For good reason, there has never been a style to dress like a homeless person – unless you’re a student. It probably has a lot to do with brands not wanting to associate themselves with looking like the homeless, though many will make efforts to donate to homeless shelters & charities.
Abercrombie & Fitch do not only want to be associated with homeless people, but also fat people, ugly people or even the slightly overweight person. They even burn their clothes instead of donating them so that only their most loyal, affluent customers can dress head-to-toe in A&F.
One man has taken it upon himself to find all the A&F clothes he can in charity shops, and go and donate them to the homeless. He wants A&F to become the style of the homeless. He has the below video which he wants to inspire others to do the same, and hopefully spread his campaign, #FitchTheHomeless