening day.

Apart from their red 'weather warrior' jackets (€120), the hotties wore very little else apart from A&F skinny jeans (€88) and leather flip-flops (€60).

More than 300 staff have been recruited for the Irish store, which is A&F's 16th international store.

Irish Independent

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