The changing face of Abercrombie & Fitch

Former CEO of Abercrombie & Fitch Mike Jeffries was all about keeping the image of his stores young. He himself, now 70, went to the gym most mornings, dyed his hair blond, wore flip flops and several times underwent plastic surgery. But now, more than a month after it was announced that Jeffries would step down, the company wonders how it will find a new leader that exudes the persona of the company as Jeffries did. Or will the once on-top, now struggling teen retailer finally revamp its image? Story

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