Well, now the chain is set to rethink how it does things, with "sexualised marketing" and those topless "greeters" due to be axed. It will also be making changes to its much criticised recruitment policies, reports the Daily Mail.
Whilst it is unclear as to whether or not the directive will be initiated in the company's British shops yet, Abercrombie & Fitch has faced a barrage of negative publicity over the years, thanks to a number of lawsuits. Alongside an investigation by France´s human rights watchdog following claims that the retailer hires employees based solely on their appearance.
The most recent case was brought against the company by a former employee related to unpaid overtime.